Ultra-marathon runner goes 24hrs for Breathe Better September
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Heading out for a jog this weekend? Spare a thought for Nick Ashill, because by the time you roll out of bed he will probably have been running 24 hours straight. The Victoria University marketing professor and ultra-marathon runner is raising money for the Asthma and Respiratory foundation as part of Breathe Better September. Pretty impressive for a man severely injured in a hit and run in the US four years ago. He rolled out at 9am Friday, running a 6km loop, and he will not finish up until 9am Saturday. Lisa Owen caught up with Nick during one of his precious food stops.  
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