Chris Dunn-Veale, 46, runs 856km, completed nine ultra-marathons, with one race 106km long, seven 100km long, and one 50km
Chris said it felt "really good" to have completed the challenge.
He added: "It was amazing. I still can't quite get over it."Just talking about it doesn't seem real.
"I actually ended up doing 860km, because the last race added an extra 4km due to horrendous weather!".
The feat was part of Chris' wider Challenge 10,000 - which began in 2017 - to raise cash for the charity Epilepsy Research UK, which he is a ambassador of - after losing one of his friends to the condition.
Chris began his ultra marathon challenge back in May on the Isle of Wight, and it saw him traverse some of the toughest running areas of the country, including The Jurassic Coast, parts of the Cotswolds, the Peak District, and Beachy Head.
The final race was last weekend.
Chris also wanted to give a big thanks to Matt Chappell and Charlie Blake, and Evolve Health.
He said: "They have really looked after me so well throughout the challenge, and they were absolutely amazing.
"They really kept me going, they helped me recover and stay fit, and sponsored me throughout.
"I want to thank everyone at Evolve Health, a lot".
Chris's Challenge 10,000 is still running, with the Epilepsy Research Charity Goal Challenge continuing to raise funds.
Clubs across Salisbury, and from as far as Bognor Regis to Weston-super-Mare, will donate £3.50 every time a certain player scores or keeps a clean sheet.
posted Thursday October 3rd
by Benjamin Paessler