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There are few plaudits that can be used to describe the incredible performances of ultra-runner Anne-Marie Flammersfeld that haven't been lavished on her already. But it’s hard not to try.
Traditionally, in mythology and folklore whenever you hear the word ‘hero’ it generally referred to an archetype of superhuman qualities (and often semi-divine origin), whose exploits and dealings with the gods were the subject of ancient Greek myths and legends. Meanwhile, in today’s culture, ‘hero’ has taken on a slightly different meaning. More often than not, you’ll hear it in the same context as the word ‘super’ – and images of ridiculously good-looking, be-caped, brave individuals who are almost perfect, always putting others first and who can do no wrong, spring to mind. And these superheroes always save the day, regardless of what life throws at them.
If there’s a litmus test for judging whether or not someone is a legend in the world of running, it might include some of the following criteria: Will they be remembered for years to come? Have they left an indelible imprint on the sport? Did they touch people’s lives? Have they pushed the boundaries and changed perceptions? In the case of Frank Bozanich, few could deny his status as a true running legend. Certainly not us.
Developed in collaboration with some of the world’s most
elite athletes – who have worn, tested the jacket.