Adamello Ultra Trail, Adventure Academy Arjeplog, The Outdoor Sports Show Ep.11, Hong Kong Cyclothon and Jill Wheatley

Adamello Ultra Trail 2023
The Adamello Ultra-Trail organized by the ASD Adamello Ultra-Trail in collaboration with the Union of the Upper Camonica Valley Municipalities includes 3 races to be covered in semi-self-sufficiency : The Adamello Short Trail – 35 km with about 1,700 m D+ to be run in not more than  24 hours. The Adamello Trail – 100 km with 6.050m D+ to be run in not more than 31 hours.The Adamello Ultra-Trail® – 170 km with 11,500 D+ to be run in not more than 53 hours.

Adventure Academy – Arjeplog
Susanna Holmsten and her husband climb hand in hand to the highest point of Arjeplog in Sweden. A two-week intimate outdoor adventure in a very beautiful and remote area of Sweden.

The Outdoor Sports Show 2023 – Episode 11

We commence this episode by journeying to Spain for the Palma Marathon Mallorca. Next stop is Portugal and the TRITON World Series which concluded its 2023 season in the Algarve region. Our adventure continues in Croatia, where Istria300 has burgeoned into Europe’s fastest-growing cycling project. The third edition attracted 2,800 participants from 40 countries to Porec. Next we move to Italy for a short presentation of the Dobbiaco-Cortina Cross Country Race 2024. Then we shift to France for the Equestrian European Championship Sports. We conclude our episode in Saudi Arabia with Tough Mudder obstacle course races which will happen soon in AlUla.

Hong Kong Cyclothon 2023
The circuit in the heart of the city of Hong Kong, made up of 24 laps totaling 103.2 km, offered a fast and technical race. With an abundance of turns, the race felt like a stretched rubber band that eventually gave way, as some riders described it. The constant pressure and aggressiveness in the race created opportunities for decisive attacks.

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Jill Wheatley – Lost sight yet gaining vision as a beacon of inspiration
Jill Wheatly, in my mind, is a mountain of positivity and continuous inspiration. In her own words ‘Every day is an opportunity to celebrate impermanence and the life I nearly lost.’ In the blink of an eye, Jill went from being an active, autonomous athlete to  suffering a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that took 70% of her vision and nearly her life. This has led Jill to become someone who aims to be mindful in every moment and make every second count adventuring in mountains around the world.

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