This runner used Strava to write THIS in GPS…

As World Cup fever sweeps the nation, there’s three words you’ve probably heard on repeat for the past few weeks.

One runner, took things a step further, plotting his running route on Sunday morning to create GPS art of the words ‘It’s coming home’ on Strava, following England’s performance in the quarter finals on Saturday.

Using his seven mile run around Dalston, runner Felix Gott wrote out the message, before sharing his efforts on social media with the caption: “Hard run today. Hot, and kept getting distracted by all those gleaming jewels…#threelions #Eng #WorldCup #ItsComingHome.”

Plenty of runners praised Gott’s efforts, both for planning the route and taking the time to run it. Whether it will bring England luck on Wednesday, time will tell.

Earlier this year, to honour those who lost their lives in the Manchester Arena attack, ultra-runner Nathan Rae created Strava art of a heart around Manchester, with the letters ‘MCR’ in the centre, by running 67.4 miles. 

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