Runner takes on a Canadian half marathon while wearing 90 T-shirts.

A runner in an Alberta half-marathon attempted a Guinness World Record by taking on the 13.1-mile course while wearing 90 T-shirts. David Eliuk ran Sunday's Hypodermic Half Marathon in Edmonton while wearing 90 T-shirts in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record of 76 shirts, which was set by British runner David Smith in 2019. Click said he trained for five months before the attempt but still hit some unforeseen difficulties from the weight and constriction of his wardrobe, which he said was painful and caused tingling in his left arm. His attempt is being submitted to Guinness World Records for official recognition. (UPI)


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