[Source: irishpost.com]

A man from Co. Tyrone has run a marathon in his driveway in a bid to raise money for the National Health Service (NHS) England and for those fighting coronavirus.

Keith Clarke from Dungannon described the feat as “run the drive to stay alive” and completed the task on Monday.

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Not only did he complete it, but he pushed a wheelbarrow as we went. As if the feat wasn’t challenging enough.

Keith ended up circling his driveway a staggering 416 times, which took him five-and-a-half hours.

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He also raised a total of over £2,000 (approximately RM10,079), all of which will be donated to the Intensive Care Society in its fight against Covid-19.

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Article Credit:

Original Author: Harry Brent of The Irish Post

Article Syndicated from The Irish Post