Achievements

The Guinness Book of World Records recognizes Stawiecki as the oldest woman to complete the “Seven Summits,” the highest mountains on each continent, and as achieving the fastest aggregate time for a woman to complete marathons on all seven continent. View the Guiness Book of World Records entry

News/Press

Press Releases:

06/17/2008 – 57-Year-Old Marathoner, Mountain Climber Enters Guinness Book of World Records

05/31/2007 – Jeanne Stawiecki at Age 56 Completes Seven Marathons and Summits the Highest Peaks on Seven Continents

03/07/2007 – 56-Year Old Woman Completes Marathons on Seven Continents in 141 Days

News:

2009 – Double Achievement, Ripley’s Believe It or Not

08/10/2009 – From Huffing-Puffing Anesthetist to Thin-Air Adventurer: What It Takes

04/19/2009 – Conquering Marathons and Mountains – Fox News

09/26/2008 – 2009 Guinness Book of World Records

07/05/2008 – Worldwide Phenomenon – The Boston Globe

06/17/2008 – Jeanne Stawiecki, Mountaineer, Claims Two Guinness World Records – The Adventurist

06/17/2008 – Jeanne Stawiecki – 57-year old Marathoner, Mountain Climber World Record – worldamazingrecords.com

Spring, 2008 – Peak Performance: Jeanne Stawiecki – Subaru Drive Magazine

10/12/2007 – A runner achieves an unprecedented feat of marathoning and mountain climbing – Runner’s World

07/30/2007 – Ran here, summited there – Worcester Telegram and Gazette

06/23/2007 – CNN News to Me

06/12/2007 – Former Smoker Climbs Everest, Runs 7 Marathons

04/02/2007 – Radio Interview, WGVU/NPR, Grand Rapids, MI  (MP3)

03/28/2007 – Oldies 98.9 Worcester, MA  Interview #1 (MP3) Interview #2 (MP3)

03/23/2007 – Local Woman looks to beat World Record NECN video

03/13/2007 – Forget Helen Mirren meet Jeanne Stawiecki.

03/11/2007 – Jeanne Stawiecki completes the Antarctica Marathon

03/09/2007 – Jeanne Stawiecki: Seven Summits, Seven Marathons

03/08/2007 – Everest 2007: Jeanne Stawiecki returns to Everest

02/26/2007 – Antarctica Marathon Results

02/26/2007 – Everest 2007: Jeanne Stawiecki returns to Everest