Charity Fundraiser, Colin Burgin-Plews, who's known as Big Pink Dress man because of the extravagant outfits he runs in, has completed another challenge.
He was due to run his fifth London Marathon on Sunday April 26th, but when the event was cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic, he vowed to complete the run regardless.
He's run the 26 miles on a treadmill at his home in South Shields over the past few days.
April 26th sees the start of the 2.6 Challenge, to support charities who've been hit by the cancellation of fundraising events like the London Marathon. It encourages people to complete a challenge that involved 2.6 or 26 whilst observing the lockdown.
The run has raised nearly £6000 for Macmillan Cancer Support. It brings the total Colin's raised since his first charity run to more than £130,000.