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Dr. Schenk employees tackle the Munich B2Run 2017

..and the newest employee secures third place among Munich's fastest women!

Some of the Dr. Schenk B2Run team members (in yellow t-shirts) getting ready for the 6 km trail in the North of Munich

Some of the Dr. Schenk B2Run team members (in yellow t-shirts) getting ready for the 6 km trail in the North of Munich

Since its first realization in 2004, the B2 Corporate Run aims to build team spirit and enjoy success as a team while promoting active outdoor fun. Companies enter their team of runners led by the team captain and … run!

This year’s B2Run covers 17 cities throughout Germany between May and September with a stunning 195,000 runners from 9,500 companies on their feet. B2Run Munich 2017 featured a 6 km trail, leading runners from the Coubertinplatz in the North of Munich through parts of the Olympic Park, past the ice hockey stadium and the Olympic lake and finally the finishing line under the distinct roof of the Olympic stadium.

Dr. Schenk’s team of Inspection Experts comprised 61 runners with over half of the runners from the manufacturing department, followed by administration, R&D, sales and project management. Team captain Lothar Englert and co-captain Deike von Koss did a marvelous job of preparing and motivating the Dr. Schenk Inspection Experts, including a four months preparation phase with test runs and training of beginners who never before in their adult lives had run such a distance. The goal was simply to be part of this unique event and if possible, complete the trail.

And so they did: every team member completed the 6 km trail and the newest employee, Claire Perrin, secured third place among Munich's fastest women.  The Dr. Schenk team had a fantastic time celebrating their success. 

We are looking forward to participating at B2Run again in 2018.


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