A jogger has drawn Christmas artwork in London park using running app

Using the app, Strava, that tracks your location and travel and draws your path as you go, Owen Delaney, from Teddington, has mapped out Christmas-themed images.

The 40-year-old father-of-two said: “I was looking at a map of Bushy Park last week and I thought the Diana Fountain would make a great Rudolph’s nose, so I drew him using the Strava route planner and just went out and ran it.

“People seemed to like it, so I did Santa the next day.

“That was the toughest one, trying to run his eyes and eyebrows through knee deep bracken, in the dark.”

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