Running on the Pembrokeshire Coast Path is currently forbidden, but that hasn’t stopped Milford’s Sanna Duthie setting her sights on a unique record this year.

Ultra runner Duthie, 32, is aiming to complete the whole path in less than 64 hours and 32 minutes, with that current mark held by Haverfordwest’s Richard Simpson.

She had originally planned to take on the challenge this summer when conditions are expected to be most favourable, but now accepts she may have to delay her attempt until later in the year.

“I’m hoping to set a date in July or August but it all depends on when the lockdown ends - I’ll obviously have to check the tides as well given the route,” she said this week.

“If I have to take it into September or later then I will. It will be harder then as there won’t be as much light but I’m going to be raising money for the Wales Air Ambulance so still have to try.

“The way I see it, if it becomes a winter edition that’s fine - I’ll come back next week and do a summer one.”

Sanna has already lined up her dad to be in charge of her support van while partner Andrew will also be assisting her.

“I have a plan of where I need to be at certain checkpoints and I’m aiming to just sleep once.”

But in the meantime Sanna, who has a sponsorship deal with Pembrokeshire Massage, is having to stick to daily runs as well as weights and endurance work on machines at home.

After clocking 3:10:00 to be first female home in the Llanelli Marathon in 2013, she has gone from strength to strength in endurance running.

Her first ultra race was a 50 miler in the Gower in 2015, and two years later she completed Pembrokeshire Coast 100 Mile Ultra Run in under 28 hours.

Just 12 months later she was overall winner of the same race, in a staggering course record time of 23:02:04.

Those wishing to donate to Sanna's cause, the Wales Air Ambulance, can do so here.