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GSC is a management agency representing world class athletes. We are also active as hosts of athletic events and are specialists in marketing and sponsoring.
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Runner's World NL May 18
Tip 3: Deze training is essentieel voor meer snelheid! 💥
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Orlando Ortega wins the 110mH in 13.27 before Omar McLeod and Freddie Critenden at the World Challenge Nanjing.
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Bashir Abdi May 20
Vree wijze huldiging in Gent 🙏🏽
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Eliud Kipchoge May 18
I see the marathon not as a race against my opponents. For me, it's a race against the distance and time.
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Eliud Kipchoge May 21
Recovery sessions before we start training again.
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Global Sports Comm May 17
Follow for a training as she goes through her final preparations for ! 🇳🇱🇨🇳
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DLShanghai May 15
Saturday we celebrate our 10 year anniversary with the greatest athletes in the world. Make sure to tune in!
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NN Running Team May 14
Let’s introduce the team behind our athletes in a race week. Find out more about their respective roles:
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NN Running Team May 13
Coaches' corner with Addy Ruiter: “It is important in training that there is a right balance between professionalism and fun."
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Global Sports Comm May 11
Geoffrey Kamworor wins in a new CR of 44.53!
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Eliud Kipchoge May 10
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Global Sports Comm May 9
Proud of our collaboration with . With their support our & athletes can travel safely to events in comfort!
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Chris Froome May 7
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Global Sports Comm May 7
Congrats to reigning world champion Geoffrey Kirui, Selly Chepyego and Laban Korir for being selected to represent Kenya at on the marathon.
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Paul Chelimo🇺🇸🥈🥉 May 5
Already submitting my resume to be one of the pacers for at the ....I hope I get the job😜...Gotta be part of history in the making🤣
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INEOS 1:59 Challenge May 5
"⏱️ Marathon World Record breaker 🥇 Olympic Gold Medal holder 🏆 Won 11 of the 12 marathons he's competed is the greatest marathon runner of all time - and ready to take on the Challenge
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Eliud Kipchoge May 5
Two years ago in Monza the world got to 26 seconds from breaking the last milestone in athletics. This fall I want to break this barrier. Follow the journey on as I attempt to rewrite history.
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Global Sports Comm May 5
The last great barrier in modern athletics, and the greatest marathon runner of all time. will attempt to break the two-hour barrier in the Challenge later this year. No human is limited.
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Global Sports Comm May 5
Aychew Bantie runs a new PB of 2:06:23 and finishes 3rd at the Prague marathon!
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NN Running Team May 5
How do our athletes outrun self doubt?
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