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Dugi Rat – Jernej Kruder’s Project in Croatia

Watch the Slovenian athlete and world cup champion Jernej Kruder spend a month working on his project in Vrulja, Croatia.

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Slovenian athlete and world cup champion Jernej Kruder spent a month working on his project in Vrulja, Croatia. Bad weather and wet holds prevented him from finishing it off, but he’s eager to get back and finish it off soon.


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