A runner who creates GPS art on maps is running marathons to raise money for spinal research.
Jeric Yuen, from London, is due to run the Berlin Marathon this Sunday the 25th of September, and the New York City Marathon in November.
He chose the charity after suffering a serious toe injury, which took four months to recover from, while training for a marathon in 2018.
The 37 year old - who goes by coderunnerguy on Instagram - first began creating GPS art in 2019.
He's drawn the likes of a tiger, a T-Rex, and a penguin by meticulously planning running routes and recording them on Google maps.
Jurassic Park/Victoria Park?🦖
Having a 'Rawr'some run leading some runners doing a surprise #GpsArt where no one knows what we're drawing👀🦖❤️.What do you think?👇🏻
.@UKRunning1 #stravaart @ukrunchat @JurassicWorld @FastRunning @GarminUK pic.twitter.com/G9m8kOuN3H
— jeric (@coderunnerguy) June 26, 2022