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Have not seen you on this site for quite some time. Everything OK?
I had a great time at the Special Olympics USA Games last week.
Join us in Geneva to experience sustainable and joyfull running.
Hello Barefoot TJ
My name is Harry and I am a student at the University of Sheffield. On the 12th June, I will be completing a barefoot 10km run in aid of the charity Kit4Kenya. I decided to organise this barefoot run as it ties in with the children we are raising money for in Kenya.
I'm aware I don't have a lot of time but if you (or anyone else) have any advice for training etc. please get in touch.
The best place to ask would be the Barefoot & Minimalist Running forum (https://www.thebarefootrunners.org/forums/barefoot-minimalist-running.8/). Good luck to you! -TJ
IBRD2022 in Geneva with these logos and poster
Hi Bjorn, I write to you because TJ told me that you could be willing to "organize" the IBRD2022. Just in case, I want to tell you that I am organizing an IBRD2022 event here in Geneva, on May 1st.
I have made a poster and a tentative logo for the event. It is less fancy than the previous ones but at least it exists now.
Easy, Light, Smooth, Filled with Joy and Curiosity.
Easy, Light, Smooth, Filled witb Joy and Curiosity
Love Feet Love Movement
Love the Asphalt Technician avatar, Lee!
Where should this go?
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How about the Barefootedness forum? Thank you for sharing.
I am new to this site, after 6mths minimalist running I am looking to progress to barefoot running. Is there any groups in north England?
I've been running in minimal shoes for a year - and I've discovered a new passion. Alas, I've also hurt my heel by landing on a stone :(
Hi Tyler, do you walk Barefoot 24/7 like I do?
Not a whole lot. Mostly when I can. Weather permitting
Are you still walking Barefoot?
Sorry I just saw your question!
The answer is YES I’m still in my Barefeet 24/7! How about you?
Did a shirtless barefoot run a couple times. Feels pretty great.
May in Vermont is perfect for barefooting.