Catching up with Kieran Alger on the Danube

Kieran Alger is attempting to run the length of the Danube river from sea to source, a route that covers 2,000 miles (3,000km), to raise money for poverty-impacted children - you can read more and donate here.

We caught up with Kieran on his one and only rest day after 60 days of running. We talked about his journey so far, how distance and time becomes distorted on challenges like this, the highs and lows, bearding growing and much, much more.

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