So, is running 100 km a realistic target?
Last year, Lemawork Ketema ran against the world and won. The 29-year-old Ethiopian became the inaugural wings for Life World Run champion, running 78.57 km (48.83 miles) in just over five hours in the race that began in Donataul, Donautal Austria. There were another 33 races across 32 countries, and almost 36, 000 runners. Ketema was the last one to be caught by a ´catcher car`, which runners strive to stay ahead of; when it reaches them, they´re, eliminated. He lives in Austria in conditions that are far from ideal. But he intends to defend his title in May – and thinks he´ll go further.
Read more – The Red Bulletin: Page 56
So, is running 100 km a realistic target? “Schaffen Sie dieses Jahr 100 Kilometer, Lemawork Ketema?” Interview von Werner Jessner!
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