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Here's your chance to win the SAYSKY Aero Suit 3.0 - all you need to do is to guess the correct finish time of the SAYSKY founder, Lars C. Pedersen, as he takes on Xiamen 70.3 on Sunday, November 18.
Lars is an avid and very passionate triathlete with numerous 70.3's and full Ironman distances to his name. He's also competed at the World Championships on Hawaii a few years ago, after which he switched the focus to running.
However, now he's back in the game. He raced the 70.3 Shanghai just a couple of weeks ago, with a 4h41m finish time. Despite this being somewhat off his 4h15m PB, it was still enough to qualify him for the 2019 World Championships in Nice. Now the question is - how will he do on Sunday?
Lars C. Pedersen crossing the 70.3 Shanghai finish line in a time of 4h41m just a couple of weeks ago.
Read below to see what you need to do to take part:
The race starts November 18, 01.00 CET. For more info about the race, then head over the official event site.
If Lars manages to beat his 4h41m time from Shanghai 70.3, we'll celebrate with a 30% discount code for the SAYSKY Aero Suit 3.0. This will be announced on all of our SoMe accounts, so stay tuned for more info and hope that he'll do better this time around.
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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