The Planetary Health Alliance
Andrew Murray is a technical advisor to the World Health Organisation’s Global Action Plan on Physical Activity. He is a Sports and Exercise Medicine doctor, GP and runner, having completed challenges including a 4,300km run from far north Scotland to the Sahara desert, 7 ultra-marathons on the 7 different continents in under a week, the North Pole Marathon, the Antarctic Ice Marathon, the Gobi Challenge, the Indo Jungle Ultra. He has been an advisor at the Olympic, Paralympic and Commonwealth Games, and the Ryder Cup and currently works for the European and Challenge Tour Golf, the SportScotland Institute of Sport, and the Scottish Rugby Union and is the Scottish Government’s first “physical activity champion”. Andrew is doing a PhD with Liz Grant.