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The SAYSKY athletes performed quite well this past weekend with both victories, course records and PB's on the race menu. Tom Gröschel (on the cover picture) took home the victory at the Hannover Half Marathon in a time of 65:25. Not bad after all, considering that he's preparing for the German Marathon Championships in a few weeks time.
Read about how a handful of the other SAYSKY athletes performed - just below the pictures:
Simon Stützel was battling the elements at the German Half Marathon Championships in Freiburg, where he ran a new and impressive 64:44 PB. It was tactical race, with a challenging course and horrible weather conditions. Regardless, the final 10k were finished in a blazing 29:35.
Julie Frøslev Mathisen just recently joined the SAYSKY athlete team and she had a pretty good day, at her first real race of the year. Half marathon PB in Berlin in a fast time of 1:16:09. Welcome onboard. We can't wait to keep up with you.
Finally, long-time SAYSKY athlete and 2020 Olympic triathlon aspirant Emil Holm, had another fast day at the office. Emil set a new course record and 5k PB in Copenhagen, with a time of 14:50. Elegant on the move as always.
You can check out the full SAYSKY athlete roster right here.
Simon is the current Danish national marathon champion and very soon he’ll be off to the World Athletics Half Marathon in Gdynia, Poland on October 17 – representing the national team for the first time. We had a talk with Simon about his training ambitions and what it means to have a family, full-time job and run at an elite level at the same time.
Many events have been cancelled this year, but that doesn’t stop us from running - it’s time for another #sayskyracing challenge! So let’s unite the SAYSKY worldwide running tribe and hit the roads from across the world! Starting October 15 at 10.00am CEST, we’ll give you 24h to rack up as much mileage as possible together.
Everything Earned is a motivational statement and testament that in running, nothing happens by luck nor by miracles. It takes dedication and hard work. And no one can take this away from you or say otherwise if they look into your training-log. It was you who ran the miles and it was you who put in all the effort.
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