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Myrna Saliba

"Age is just a number"

Myrna Saliba (62), credits being diagnosed with "osteoporosis" for her sports career. From huffing and puffing running 3 minutes in a row at 8km/h in 2000, the multinational athlete went on to run over 20+ marathons, discovered ironman, and set her eyes on even bigger goals: ultratriathlon. In 2019, Myrna will attempt her longest race ever: The Quintuple in Switzerland.

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Myrna Saliba
Myrna Saliba (62), credits being diagnosed with "osteoporosis" for her sports career. From huffing and puffing running 3 minutes in a row at 8km/h in 2000, the multinational athlete went on to run over 20+ marathons, discovered ironman, and set her eyes on even bigger goals: ultratriathlon. In 2019, Myrna will attempt her longest race ever: The Quintuple in Switzerland.
Eva Hürlimann
APRIL 5, 2018 | INTERVIEW

Eva Hürlimann: "Doing sports for five days is pure joy"

Eva Hürlimann is the first Swiss woman to participate in a QUINTUPLE ultratriathlon. At the same time she wants to break the current world record ....

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Mark Hohe-Dorst
AUGUST 5, 2018 | INTERVIEW

Mark Hohe-Dorst will take part in the DECA Continuous for the second time in 2018. In addition to sports, the German athlete likes to deal with figures and statistics...

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Laurent Quignette aka
JUNE 10, 2018 | INTERVIEW

Laurent Quignette aka "Bretzel Man" won the DECA ultra triathlon in Mexico 2017 – only a few weeks after his third place at the DECA in Switzerland. This year, he....

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