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Many think it is impossible to finish a marathon in under 2 hours, but revolutionary Pebax Powered® technology will surely be there when those people are proven wrong!

Can the marathon world record be smashed?

Recently, Runner's World Magazine highlighted the Pebax Powered® shoe that may accomplish a feat no human even thought possible - a full 26.2 mile (42.2km) marathon in under 2 hours.  On May 6, 2017, Eliud Kipchoge finished just 25 seconds short of the goal.  This prompted Men's Journal to state that this lightweight Pebax® Foam is "revolutionizing running shoes."

Highest goal scorer of the UEFA Euro 2016!

Goallllll! Nearly two-thirds of the players at the UEFA Euro 2016 were wearing Pebax Powered® shoes, and in the final match scored 62% of all goals and delivered 60% of all passes leading to goals! It's all about the light weight and outstanding energy return. The professionals know this!

Usain Bolt broke the 100m world record in Beijing in 2008, then again in 2009 while wearing the Pebax Powered® Puma Complete Theseus II running spikes

Gold medals and world records

In Beijing in 2008, Usain Bolt struck gold in the 100-meter dash in 9.69 seconds. Hundreds of millions of viewers watched the Jamaican sprinting star kiss his legendary ultra-lightweight Pebax Powered® Puma Complete Theseus II spikes. A year later, he laced up the same shoes to break his own world record in 9.58 seconds at the Berlin 12th IIAF World Championships in Athletics.

Pebax Powered® Athletes

Pebax Powered® athletes stretch their limits - and share their stories. Whether cycling to the top of Elbrus, or taking on the world's toughest road race, these athletes are an inspiration to us all. Watch their videos, follow their social media, and become inspired... then tell us your story!

Axel Le Palabe living the dream!

Slopestyle became an Olympic discipline in the Sochi Winter Games in 2014. Skiers or snowboarders have to perform the highest number of acrobatic tricks possible on a course dotted with obstacles. It’s the kind of sport that young freestyler Axel Le Palabe lives for. After winning two slopestyle ski titles (junior and senior) in Val Thorens in April 2016, Axel is now on the cusp of the elite and dreams of taking part in the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Team France BadWater 2017!

French extreme runner Patrick Hameau doesn’t shy away from a challenge. He’s racked up no less than 40 ultra trail running races and several adventure races. He decided to take on the world’s toughest foot race: the Badwater Ultramarathon. This superhuman challenge is run in mid-July the sweltering heat of Death Valley, California, averaging 40°C/105°F. Runners have to complete 220 km (136 miles) in under 48 hours, with 4,000 meters cumulative ascent and 1,500 meters cumulative descent — quite a feat for the most extreme runner!