News : Jornet recovers from injury and rules out going for the 24 hour record
It had undoubtedly been the great athletic news of the day. Kilian Jornet was going to attack the World Record of the 24 hours on the track, a major challenge and a tremendous illusion that had generated these hours just since the photographer Ian Corless had announced the great news on his website. After its debut in a road test a few days ago at 10 Hyttepanmila in Norway with a time of 29:59, I suppose we could have the urge.
Corless himself has rectified his news and added some statements by Jornet in this regard, ensuring that he is not in a position to face such a major challenge as he is recovering from some discomfort. In fact, This Monday was the first day he has run after the race in the country where he has lived for nine days (It was October 17).
“Right now I am in no condition. I hope I can run well in a week or so so I can get to know my body and be able to train without discomfort. Maybe in the future if the injuries respect me it could be fun trying to run such great distancesCorless has published on his website. We will see him in action again soon. There have been many media that had echoed that information.