Runner Raises Support for Animal Shelters with 3 Barefoot Marathons By The Tennessee Tribune
BADALONA, Spain — A Spanish long-distance runner has completed three marathons barefoot to help raise support and awareness for local animal shelters.
Dr. Daniel Amo, who teaches at Ramon Llull University and lives in Badalona with his wife and two daughters, has had a passion for sports and running his entire life. He told Zenger News that he has been running barefoot for a year after starting to remove protective layers from his feet four years ago as a form of physical therapy to relieve pain.
Dr. Daniel Amo has had a passion for sports and running his entire life and has been running barefoot for a year now. To continue reading, please visit:...
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Will You Run to Help Raise Sexual Violence Awareness? By Samantha Khoo, www.RunSociety.com
An athlete from Australia, Claire McFarlane, rowed at the national level. She also competed in the Australian National Championship when she was 18-years-old.
Back then, she did not enjoy running. This all changed in 1999 when Claire was raped in Paris while living there as a foreign student. In 2009, 10 years after the ordeal, the French Police caught the assailant through DNA. Claire identified the man in a line up, and the horrific memories of that fateful night came flooding back. To continue reading, please visit: https://www.runsociety.com/inspiration/run-to-help-raise-sexual-violence-awareness/...