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Ultra-endurance athlete Jason P Lester runs to support Christmas for kids

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Lt. Mike Stack running with Jason P. Lester at the close of day one

Lt. Mike Stack running with Jason P. Lester at the close of day one

Jason P. Lester is an not just an elite athlete, he’s an ultra-endurance athlete. To give you a sense of what that means, he just ran 2,600 miles across the Great Wall of China in 83 days!

He’s using his incredible training and stamina for good by running non-stop run for 72-plus hours to raise toys and funds to support Christmas for kids in need in Hawaii. He started running on Thursday, December 11 at 8:00 AM in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii.

The event is called “CHA11ENGE” because for each mile Lester runs, community members will be asked to donate a toy for The Salvation Army in Kailua-Kona. That’s 1 donation for every 1 mile!

You can donate a toy at the the Kailua-Kona Walmart or drop something in the Red Kettle.

:: If you’d like to follow the progress of Lester’s incredible run, find him on Instagram.

For more information about Lester’s CHA11ENGE, please click here.

Thank you Jason P. Lester for pushing your self to the limit to make Christmas possible for others! God bless you.

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