Inspiration

Inspiration

Run 2 Remember is founded based on a strong believe that regular running/walking in nature can have as much impact (or even more) as medication on a persons mental health.
On this page you can find interviews, blogs, vlogs or other publications and inspiring stories. 
They can for sure be inspiring to read or listen to during your own walk & run with grief.

Run2Remember

370 km – max. 108 hours – 11.500m elevation In July 2021, Serge will participate in the Tusker Run. The Tusker is a 230 Mile (370km), non stop, self navigated, semi-supported ultra trail

Run2Remember

Gina Young, of Viola, Ill., trains for the Quad Cities Marathon’s half-marathon in the cemetery where her son, John-Michael Perry, is buried. The 20-year-old died Aug. 3, 2016, after falling out of a

Run2Remember

A Church of England minister who recently completed his first half-marathon at the age of 61 says he took up running as an “act of defiance” against grief. Reverend Philip Sourbut completed the Great

Run2Remember

Dr. Thomas explores the effect of ultrarunning on persevering after loss. Dr. Brian Thomas is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Saginaw Valley State University where he teaches and does research on global

Run2Remember

22° In Flanders Fields Marathon –  20/09/’20 at 10am No belgian marathon event is more about commemoration than the In Flanders Fields marathon. On the battlefield of WWI all participants will remember the

Run2Remember

On June 6th 2020 Serge and Emanuele would have participated in the 200km estafette Garmin team trail in Spain. Unfortunately, due to Covid19 the Garmin trail 2020 was cancelled.  But instead of just cancelling