Last Monday, when his alarm clock rang at 3am, it began to sink in exactly what Kevin Sinfield had signed himself up for. Sinfield, by his own admission, was looking for a challenge to top last year’s incredible seven marathons in seven days. What he settled on, an attempt to run 101 miles in 24…

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