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Indigenous Woman Wins 50 Kilometer Ultra-Marathon in Sandals

High quality running equipment and gear might be the deciding factor for winning a marathon. However, an indigenous woman from Mexico beat all odds, winning an ultra-marathon in a pair of sandals made from recycled tire rubber. María Lorena Ramírez, a 22-year-old indigenous woman, came in first place in the female category in the Ultra Trail Cerro […]

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Nobody’s Photographed Fukushima Since Meltdown… Until Now

In the March of 2011, an earthquake rocked Japan. The tsunami that followed lead to meltdowns in the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. A rapid evacuation took place and an exclusion zone surrounding the reactor was set up with strict regulations for anyone wishing to enter it. Since the disaster, international attention has zeroed in […]