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Suunto Guiding Stars are on a journey

SuuntoRun — 4 February 2015

A few weeks ago the first three Suunto Guiding Stars were sent on a journey, passing from one adventure-minded woman to the next. 

Suunto ambassador Emelie Forsberg, Scuba Diver Girl Margo Sanchez and cross country skier Aino-Kaisa Saarinen all kept one of the Guiding Star pendants for a while and passed them on to a person they admire for her attitude, her achievements, her adventurous mindset and her energy. 

Emelie was the first one to pass on her Guiding Star. She gave it to Norwegian musher Sigrid Ekran.


Time to pass this #SuuntoJewel along to another star! Sigrid Ekran it will arrive soon!

A photo posted by Emelie Forsberg (@tinaemelie) on Jan 15, 2015 at 11:17pm PST



Margo soon followed. She gave her Guiding Star to Becky Kagan Schott, an Emmy Award winning underwater videographer, photographer and tech instructor. 


Also Aino-Kaisa's silver compass pendant has started travelling. It is now in the hands of American skier Liz Stephen

Follow the journey of these functional pieces of jewelry with #SuuntoJewel


Learn more about Suunto Guiding Star