This is one of the latest fashion challenges in social networks. GPS drawing or "drawing GPS" uses a GPS application to create a drawing with the outline of your course by running, walking or pedaling. The triathlete Marine Leleu and cyclist Samuel Berthe were among the first to popularize this practice in recent months
a shark in Paris and
an elephant in Nantes. and
Nicolas Verdes, a Rennes cop who loves triathlon and running, has also died.
At the end of January, thanks to the request, the Breton runner had made a 34-kilometer journey through the streets of Paris
Strava. A great success that wanted him to try this experience in his city again. This Wednesday, Nicolas Verdes and one of his colleagues worked 23 km in the streets of
Rennes draws a Breton ermine.
An ermine repeating his next triathlon
Why an ermine? Because the symbol of Brittany is the next sporting destination of the Rennais. On 22 September, he will start the Parliament for a 333 km long triathlon through three sections of Brittany (Ille-et-Vilaine, Côtes-d'Armor and Morbihan): 73 km from Rennes to Saint-Malo, 20 km Swim between Saint-Malo and Saint-Cast-le-Guildo and finally 240 km bike to Rennes, past the famous Mûr-de-Bretagne.
A future GPS drawing in homage to Notre-Dame de Paris
A challenge that he named Hermione Race 333 and that he will perform in support of Les Poussin Doudous of the Rennes University Hospital.
Before that, Nicolas Verdes will be offering a new challenge on Monday with a 40km race in GPS GPS mode from Paris. His drawing? A tribute to the Blessed Mother who was burned on Monday night.