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Why did I sign up for this?


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Here is a video to cheer you up if you’re feeling lazy or just want to have laugh. I think I’m not the only one here who have gone through these 8 stages while running!

/Sally

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I depend on the kindness of strangers


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The youth is our future. They will take over what we leave after us. To be able to do so, it’s essential to have the fundamental needs provided in life, in this case, a place. A place to call home, a place where you can recharge your batteries through sleep for the next day’s challenges and accomplishments.

This video shows how a group of people helps young men and women to escape homelessness through running. Maybe it’s something you would like to do or it can be an inspiration do to social good through running.

#Runner4Runner

/Sally

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Bhaag Milkha Bhaag!


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Milkha Singh also known as The flying Sikh and was an Indian track and field sprinter. He first came across the sport when he served in the Indian military. He’s a sport icon in his country and is described as “the finest athlete India has ever produced”. Even though he was orphaned after witnessing his parents and siblings getting killed, lived under low-life circumstances and had a tough childhood he never gave up. He broke the Indian national record during 400 metres final at the 1960 Olympic Games and held that record for almost 40 years!

I have linked a clip from the movie Bhaag Milkha Bhaag for inspiration. Sorry for the missing english subtitles. If you really want to see it with english subtitles, subscribe and I’ll try to help you 🙂 I hope you like it because I love it!

/Sally

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New Editor!


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“Anyone can run downhill, not many people can run up”

New year, new me? Isn’t what we all say every year? But let’s change it a little bit! New year, new achievements! Maybe new running shoes for your runner soul? Maybe this year is the year! To prove to yourself that you can do this even if it’s is your first time or if you want to improve your running in general. New records to break, new hills to take down, new streets to discover.

This year Runner’s Voice will give you new stories to follow, of course with high quality, inspiring and encouraging for all sorts of personalities.

Runner’s Voice starts the year with a new editor, me, Sally Altaie. I’ll do my absolutely best to present a website full of inspirational clips, thoughts and tips for all you runners out there.

Keep them feet occupied!

/Sally
 

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An Alaskan Mile


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Running a four-minute mile in Alaska had prior to this videos release never been done. If it’s been done afterwards or not is for you to find out by watching the video!

/Lukas

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Inside Kenya


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Kenya has dominated most marathons for quite a few years now. In this short film we get an insiders look in to the culture of a place called Iten, a place that has created some of histories best runners to date.

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Portrait of a Runner – Grant Davis


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Today we feature a video made by Sean Slobodan, featuring his friend Grant Davis.
Sean himself describes Grant as follows: “…probably the smartest friend that I have. He can find meaning to just about everything. If he decides to do something, he’ll do it right, and then he’ll tell you all about why it matters.”

Enjoy!

/Lukas

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Why We Run – Salomon Running


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In this episode of Salomon Running TV we follow Bernd Heinrich, a retired professor living in the middle of the woods in Western Maine. In this episode we get to a look back at what Heinrich has achieved throughout his life (including several running records).

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Mo Farah – Smile


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Sir Mohamed Muktar Jama Farah, otherwise known as “Mo”, is a british-somalian distance runner. Except for his excellence in running, Farah is also known for his cheerful demeanor. In this ad, Nike showcases both of Farahs’ trademarks.

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