GP completes epic run

Edinburgh GP Dr Andrew Murray ran seven ultra-marathons on seven continents in five days, 13 hours and 28 minutes in November 2012.

He beat the existing record for the feat by almost a day and a half, and won the Antarctic Ice Marathon in a new course record time of three hours 41 minutes.

His epic run finished at the Sydney Opera House.

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