Feylding man Perry Newborn operates New Zealand as part of an autism fundraiser.
Perry Newburn, an ultra marathon runner, does not have many roads all over the country.
Newburn operates throughout New Zealand to fund autism support group Running on the Spectrum.
He played for the second time throughout New Zealand and played in Christchurch, New Zealand, stretching from Auckland to New Zealand, and holds world-class records throughout the United States.
The 64 – year – old Waiouru received a four – hour bonus all night in Hunterville on Sunday. I sent it to Otaki on Monday in Hunterville and I stopped for 5 minutes in Sanson. stuff.
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"It never walks in the park," he said. "You do not have to remember what happened last time.
"Everyone is a learning process, but this time it's going well.
"The corpse has undergone an adjustment process, and it begins to feel OK on a 100-kilometer plus day, and it is now beginning to scream about the food, which is a good sign that everything is adjusted."
He had to take a ferry from Wellington to Picton on Tuesday. He set a goal to complete the game for 18 days to win the 43 – year – old record, and he said he was still in range.
People joined New Bern to cheer him on. He said the event is about meeting people who support him and support charity when he helps him.
Running 2100km from Cape Reinga to Bluff is a tough job, but Newburn says he always expects parts to be hard and parts to be easy.
Newburn lived in Feilding, but joked that he moved to Napier in February because of "changes in the running scene."