Bandara Targets Treadmill World Record

Treadmill running. Photo by maHidoodi.
Sri Lankan H. M. S. K. W. Bandara enjoys the occasional run on a treadmill, and has his sights firmly set on a particular world record - the greatest distance run in 24 hours. The fun begins on Nov 28.

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