An Australian man completed a gruelling run that looped the world Friday, having done the equivalent of a marathon a day for more than 20 months in what he hopes is a record.
Australian ultra-distance runner Tom Denniss, stands in front of the Sydney Harbour Bridge after finishing his run around the world on September 13, 2013. Denniss, 52, began his run around the world on December 31, 2011 in Sydney and since then has run more than 26,000 kilometres.
Tom Denniss, 52, began his endurance test on December 31, 2011 at the Sydney Opera House and since then has travelled more than 26,000 kilometres (16,200 miles) on foot, crossing deserts and mountains over five continents.
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