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"Life is precious - Early cancer screening saves lives. So far on this walk four people told me they went for screening and 'nasty things were discovered ' That my friends is my fuel, the octane that drives me around the world as I have known many people who did not have the luxury of early detection."  Tony Mangan 10/2017

Perth to Sydney - Late April 2017 to Oct 1st 2017

Follow Tony's Adventure as he walks the globe promoting that; Life is Precious, Early Checking Saves Lives!  Click here for his Walk Blog!

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Distance walked so far 17,500+ Km ( 10,874 Miles )


Motivator, Writer, Adventurer who ran a 50,000km lap of the world. Owner of 2 current world 48 hr records

Self-Employed
Studied at Kevin Street College of technology
Lives in Dublin, Ireland
From Dublin, Ireland

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Tony's Run Around the World Blog Site



Tony had a very successful competitive career winning many ultra races and proudly represented Ireland on six occasions.   
In addition to being the first runner in history to run two consecutive days of over 200 kilometres (223 and 203) he has broken four world records. Two of these he still holds as he walks around the world: He is the current world 48 hour indoor track record holder (426.178 km. He also holds the world 48 hour treadmill record (405.22 km)
This is his third time
Around the world as he previously cycled it as a 22 year old.





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 On Saturday February 27th, 2016  I began a walk around the world!

 I will be walking the world with a cancer awareness message;
       
Life is precious, early checking saves lives.

 Starting from Run Logic's running store in Dublin’s Temple Bar, we will  meet at two pm February 27th, 2016 and leave at three pm. Please follow  my new blog for the walk 
( Click Here )  or my Facebook  page!

 After I first got the idea to run around the world I didn’t see how I could  do it without a support vehicle. As running is more problematic than  walking I decided instead of running the world that I would walk it! In  1998, I was living in Lake City, Colorado.  I returned to Ireland  I decided  that one day I would find a way to live my ultimate dream, to run around  the world ( As many of you know I achieved that in Oct 2014)

 So, this world walk is my other long cherished dream  :-)

 Last Monday I was welcomed by The Lord Mayor of Dublin, this is  becoming a habit! Thank you Lord Mayor Criona Ni Dhalaigh for my  latest Magic Letter! I will be walking the world with a cancer awareness  message; life is precious, early checking saves lives.

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STARTED... 27th February 2016   Finishing...  2019 or later!  Check back often!


Tony's Send-off and some pictures from the road!

Australia has been walked 
Thanks to my many Australia friends, those that helped me and a few Irish people too for your amazing help.
Special thanks to my great crewman Michael Gillan who crewed me for over 3,000 kms across Oz! He travelled from Melbourne to be with me today! Thanks mate!  😅
Thanks also to Tom Denniss and Heather Hawkins for walking with me today. 
And a huge shout out to Benjamin Kniebe for updating my Australian route map  😀
Finally, please remember what this is about... Life is precious - Early cancer screening saves lives. So far on this walk four people told me they went for screening and 'nasty things were discovered ' That my friends is my fuel, the octane that drives me around the world as I have know many people who did not have the luxury of early detection.

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​ Australia has been Walked...
​Next Up  New Zealand

Some of the sites along the way....   ​Visit Tony's Facebook Page to see more pictures of the journey.