The finest runners gather in Valencia for the World Half Marathon Championships – feeling their best

28 March, 2018 - Categories: Sport

Feel your best. Fast. So many world-class athletes run to the Human Tecar beat, our familiar slogan could well be the soundtrack to all major track & field events – Valencia 2018 being a case in point.

On Saturday, March 24th, the Spanish city saw several friends of Human Tecar crowd the podium: 27-year-old Netsanet Gudeta Kebede from Ethiopia set the Women’s Only World Record of 66:11 – cheered by Gianni Demadonna, her manager since 2013 –, ahead of silver medalist Joyceline Jepkosgei from Kenya. Both athletes’ daily routine at the respective training camps includes Human Tecar, making the most of the months of intensive preparation before a race.

As for the men, Geoffrey Kamworor bagged gold, Aron Kifle bronze, with the constant support of Global Sports Communication, Julia García Fernández and – naturally – Human Tecar.

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