Su di me:
Sono a quasi 150 tra maratone e ultra, corse in diversi continenti del mondo. Ho corso 7 volte la 100 km del passatore e vari ultra trail in montagna. Ho partecipato come pacemaker a molti eventi e durante uno di questi ho scoperto la magia Polar, ho corso nelle maggiori maratone e mezze maratone italiane e ho capito che correre con lo scopo di dare una mano ad altri condividendo felicità e fatica è un altro modo per vivere le emozioni dei primi traguardi e di dare ciò che si è ricevuto.
Una curiosità su di me:
I was the spokesperson for Sports Authority, starring in 68 National commercials.
Momento sportivo più imbarazzante:
When I was pulled up to varsity basketball during sectionals as a freshman in high school the only shorts available for me were two sizes too big and they fell down when I went up for my first shot as a varsity player.
Momento sportivo più importante:
Getting my personal record in the Boston Marathon in 2019 with a time of 2 hours and 55 minutes. That Heartbreak Hill is no joke!
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