Step Into Dead Cow Gully

Helping a mate move house, buying them lunch or offering to look after their kids (fur babies included) are all good and admirable things to do, but would you run an extra 127.3 kilometres to lend someone a hand?

If you’re everyday Aussie runner John Pearson, the answer is yes.

The inaugural Dead Cow Gully Backyard Ultramarathon last year saw Pearson run his own 160 kilometres (that’s 100 miles if you’re a Proclaimer) before almost doing that…

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