A well-rounded event at the Weser: We congratulate all B2Run-participants!
8400 runners registered for the 29 May 2018 to start at the B2Run Bremen. It was an attendance record according to the organizers! 27 of our Springer-colleagues ran among them – so more than 10% of our staff took part.
All of our starters passed successfully the finish line in less than an hour. In total 4 runners (2 women and 2 men) of our company group reached the finish among the TOP100.
The best place was achieved by: Rolf Hommers, he finished as seventh (see results list)
Our group placing in detail:
Position 11 in the team rating for men
Position 17 for the most successful mixed team
Position 13 & 18 for two of our apprentices in the apprentice rating
The results are really something to be proud of. These placements are particularly impressive considering the average temperature of 30 degrees that evening. We take definitely pride in the performances of our running teams. They created by the way a lot of curiosity among many other colleagues for the next year.
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