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Jacky Hunt-Broersma (born August 14, 1975 is an amputee ultramarathon runner who is a world record holder and one of very few female amputee ultrarunners in the world.
She was the first amputee to run a 100-miles on a treadmill and ran it under 24 hours. Finishing it in 23hr38 and setting a new world record. Hunt-Broersma set the record with her performance in Cary, North Carolina on April 2020. Hunt-Broersma was also the first amputee to take on the brutal TransRockies Mountain Stage Race in Colorado. This race covers over 20 000 ft (6096m) of elevation and running at altitude.
Hunt-Broersma lost her leg to cancer (ewing's sarcoma) when she was 26 years old and only started running in 2016. She quickly progressed from running 5km races to running ultramarathons.
- Korin Miller (2020-04-27)“This Amputee Woman Just Ran 100 Miles On HerTreadmill In Under 24 Hours” WomensHealth Magazine
- Korin Miller (2020-05-04) https://www.runnersworld.com/news/a32330991/woman-amputee-ultrarunner-100-miles-treadmill-24-hours/ RunnersWorld
- Faith Brar (2020-05-01) https://www.shape.com/fitness/trends/amputee-ultrarunner-100-miles-treadmill Shape Magazine
- Joe Mazur (2020-05-03 “https://abc11.com/jacky-hunt-broersma-amputee-umstead-100-ultra/6147647/. ABC11
- Ben Snider-Mcgrath (2020-04-29)“Meet amputee ultrarunner Jacky Hunt-Broersma” Canadian Trail Running.
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