| 14.4°C Belfast

Personal trainer raises money for NHS after completing marathon in driveway

A Co Tyrone man has run a marathon in his driveway while pushing a wheelbarrow to raise money for the NHS. Keith Clarke, from Dungannon, described the feat as “run the drive to stay alive”. He started running on Monday morning. He had raised £1,700 overnight before starting his 416 laps which took him five-and-a-half hours to complete. The personal trainer and kettle-bell instructor was inspired to run the 26.2 miles up and down his driveway to raise money for the Intensive Care Society in its fight against Covid-19.

Most Watched Videos