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ROO Video – From Sunrise to Sunset: ROO Runs in Dubrovnik

I recently returned from two weeks in Dubrovnik, Croatia, visiting with my grandfather and extended family. Dubrovnik is a medieval walled city, built on the side of a mountain range, overlooking the Adriatic Sea. Although it is a summer-goers paradise, it is not the easiest place for a continuous run, as it is filled with hills and stairs. The majority of my runs in Dubrovnik were on a 1-mile paved walking path that hugged the coastline, overlooking the old city walls. There were two options for running on this road: run up hill for a mile and then run down …

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ROO Video: Super Mom

Some people dream of meeting superwoman, but I know a super mom. Amory Rowe is one of the most accomplished, hardworking, loving, and strong woman that I know. I feel honored to call her a mentor, friend, and running partner. She recently won her first race as a Masters’ athlete and this short film provides a snapshot into race day and her super mom and running powers. Music: “Celtic Heart” by Todd Boston

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ROO Video: Lokrum Island Trail Run

This past summer, I had the privilege of spending three weeks in Dubrovnik, Croatia with my maternal grandparents who are from and live there. From the window of my bedroom, I would look out at the Adriatic Sea with Lokrum Island in the foreground. I took my first GoPro excursion on Lokrum, recording the ferry ride and trail run around the island. In my efforts to wish away winter, I decided to revisit my Lokrum footage and share my adventure with all of you. Music by Lord Huron, “Time to Run”

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ROO Video: The Journey to Entoto

The Yaya Girls journeyed to Entoto for a challenging workout. They live at 8,858 feet in Sululta, Ethiopia, however wanted the higher altitude of over 10,000 feet for their kilometer reps. Their workout consisted of 4k, 3k, 2k with 2 minutes rest in between on a hilly field loop. In order to get to Entoto, the Yaya Girls traveled around 90 minutes by minibus and foot. They did not cool down after their workout since they had an over 90 minute walk back through the forest. The Yaya Girls not only train hard on a daily basis, but also study …

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