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James Ellis – The Daddy of 1095miles.com, finished September 2010
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Andy Ratcliffe – The Second 1095 Miler, finished September, 2011
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Steve Morris – The Third 1095 Miler, finished in September, 2012
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Aoife Gilmartin – The Fourth 1095 Miler, finished in July 2013
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David Whitehead – The Fifth 1095 Miler, finished in July 2013
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Amanda Gosek – The Sixth 1095 Miler, finished in July 2013 – and took on a second year of running
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Stephen Marsden – currently on the challenge, started on August 19, 2013
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Jon North – currently on the challenge, started on August 19, 2013
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John Newton – currently on the challenge, started on August 19, 2013
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Ger Clarke – currently on the challenge, started on September 9, 2013
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4 comments

  1. Amanda and Ben says:

    Ben and I are away for a weekend mountain trip….one problem…it is so remote that we have no wifi. My phone is not allowing me to blog. We ran! Our blogs will be up when we return to civilization. Please note we did find a local tavern 😉

  2. Josh Husselbee says:

    Hi there!

    My name is Josh and I’ve been massively inspired by all the accounts and blogs on here and I’d love to get involved and give it a go myself! How do I go about it?

    Many thanks!

    Josh

  3. Robin says:

    Been inspired by Jon North’s Facebook messages and have begun my own 3 a day. So far I have completed 12 straight days, completing 47 miles. Contemplating blogging about it, currently microblogging via twitter @runnerGWR thanks for the inspiration.

  4. Harold Watkins says:

    Hello, last year I came across this website and decided to give it a shot. So, on November 1, 2014 I began the journey. But I decided to add another level to it. I decided to not only run 3 miles a day for year, but to also run at least 30 miles a week for a year. (long runs on the weekend)I am now only a few weeks away of completing this challenge and am more than glad that I have. I have run, to date, over 2,000 miles. Ran in Doha Qatar and in 5 different cities in India, not to mention all over NY. I also completed my first marathon a few weeks ago. I just wanted to say, “Thank You,” to everyone that has posted on this site for inspiring me to do this. I have discovered so many thing over the coarse of this challenge, both personally an professionally. Thanks Again!

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