Dave Proctor, in the cowboy hat, and his group of running supporters stopped by the Hope Visitor Centre on his way through during his epic journey as he runs across Canada in 66 days starting June 27. Procter aims to break the current Guinness World Record with his 108 km daily average runs. He is also raising awareness and research dollars for all children like his son Sam who are living with a rare disease. Hope Visitor Centre photo

Ultra-runner taking on the marathon of a lifetime for his son, stops in Hope

Runner aims to break Guiness World Record by running 108 km per day, across Canada

Dave Proctor, sporting a cowboy hat, and his group of running supporters stopped by the Hope Visitor Centre during his epic journey as he runs across Canada in 66 days starting June 27.

Procter aims to break the current Guinness World Record with his 108 km daily average runs.

He is also raising awareness and research dollars for all children like his son Sam who are living with a rare disease. It is Dave’s mission to raise in excess of 1 million for the rare disease foundation.

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