Warning: These blisters are pretty graphic, tbh.
This is Julie Nisbet, an avid runner and mother of two who currently lives in Shildon, County Durham, England.
Julie Nisbet / Via Twitter: @julienisbet
That's a lot of miles.
She thought the SPF 30 would be sufficient, telling BuzzFeed, "It was only 10 a.m., and the sun wasn't too high in the sky, so at that point I still felt OK." When she reached her next pit stop at 27 miles, Nisbet said she could feel the backs of her legs burning. But she just applied more sunscreen and continued on.
However, 21 hours later, when she had finally completed the 69-mile trek, Nisbet said the burning sensation on the back of her legs was intense, and small blisters had begun to form.
After sleeping for a couple of hours, Nisbet said she went to an urgent care clinic, where they bandaged her up and asked her to return the next day.
Courtesy of Julie Nisbet