This team has some of the best male elite runners in Australia! They have the talent, the courage and the passion to take on such a big task for a worthy cause. On race day, tune in to the video live stream or come down to the Fitness show to see some superstars in action.
Jeff holds the record for the 11th fastest marathon in Australian all-time history, with a time of 2:11:00. He represented Australia at the Commonwealth Games, World Championships and Olympic Games. @jeffreyhunt82
Marathoner who ran for Australia at the 2012 Olympics, the last three Commonwealth Games and numerous world championships. Now trying to master orienteering@martydent
Endurance runner, cyclist and triathlete, Dani is the head coach and the inspiring driving force and pure grit man behind Pulse Performance
David Criniti has loved to run long for a long time, & knows the benefits of running lie far beyond putting one foot in front of the other
Local distance runner who races anything from 5k to a Marathon. Recently placed 3rd in the Australian Marathon Championships. Runs for Brooks
Developed and training with Pulse Performance since 10 years old, Luke is a national level athlete in cross country, athletics and triathlon ready to take this ability onto the treadmill for one of his biggest challenges yet
Also a Pulse Performance athlete since the tender age of 10, Jayden, now 18, is a national level cross country runner, triathlete, and track runner who loves adventure, challenge and chasing down his twin brother Luke.
Tim is a keen talented long distance runner with the Pulse Performance squad and a full-time teacher in Sydney. Tim clocked a PB of 2:48 for the Melbourne Marathon and is always looking for a challenge!
Accomplished triathlete and runner, Jason is always ready to step out his comfort zone and push boundaries to inspire others and raise funds for a good cause
7 times representing Australia in the 100km road championship, Andy must be the runner with the biggest smile around, no matter the distance or pace!
The world record
To break the world record the male team will need to cover 400km in 24hr. To better explain how tough this record is, each runner will keep an average pace of 3:30 min/km or a speed of 17km/h. This is a team effort like no other, where every second counts. These talented runners have a busy schedule full of A-races around the world. They committed to run as hard as it takes to help the Camp Quality families. And that’s truly generous.
Days to go