Sometimes social media can bring out the best in us.
Marc Whittaker, who lives in Helsinki, Finland and works at Suunto HQ, ran to work the other day. When he was getting ready for lunch he got a shock most of us have experienced – his credit card was missing! Just moments later a stranger commented on the morning run Marc logged in Strava, asking if he had lost something. It turned out a fellow athlete had found Marc’s card!
"I was cycling to work, noticed some plastic cards on the cycle path and picked them up. After getting to work I googled his name, and got a possible match. I also found him on Strava – and on top of that his morning run details. Using Strava Flyby it was easy to see that he had ran over the spot where I found the cards," says Karri Holopainen.
Thanks for your honesty and your creative approach, Karri! It definitely feels good to know there’s this kind of trust and camaraderie out on the trails. Let’s keep it that way!
Have an awesome weekend, everyone!
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More #suuntocompatible partners are joining the party! 🔺
Now your Suunto watch also works with AdventureLog.io, Health Sync, Healthy Living, Nolio and Suda.
The partners offer a range of features and functionalities all the way from training planning & analysis to tracking your performance and sharing your training to the communities you belong.⠀⠀⠀
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