Participants are seen walking through a natural park during the world’s biggest multi-day walking event. The Four Days March (in Dutch 'Vierdaagse') is seen as the prime example of sportsmanship and international bonding between military servicemen and civilians from many different countries. After two years of cancellations, it was held again, but the first day was canceled due to warm temperatures, turning the four marches into three days marches. This is the 104 edition and the official total of walkers registered was 38,455 from 69 countries. They can choose to walk 30km, 40km, or 50km per

Participants are seen walking through a natural park during the world’s biggest multi-day walking event. The Four Days March (in Dutch 'Vierdaagse') is seen as the prime example of sportsmanship and international bonding between military servicemen and civilians from many different countries. After two years of cancellations, it was held again, but the first day was canceled due to warm temperatures, turning the four marches into three days marches. This is the 104 edition and the official total of walkers registered was 38,455 from 69 countries. They can choose to walk 30km, 40km, or 50km per Stock Photo
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4320 x 3240 px | 36.6 x 27.4 cm | 14.4 x 10.8 inches | 300dpi

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21 July 2022

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Participants are seen walking through a natural park during the world’s biggest multi-day walking event. The Four Days March (in Dutch 'Vierdaagse') is seen as the prime example of sportsmanship and international bonding between military servicemen and civilians from many different countries. After two years of cancellations, it was held again, but the first day was canceled due to warm temperatures, turning the four marches into three days marches. This is the 104 edition and the official total of walkers registered was 38, 455 from 69 countries. They can choose to walk 30km, 40km, or 50km per day.

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