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Let's go back in history...

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Let's go back in history...

Let's do not only talk about the beauty of running. It cannot hurt to go a little bit back in history and discover where this beauty has its origin. This article bases its content in a short run back through time. Back to 490 B.C. when this brave run was more important than ever.

By means of the Kenya Wildlife Marathon,   we also want to celebrate a great deal of this tradition.

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Which shoes to buy?

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Which shoes to buy?

Just as Formula 1 pilots need the right set of tires on their racing machines, having the right shoes on your feet greatly contributes to your performance on the race track. As proper shoes are usually not quite cheap, this article is published to enlighten about all the essential little points you need to take into consideration before you spend a lot of money on running shoes. We want to make sure that your next new pair of shoes perfectly fits your feet and needs! Don't spent money on the wrong pair of soles. 

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12 Tips for your Trail Run Training

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12 Tips for your Trail Run Training

Is a trail run part of your bucket list or will it maybe become one in the near future? Or do you just need some fresh advice for your training?

This is for all you run-lovers out there who are into trail running. Although training for a trail run is usually different than for road runs, you do not need to be intimidated! There is less to it than you think. Once you passed your first few miles in the beautiful nature you will absolutely be hooked! Trail running takes you to places you have only seen in the best picture-books. 

Read this article and learn how to get there.

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Kenya: UNESCO World Heritage Country

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Kenya: UNESCO World Heritage Country

You may ask yourself what Kenya has to offer beside its game parks and beautiful scenery? Well, did you know that Kenya is home to 6 unique world heritage sites identified by the UNESCO? These 6 sites have been identified precisely due to their historical, cultural, archaeological as well as natural value. 

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