Dr. Andrew Murray, who recently finished first at the North Pole Marathon, will be heading to Glasgow's Science Centre on Sunday (22 July ) to speak of his running adventures and what he is planning for his next endurance challenge.
His presentation forms part of the Science Centre's Energise programme, which offers a range of activities and challenges based on ideas of strength, accuracy, balance and energy.
During his talk, Murray will be recounting his run from John O'Groats to the Sahara Desert in which he covered 2,659 miles, a distance that translated to 102 marathons in 78 days. The GP has also recently been appointed as the Scottish Government's ambassador for physical health on a six-month secondment.
Entries for Andrew Murray's talk are free with admission to the Science Centre but places are expected to be limited. You can book ahead by calling 0141 420 5000.