Thursday, April 19, 2012

Karhu pieces and "Runners Wanted" contest

I recently wrote a few pieces for Karhu on the history of Finnish running in the United States. Both are part of the relaunch of the Karhu website, the launch of their Karhu Originals line and their upcoming "Runners Wanted" tour across the United States, where a few lucky runners will navigate a refurbished Airstream® across the country, stopping at retailers and road races along the way. I visited the Airstream® this past weekend at the Boston Marathon and it's very cool. More information on the contest is located here. Follow Karhu Running on Twitter here.

Here are the articles. Click below each intro for the full piece on Karhu's page.

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