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Trail Runner and Ski Mountaineer Kilian Jornet joins as Strava Pro

by Press Release
Thursday 20th November 2014
Tags  Strava   |   Strava Pro   |   Kilian Jornet
 
 

World’s most decorated trail runner uses Strava to log and share his activities

Kilian Jornet, seven-time Skyrunner World Mountain Running Series champion and ski mountaineering World Champion, has become a Strava Pro, uploading and sharing his activities with the platform’s members across the globe.

About Strava
Strava is the online network that connects the global community of athletes. Founded in 2009, millions of athletes have joined Strava for the competition and camaraderie found in tracking and sharing their fitness activities. The company’s free mobile apps and website help members discover and plan workouts, record and share activities, and analyse and compare performance. Strava’s ability to connect athletes around the world makes fitness a more social experience, providing extra motivation even when training alone.
www.strava.com

Jornet, who is a Suunto-Salomom athlete, joins the growing list of professional athletes who have signed up to Strava to log and share their training and races on the online social platform for athletes.

The most decorated trail runner on the planet, Jornet, is currently based in Chamonix, France. Strava members can now follow Kilian Jornet and be kept up to date with both his trail running and ski mountaineering training, as well as his unparalleled success in his chosen sports at: www.strava.com/pros/kilianjornet

“Strava is a really great tool as it allows me to share my adventures with a community of athletes,” said Kilian Jornet, “and to see and do some nice loops and trails in the regions I visit. The connection between Movescount and Strava makes it easy to share the trails I’m running and see the training that everybody is doing.”

Strava is the online network that connects the global community of athletes. Founded in 2009, millions of athletes have joined Strava for the competition and camaraderie found in tracking and sharing their fitness activities. 

Fans are given insight into how Strava Pros train to perform at the top of their sport. The platform’s social features include the ability to give and receive kudos and comments and share photos with pros.

Strava’s free mobile apps and website help members discover and plan workouts, record and share activities, and analyse and compare performance. Strava’s ability to connect athletes around the world makes fitness a more social experience, providing extra motivation even when training alone.

For more information, please visit www.strava.com

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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