Twittereople spread love for sports on Global Running Day

Twittereople spread love for sports on Global Running Day

New Delhi: Twitter is flooding with messages from across the world, with users sharing their love for sports on the occasion of Global Running Day.

The day has resulted in some hilarious, some motivating, and some interesting tweets being shared on the micro-blogging site.

Here are some of the most interesting ones:

Kara Goucher, American long-distance runner, wrote, “This 9 year old version of me could never have imagined where running would take me. To college on a scholarship, to 2 Olympics, 4 World Teams, countless friendships, help her find her strength and passion. She had no idea. ??Where has running taken you? #GlobalRunningDay”, while sharing a picture of herself from her childhood.

One user posted, “Running has brought me out of my darkest moments and into my happiest. I’ve met the most amazing people because of it, and I couldn’t be more thankful. Running isn’t just a hobby, it’s a part of who I am. ??????????#GlobalRunningDay”.

Kenyan athlete, Wilson Kipsang, posted, “Global Running Day! Have a happy one everybody. Keep smiling no matter the distance! #globalrunningday #teamVolare @adidasrunning”.

One post read, “”Nothing hurts more, but is so rewarding at the same time.” Here I am at mile 25.2 of my hometown’s annual marathon event. Where my love for running all began. #GlobalRunningDay”.

Dominique Blake, the track and field athlete of Jamaican descent, wrote, “The truth is, there’s just a different level of discipline that goes into the dedication of being a runner. Shout out to all the runners around the world ??. #globalrunningday ??????#dominiqueblake #dvb”.

One user posted, “Dear running, You are one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. You continually remind me how slow, painful, and ugly the process is, but on the other side you give me strength, confidence, and space. Please never change. Cheers to you on this #GlobalRunningDay!”.

A user shared, “My first race was the 50-yard dash in the 1st grade in 1980. I lost. Came back in the 2nd grade and took first place. Haven’t stopped since. #globalrunningday”.

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Another user shared, “For #GlobalRunningDay, I give you my greatest running inspiration: my parents. In their fifties, having just finished their first ultramarathon. Everything is possible. #Believe”.

“I found running. Not by choice. But through chance and discovery. I never thought running could transform my life in the way it has! Everybody can run. You just have to find your own way of putting one foot in front of the other as fast as you can! Happy #GlobalRunningDay”, one user shared.

One tweet read, “TODAY IS GLOBAL RUNNING DAY #GlobalRunningDay”.

ANI