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Incredible Strava art from Welsh runners

by Press Release
Friday 14th April 2017
Tags  Strava   |   Strava art
Take a look at this incredible Strava art. Two runners, Martyn Driscoll and Alan Stone, ran over marathon distance to draw the GPS outline of a giant Welsh Dragon, using Strava, the social network for athletes.

Strava dragon

Strava art, or the activity of creating outlines using GPS, has seen growing popularity in recent years; with anything from marriage proposals to Darth Vader drawings being created by runners and cyclists across the globe.
Their 28-mile route in Upper Brynamman, Carmarthenshire, took the two runners over eight hours to complete.

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