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Amy Hughes cooled off with a well-deserved ice cream in Leicester after completing her 21st Marathon in 21 days.
The Shrewsbury 26-year-old aims to run 53 Marathons in 53 days to raise money for The Isabelle Lottie Foundation.
Amy broke the world record for the most consecutive marathons run by a woman, when she crossed the line in Nottingham on Saturday.
Having raised nearly £7,000 so far, the charity runner will take on Peterborough tomorrow.
Amy Hughes from Shrewsbury appeared to be all smiles this morning as she geared up to run her 19th marathon in Derby, as part of her 53 marathons in 53 days challenge.
Amy is aiming to raise £53,000 for a charity set up by the family of two-year-old Isabelle Wynne, who was diagnosed with a brain tumour in May 2013.
Yesterday, Amy broke the world record for the most consecutive marathons run by a woman, when she crossed the line in Nottingham.
Amy Hughes from Shrewsbury is aiming for 53 marathons in 53 days to raise money for The Isabelle Lottie Foundation.
It's a brain tumour charity created this year after two-year-old Isabelle Wynne was diagnosed with Medulloblastoma, a type of tumour mainly affecting children.
Amy completed her 18th marathon yesterday in Nottingham and she's running in Derby today, finishing her East Midlands stint with Loughborough on Bank Holiday Monday. She's so far raised £10,000 for the charity.
26-year-old Amy Hughes from Shrewsbury is running 53 marathons in 53 days in 53 cities - and over the Bank Holiday weekend she's taking in Nottingham, Derby and Loughborough.
Yesterday she completed her 18th run and broke the female world record of 17 consecutive marathons.
Amy is raising money for a children's brain tumour charity and promoting health and fitness - and hoping to raise £53,000 for the Isabelle Lottie Foundation.
She'll finish the challenge in Manchester on 27 September.