Paddy Doyle will move one step closer to the 350-record milestone this weekend when he takes on an 26-mile speed march carrying a 40lb backpack.
Provided he beats the Guinness World Record of 6 hr 28 min, the Balsall Common athlete will tackle his 350th on December 6 when he attempts a half-marathon speed march carrying a 40lb backpack.
The milestone will see him finish at the Royal British Legion Club in Berkswell, with the former paratrooper then taking on a strength record in front of his loyal supporters.
Dean Gould, president of Registry of World Record Holders, said: “If Paddy is successful he will be the first endurance athlete to go down in history, achieving such a global honour.
“I have no doubt he will succeed.”