Endurance runner Nick Butter is just days into his latest challenge to run the British coast in 100 days. To do this, needs to run two marathons each day.
No stranger to huge challenges, Nick has previously run a marathon in every country in the world in 674 days.
This time, he aims to run 52.4 miles over 14 hours each day to total 5,240 miles.
When we caught up with Nick on the trail this morning in Colyton in East Devon, he said: "I had a very hard day yesterday."
Despite all the miles in his legs already, we thought he looked very strong.
Run Britain for 196 Foundation
At the heart of the Run Britain challenge is the 196 Foundation, which supports “pockets of need all over the world”. The foundation asks for donations of £1.96 per month and the total collection of funds is then used to support one cause each year. The goal is to provide aid to every country in the world, in small bite size chunks.
Nick said: “I’ll be running 52.4 miles per day for 100 days in the hope that kind people will be inspired to donate 6p per day for a year to the 196 Foundation, via £1.96 monthly. That’s a lot of miles for just 6p…”
Nick started on April 17 at the Eden Project in Cornwall and is running anti-clockwise around the coast of Britain. You can join him on the run by booking in on the website. There is also a tracker so you can follow his progress. Follow him on Instagram
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