Journey Runners

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The term Journey runner refers to people who undertake a long journey for personal reasons and not commercial though are often fund raisers for particular charities such as Paula Duncans recent hike along the Great Divide.

Planning a run

Currently running

Finished Running


Trail Hike

  • Paula Duncan has finished solo-hiking 1200km of the Great Divide Trail from the Canada-USA border at Waterton (in Alberta), to Kakwa Lake Provincial Park (in British Columbia) raising money for Child Haven International
  • David Horton Set new record on the Pacific Crest Trail
  • Sue Norwood ran the 2175 miles of the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine

Continental Europe

  • Bobbys Run Bob Brown is running from The Portugese Atlantic to the Russian border
  • Serge Girard Frenchman running from Tokyo to Paris starting 18th December, 2005. A journey of 19300 km and taking an scheduled 276 days.

Trans Australia

  • Achim Heukemes, the great German Runner has crossed Australia in 43 days and change. Set new record.

World Runner

  • Jesper Olsen Bidding to be the first authenticated runner to circle the globe. Updates on this site
  • World Harmony Run Global relay Running 11,000 miles in 4 months in the US and 8 months 45 countries in Europe plus Anzac, Canadian, Russian legs.

See Also

Long-distance trail

External Links