Guli originally set out to run 100 marathons in 100 consecutive days around the world, before having to readjust her vision upon breaking her femur during marathon number 62.
The global community have rallied around her, logging marathons for her on social media every day since then. After announcing her injury on January 5, collectively more than 2 2747.4km have been logged, including Sunday’s mammoth effort.
Thousands of people across the world laced up their running shoes to help Guli reach the target of collectively running and walking more than 100 marathons in one day to raise awareness about the global water crisis.
People logged marathons from 44 different countries and territories - from Antarctica to Sweden, Mexico to Japan, Australia to Serbia and many places in between.