Byron Bay Marathon Runner, Ben

Byron Bay Marathon Runner Ben

The Byron Bay Marathon Runner, in Byron Bay Australia, who is simply known and called as Ben, has used his long running sporting skill, to raise funds towards cyclone Pam disaster victims, in Vanuatu.

The Marathon Runner started off in Sydney and ended at Byron Bay.

According to the Byron Bat local media, Byron Bay Marathon Runner, Ben, has run a marathon per day for 24 days from Sydney to Byron Bay.

He described the support all along the way from Sydney to Byron Bay at every place and people he passed as ‘fantastic”.

He added with a joke that: “But it hasn’t been an easy run, there was a couple of days when I just don’t want to get out bed,” said the Byron Bay Marathon Runner.

“The best part of it all is just meeting people along the way,” he told the Byron Bay local media.

Between times he raised $2,000 in four hours running on treadmill set up at the Great Northern hotel.

He has now set up his own charitable organization, Running for the Unfortunate aiming to use his passion for running to help others in need.

Daily Post could not get exact amount raised by Byron Bay marathon runner for the Pam victims in Vanuatu.

Byron Bay is a beachside town located in the far-north eastern corner of the State of New South Wales.

It is located 772 kilometers (480 miles) North of Sydney and 165 kilometers or 103 miles South of Brisbane.

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