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Autobiography of Guisborough’s Ultra Distance Runner


On 15th September 2006, Sharon Gayter’s long standing dream to break the Guinness World Record by running from Land’s End to John O’Groats came true; 837 miles in 12 days, 16 hours and 22 minutes.


Sharon describes living life to the full, by setting and achieving goals,


university lecturer, from barely running a mile without collapsing exhausted to running the length of the country, from remoteness in Libya to the heat across Death Valley, from the mountains of the Alps to the flatness of the track.


from a bus driver to a


OUT NOW


“Sharon is a good friend and an


amazing athlete, with an incredible dedication and strength of spirit.


Her story is a truly inspiring read.” Baroness Grey-Thompson DBE, Paralympian


In 2009


Sharon became the Commonwealth Champion, running 140 miles in 24 hours. Only three women in the world ran better that year.


This is an incredibly inspiring journey. You will feel you have run every step and have blisters on your toes, whether you are a runner or not! Having represented her country for 17 years at what has to be the toughest sport in UK Athletics’, she will take you on an amazing journey like no other while the clock continues to tick, tick, tick.....


Book Signings:


Wednesday April 20th from 7-10pm at the David Lloyd centre in York


Sunday June 12th from 1pm onwards at the Guisborough Town Fair.


“If I could run as well as you can


write, then I’d be breaking records too.”


Sharon Griffiths, The Northern Echo


Further information on availability at www.sharongayter.com


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