Jason started this journey running one of the most challenging marathons in the world at the Great Wall of China Marathon in 2011. 5,164 steps and 26. 2 miles later, he finished the arduous course on the iconic Great Wall.
In 2015, Jason journeyed to Australia to run the Outback Marathon. He was joined by 400 runners at Ayers Rock in a red dessert which is one of the most remote and historic parts of the land down under.
11 layers of clothing, 101 runners, penguins, and glaciers. In 2016, Jason braved the elements to complete one of the most extreme marathons on the planet proving once again that he would run to the end of the world for this cause.
Jason will complete the 7 continent challenge in Athens, Greece on November 13, 2016. This historic course is the birthplace of the marathon dating back to 1896. Jason has met thousands of people through this journey and we will all be cheering for him to finish this historic race.