Photo Credit: Enduro Photo courtesy of the Akron Marathon.\n\n\n\n71-year-old sets age-group world record with half marathon time of 1:37:07\n\n\n\nPhoto Credit: Enduro Photo courtesy of the Akron Marathon.\n\n\n\nBreaking records is a common occurrence in Jeannie Rice\u2019s world. The 71-year-old runner, who resides part-time in Ohio and part-time in Florida, holds the age-group world record for the marathon, completing the Chicago marathon last October in a time of 3:27:50. \n\n\n\nPhoto Credit: Enduro Photo courtesy of the Akron Marathon.\n\n\n\nRice recently added another record to that list, setting the age-group world record in the half marathon at the Goodyear Half Marathon in Akron, Ohio last weekend, when she crossed the finish line in an impressive 1:37:07, averaging a 7:25-mile pace throughout the entire 13.1-mile race. \n\n\n\nThe grandmother of two reportedly trains 50 to 60 miles per week and has now set her sights on breaking her own world records. \u201cIf I can break my own world record it\u2019d be great,\u201d Rice told Runners World. \u201c\u2026 I set a goal like that so I don\u2019t give up, so I can continue to train hard and tough.\u201d\n\n\n\nNext on her list is bettering her own record-holding marks in the marathon and the half, starting with the Berlin Marathon.