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Mr Naylor is a world-renowned endurance and mountain runner. One of his finest years came in 1972 where, at the age of 35, he set a record for endurance running by pounding over 92 miles of treacherous Lake District terrain and up and down 63 mountain peaks within 24 hours. He was assisted by various pacemen and helpers, including the former Olympic gold medallist, Chris Brasher. The entire achievement was televised by America’s NBS, and was confirmed as not being bettered anywhere else in the world. Mr Naylor is still running, and at the age of 64 he took part in the charitable 95 Wainwright Memorial Run.

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