Royston runner completes century of runs dressed up in a Borat mankini

PUBLISHED: 16:35 01 October 2014 | UPDATED: 10:29 06 October 2014

Paul Makowski (right), dressed as Borat,  pushing a cycle buggy carrying the race director, Richard Lyle. Credit: Keith Douglas

Paul Makowski (right), dressed as Borat, pushing a cycle buggy carrying the race director, Richard Lyle. Credit: Keith Douglas

© 2014 Keith Douglas

A Royston runner took inspiration from Kazakhstan as he completed a century of runs in aid of mental health charity MIND.

Paul Makowski dressed up in a Borat mankini as he completed a 5km route around the Wimpole Hall Estate for the 100th time on Saturday.

The weekly ‘parkrun’ was completed by Paul while he pushed a cycle buggy carrying race director Richard Lyle.

http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/borats100thparkrun.

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