The running sequence depends on how each person defines it. That could be 5 kilometers a day or a marathon once a month for the next few years.

Run 1 mile under 5 minutes for the most consecutive years.

In 1976, Steve Spence first ran 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) at the age of 14. Since then, every year Spence has run like that, the best personal achievement is 3 minutes 59 seconds. Spence used to run a marathon (42,195km) with an average speed of 5 minutes 3 seconds per mile in 1990.

Maintaining a run of 1 mile under 5 minutes with Spence, a professional runner, easily for the first few decades. However, by 2008, age and health began to drag down Spence’s performance. He ran 1 mile under the 43rd annual minute in January 2018 with a time of 4 minutes 56 seconds. The 44th run was scheduled for January 2019, but Spence was postponed due to two injuries.

According to Let’s Run, a person claiming to be Spence said he completed the 44th run on August 28, arriving in California, USA, with a record of 4 minutes 53 seconds. He had tendonitis and recovered.

The first Olympic athlete to run 100 meters twice in a row

During the 1980s and 1990s, Carl Lewis was known to be rude and did not prove himself in athletics. However, he still goes down in history in his own way.

Lewis is in the group of four people who have won gold in the same content at four consecutive Olympics (jumping far away in 1984, 1988, 1992 and 1996). He also won the 100-meter championship in two consecutive Olympics in 1984 and 1988.

Besides the unbeaten series at the Olympics, Lewis also won 65 consecutive long jump competitions for more than 10 years.