Watch: Canadian father sets unofficial stroller world record with daughter

Calum Neff
Calum Neff
Photo: Scott Flathouse

Calum Neff and his daughter may be considered one of the fastest father-daughter duos in Canada after Neff raced to the win at the Katy Half-Marathon in Texas to set an unofficial stroller world record by more than two minutes.

Travis Boyd holds the previous Guinness World Record while pushing a stroller having set the record (1:13:50) in Everett, Wash. in 2013 at the Heroes Half-Marathon.

Neff’s official time while pushing the stroller on Sunday was 1:11:27. He also won the half-marathon last year.

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Neff, 31 and a father of two, attended high school in Calgary and now lives in the Houston area. He has represented Canada at the World Mountain Running Championships.

Goodnight sweet Holland, that was a pretty epic day!

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Sunday’s race marks Neff’s second great performance of 2016. He was the top Canadian at the Houston Marathon in mid-January before testing his fitness in Katy, Texas.

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He recorded the entire 21.1K race with a GoPro and the race was USATF certified increasing the likelihood that the record will be ratified by Guinness.

Cover image: Scott Flathouse Photography