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Tina Staub’s island tour challenge : 275 km
28 August 2020
Tina Staub’s island tour challenge : 275 km completed in 68.5 hours and over Rs 210,000 raised!

She did it! Tina Staub, the ultra-trailer, completed her island tour challenge for a good cause in 68.5 hours and raised over Rs 210,000 for NGO Chrysalide found at Bambous. This determined lady has set up a personal challenge; a 275 km running challenge across the coastal roads of the island to raise awareness and funds for NGO Chrysalide. The departure was held on the 28th of August at 2 p.m at SPARC, UNICITI and ended on Monday at 8: 30 a.m, still at SPARC where she trains regularly and where she also works as a personal life coach.

Tina Staub started in sports about 7 years ago. She discovered trail as a discipline about 4 years ago. From short tracks to longer tracks, the athlete has evolved over the years into an ultra-distance runner. ‘I have a real passion for trail running; trails offer a real connection to nature. I love being in the mountains’, confesses Tina.

To prepare herself for this meaningful challenge, Tina has been training intensively at SPARC.

Click here to learn more about her charity challenge: Click on the link below : https://www.smallstepmatters.org/projets/soulagement-de-la-pauvrete/ref-106385-tour-de-maurice-run-275-km/

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