I have done triathlons, open water swimming, kayaking and cross country skiing… but mostly I am just a marathonrunner with more than 250 marathon finishes in 20 different countries on three continents. I am an All World Athelte
In 2018 I am running 100 marathons – all sub 4 hours – for people with autism.
- 260 marathons
- 125 marathons in 2017
- 20 Ironman triathlons (incl. 2x Norseman Xtreme)
- 14 ultramarathons (incl. 4x 100K)
- 10 open water swimming competitions (up to 5.7K)
- Six Star Finishers – World Marathon Majors
I Solemnly Swear I’m Up To No Good
I am prod of being a Marathon Globetrotter and a Marathon Maniac.
As you finish your running event, you can feel os climatic while you cross the line that it is easy to lose yourself. The sudden stoppers find it very easy to lose themselves.
These are the runners who, the moment the pass the finishing line, stop dead and stand there, basking in the glory of it all. Which is kind of sweet, but also kind of annoying, particularly for other runner who either have to dodge thse sudden stoppers or risk some sort of perspiring pile-up, right when they want one the least.
So please, runners, keep moving at the end, or at least move to the side.
🏃 Immer weiter 👣