Manhattan Men, Including Daily News Employee, – Break Guinness World Record in Potter County Marathon

BY SAMUEL GOLDSMITH
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER

The runners were attached at their waists with a 12-foot rock-climbing rope, forcing them to stay at the same pace for all 26.2 miles.

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Five Manhattan men – including a Daily News employee – broke a Guinness world record Saturday for finishing a marathon while tethered together.

The runners were attached at their waists with a 12-foot rock-climbing rope, forcing them to stay at the same pace for all 26.2 miles.

“You are now officially talking to a Guinness world record holder,” said Daily News advertising sales representative Brad Weiss, 36.

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