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RomaOstia Half Marathon

Laura Bistrot 1) When did you start running? I’ve started running a long time ago. My first memories are related to the running races of the primary school. At that time I used to follow my dad in all the races of our neighborhood, mountain races and marathons and sometimes, […]

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Eat pasta run fasta!

Reading time: 3 minutes There comes a time in every runner’s career when you decide to test yourself and live a unique experience. So, you go on the web site race, you fill out the form and register for your first half marathon of your life. From now on, there will be […]

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Living in the Anthropocene

Have you ever asked yourself which is the most present material in the world of running? In the last few years plastic has powerfully entered the world of sports and of running in particular. Shoes and gear lighter and lighter, training tracks and security devices have allowed athletes to improve their […]

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Green, Smart, Respectful

“A masterwork of green construction industry, capable to match the best international standards and elevate Rome to the same level as the big capital cities in the world”. In the middle of the prestigious district of Parioli, in a definitely privileged position, the residences of Palazzo Pitagora rise up, and […]

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Help me, I have Shin Splints!

Often runners find themselves fighting annoying and recurring pains in their tibia, especially as they increase the number of kilometers they run. The diagnosis (often found by “Dr. Google”) that is most frequently found in these cases is: shin splints. What are shin splints? Shin splints are an inflammation affecting […]

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OH OH OH!

It’s that time of the year again: Holy Christmas! The holiday we all love and hate at the same time, the one that makes us feel a genuine happiness mixed with anxiety, because “ohmygod Christmas is in two days and I still haven’t bought any present!” Always. The. Same. Story. […]

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#5. Ginger, our best friend!

  Can you feel it? It’s coming. It’s just around the corner. SUMMER. The season made of ice creams, swimsuites and shorts. And we don’t want to be catched unprepared again, do we? It’s time to make that belly made of months of culinary pleasures disappear, and start a little […]

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Sodoma and Gomorra, pt. 2

Seoul is collocated by the sea, and it is changing rapidly. On 1988 and the city which hosted the Summer Olympics, is not yet the Korean capital, at least not officially, but it is the most populous center of the whole peninsula and its Stock Exchange is an important commercial […]

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