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    Oh, I was surprised when I got the message from a friend that I am in the local newspaper EXTRA TIPP again. A nice follow up. Thanks! Pictures by: Christiane Kappes

    Jungle Marathon: After the race: Stage 5 – 6

      After the race everyone who dropped out or finished the 121km went by boat to an amazing beach. We stayed there for 2 nights and I waited excited for my team to come in from the night stage. In…

    Jungle Marathon diary: stage 4, end of 121km race

    Tired but with an excitement in my chest I woke up the next morning. Oh, what a short night, especially when you wake up a few times just because you need a toilet. My feet hurt and I tried to…

    Jungle diary: 3rd Stage

    It was still dark and very early in the morning when I heard the first people packing their belongings together. Getting ready was mostly 1,5 – 2 hours before the start. Getting the hammock down, having breakfast and packing the…

    Jungle Marathon diary: 2nd Stage

    Oh, I was so nervous that morning but I was very happy that I managed the hills so well. I basically started more in the back as I knew the strong runners would overtake my anyway. Most of the time…

    Jungle diary: 1st Stage

    Successfully I finished the first stage of the Jungle Marathon.  It felt amazing and I was proud! We started not too early, 7:30am on the dot. The focus on the first day was on hills, hills and hills. Everyone tried…

    Jungle Marathon diary: Before the race

    We finally arrived in Santarém, Brazil, after being nearly 24h on the move. From the airport we drove ca. 30 min to Alter Do Chao to get on the boat for the 10 hour overnight tour to the first base…

    Sabine’s Jungel MarathonTagebuch: 4. Etappe

    Die Nacht war kurz und nach nur ein paar Stunden Schlaf packte ich meine 7 Sachen zusammen. Mittlerweile schon routiniert viel es mir leichter nur das Essen hab ich kaum runter bekommen. Der Magen war nervös, aber vor allem konnte…

    Sabine’s Jungel Tagebuch: 3. Etappe

    Es war Stockdunkel und um mich herum fing es an zu rascheln. Der naechste Morgen des Rennens hatte begonnen und die ersten Mitstreiter begannen ihre Sachen zusammen zupacken. Etwa 1,5 bis 2 Stunden vor Start begannen die Vorbereitungen wie Haengematte…


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