DEATH ESCAPE Kenyan marathoner outruns dangerous animals in America

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Athletic skills saved life for a Kenyan marathoner in in Auburn, Maine.

Kenyan marathon athlete Felix Marube Moninda used his skills to outpace two dangerous black bears and saved his life on Wednesday.

The marathoner, who stays in America, met the two animals while training around Auburn University in the morning and dashed down to a nearby house for safety.

He admitted that he could not fight the animals going by their danger and had to make a quick decision which was to run.

 

“I saw them crossing [the road]. When they spotted me, they stopped and I stopped,” he told the Lewiston-Auburn Sun Journal.

“I had to make a quick decision: either to climb up this tree or to run back or run to the lake because I was not going to fight them."

“I’ve been running this road for four years. I’ve never thought of meeting a bear here,” he added.

Marube is known for, among other titles, the Santa Barbara Marathon championship in Southern California.

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