She was not able to beat the men's record.
She beat it by four days.
She beat it by one day.
She beat it by three days.
She was able to complete the trail first and set up a world record.
She was able to beat the best man's record.
She was able to finish the three most challenging trails first.
She was able to finish the three most challenging trails in America in one year.
An average of more than 50 km a day.
An average of more than 40 km a day.
An average of more than 30 km a day.
An average of more than 100 km a day.
Hard work and luck.
Hard work, determination and luck.
Hard work and determination.
She is a woman who beats men.
That she wasn't even a talented athlete.
That she set a world record twice.
That she broke her own record twice.
Heather believed in herself she could won any race.
Heather was working hard since childhood to win contests.
3 Heater understood she was talented only after college and pursued her dre
Heather never planned to make a world record.
When each hiker helps one another to complete the trail.
.When each hiker has to disqualify another hiker
When each hiker can get assistant from non-hikers.
When each hiker organizes their own supplies.
And became the second woman who ever was able to set that kind of record.
She won the competition but didn't set the record.
Even though she was the only woman who participated.
Even though she felt pain in both of her knees.
She loved sports.
She needed inspiration and loved nature.
She hoped to meet new friends.
She wanted to compete against others.
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