Maryland ultrarunner Lindsey Weaver recently completed a run she will never forget.

In late September, Weaver finished a 304K (189-mile) run from Cumberland, Md. to Washington, D.C. -- a trek called the C&O Canal Towpath -- in record-breaking time.

The feat was completed in two days, five hours and 39 minutes, which is the fastest time by any woman ever on the C&O Canal Towpath Trail. That's about 53 hours. 

Weaver's run was supported, according to Running Magazine, meaning she had a crew that aided her throughout the journey with logistics. The entire trek was relatively flat, which helped Weaver out tremendously.

Nonetheless, this is an incredible achievement Weaver should be proud of forever. She has run five ultramarathons in 2020 alone.