Only the Weak Ride Bikes on Tour de France Route

Everyone describes the Tour de France as “grueling.” It involves 2,000 miles of distance and more than 100,000 feet of elevation change over three weeks.

Zoë Romano laughs at your definition of grueling. She’s running the Tour de France route, averaging 30 miles a day, and expects to reach the finish the day before the cyclists complete their endurance feat.

She’s trying to raise $100,000 for the World Pediatric Project and a film crew is documenting the run.

When she isn’t actively running around the entire length of France, Zoë is blogging and tweeting about it, and damned if she isn’t great at that as well.