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Hurry up! Your Keytrade Bank Great Europe Run awaits.

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Are you performing better when having set yourself a target? One way or another getting to a milestone gives us that extra edge. That is the reason why we have organised the Keytrade Bank Great Europe Run challenge. That and the fact that we are giving away a nice prize.

Lots of us have rediscovered walking and running during the lockdown as a healthy pastime. As it was one of the few things that were admitted, it inspired the Golazo's platform <Keep Moving to coming up with a challenge. Why not divide a 100 kilometres over a limited period and give people a chance to virtually travel to some of the old continent's most beautiful cities.

Looking at reality with a new set of eyes and searching for alternatives have become our second nature over the past couple of months. How to get from Brussels to Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Rome , Madrid, Paris and back to Brussels without an ecological footprint? You've already guessed it of course ... by completing the Keytrade Bank Great Europe Run .

“Citytripping while running, it does show a resemblance to our Urban Trail Series. We have had to cancel a couple of editions of that series as a result of the Covid -19 measures. However, together with Golazo we hope to offer people an alternative with this virtual challenge”, says Steven De Backer, Head of Communication & Activation and driving force behind the Keytrade Bank Running Team, “Participate with family and friends, gather these postcards and, who knows, you might win a city trip for 2 people worth € 1,000."

What are you waiting for? Go to Keep Moving and follow the instructions. Time flies and before you know it is already August 31st.

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