HER Story: How Fiona Oakes ran a marathon on every continent - even Antarctica
UK’S LARGEST RUNNING MAGAZINE PROMOTES MEAT-FREE DIET TO READERS
Women’s History Month is an annual celebration in March that highlights the contributions of women to events in history, as well as their outstanding landmark achievements.
At Guinness World Records, we have seen our female record holders reach remarkable milestones, so to mark Women's History Month we're running a series called "HER Story."
'What The Health' Director Makes 'Must See' Movie About Vegan Marathon Runner Fiona Oakes
The UK’s largest running magazine, Runner’s World, has promoted a meat-free diet to their readers.
In an article titled, “Essential Nutrients for Vegetarians,” the magazine outlined how embracing a meat-free diet can be beneficial to runners. “Meat-free diets rev up your running – as long as you’re smart about it,” the publication stated.
The co-director of Cowspiracy and What the Health is currently working on what promises to be one of 2018's must-see vegan movies.
Keegan Kuhn's new film Running for Good is the official Fiona Oakes documentary.