If you're a dad, you know it's tough to do the physical activities you love to do with your children. They're just not ready for it yet. Calum Neff decided that shouldn't be the case. So he decided to run a marathon with his 11-month-old daughter, while pushing her stroller.


He and his daughter, Holland, crossed the finish line at 1 hour, 11 minutes, and 27 seconds.


“It was just a truly epic day to share with my youngest daughter,” 31-year-old Neff told Today. “It shows that anything is really possible and being a dad and working doesn’t mean you have to give up on other dreams and hobbies. We’ve been on cloud nine. It’s really special to share that with Holland.”




Daughter Holland crossed the finish line first, and the two broke a world record: a half marathon with a stroller in 1:11:27!