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Valentí Sanjuan

If you’re looking for a symbol of strength, hope, and perseverance, Valentí  San Juan is your man. He began his career as a regular journalist, but when the crisis took place and he was laid off from his job he found himself at a cross road. 677 kata lagi

Journalism

Valentí Sanjuan

Valentí Sanjuan’s visit to class was a very interesting look into the possibilities of social media. Valentí is entirely self-made. After pursuing a career in journalism and radio over fifteen years ago and before social media existed as a platform, he has since evolved himself into an internet star. 676 kata lagi

Journalism 2.0

Valentí Santjuan

Santjuan is a journalist who has used his passion, strength and determination to compete in many strenuous events. He started off running marathons and almost a dozen ironmans (which consist of a 3.86 km swim, 180.25 km bike ride and a 42.20 km run… without a break). 450 kata lagi

Barcelona

The Story of Perseverance: Valentí Sanjuan

Life has many ups and downs. It’s important to not let too many hardships keep you down. There is always something good to look forward to.   494 kata lagi

Journalism 2.0

Ultramans, Ironmans, and Marathons

Guest speaker Valentí Sanjuan is well known for his passion for competing in ultramans (2), ironmans (10), marathons, and other extreme sport competitions (and I thought I was crazy for running a half marathon..). 523 kata lagi

School

TV Review: Ultraman 80 (1980-1981)

Original Run: April 2nd, 1980 – March 25th, 1981 (Japan)
Created by: Tsuburaya Productions
Directed by: various
Written by: various
Music by: Tōru Fuyuki
Cast: 349 kata lagi

Reviews

Anywhere But Home, Anu Vaidyanathan

It comes naturally, comparing Anu Vaidyanathan’s memoir to Haruki Murakami’s What I Talk about When I Talk about Running.  For both of them, being an amateur triathlete has been a means of self-discovery rather than a pursuit of glory or fame. 1.124 kata lagi

Books