Tony Phoenix-Morrison, ran his 30th consecutive half marathon with a fridge strapped to his back on Sunday.
The 48-year-old competed the Great North Run from Newcastle, UK to South Shields 30 times in thirty days which is a total distance of 390 miles--all with a fridge strapped on his back.
The man was raising money for the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation which is for cancer research. He has raised more than £9,000 for the organization.
Phoenix-Morrison said to the UK's The Guardian newspaper, "People have been amazing. Every step has been cheered all the way along the run. I'm feeling honoured to be able to carry out this challenge. It represents the daily struggle people with cancer have, and the struggle to fight cancer."
On Monday he plans on running the half marathon again without is fridge but dressed in honor of Brendan Foster the runner who founded the race in 1981. He said, "He created this most fantastic occasion, which is like nothing else in the world. Millions and millions of pounds have been raised for charity, a huge amount of people have got fitter because of it, it's benefited the local economy and enhanced the reputation of the north-east for bring friendly. Brendan is my childhood hero, so to see him waiting for me at the end - top that.
I am truly humbled and blessed to have completed the challenge because people wanted me to do it. I had some bad days but along the line there were a couple of rainbows."
When asked by the BBC about the fridge, Phoenix Morrison said, "The reality is that it was the easiest thing I could find to fit on my back. I wanted to carry something I wanted to give people a reason to make a donation to a wonderful charity called the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation."
To make a donation go towww.justgiving.com/tonythefridge.