Marines shatter speed march record for charity

Marines shatter speed march record for charity
Marines shatter speed march record for charity

By delivering this achievement, the force wants to raise money for cancer research and alleviate the suffering of colleagues who are seriously ill, NH Nieuws reports.

On the website of world record speed marches, the Marines also write that they want to show what they stand for: connection, strength and dedication, “whereby individual performance is always secondary to the performance of the unit”.

The team of (former) marines trained six to eight times a week for the speed marathon for a year. The runners were between 22 and 54 years old.

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