Backcountry skiing at Mcgillivray Lodge
In March of 2021, Jeff and a group of friends took a helicopter from Pemberton, which is about 2 hours north of Vancouver, to an area called Whitecap Alpine to stay in the backcountry at McGillivray Pass Lodge for 4 nights and experience 4 great days of backcountry skiing.
The Outdoor Sports Show 2023 Episode 2
We kick off the episode with the 2023’s FISU World University Winter Games which took place in the United States at Lake Placid. The biennial multi-winter sports event hosted over 1,400 student-athletes from more than 540 universities and 46 nations. We then move further north in Quebec, Canada for the The Raid Temiscamingue. We then discover the Wild Marathon Series which brings together people who share the same passion for running in some of the worlds most extreme sceneries: the arctic, the desert, the mountains, the savannah, and the jungle. Finally we end up in Mallorca for a presentation of the Portocolom Triathlon.
Engadin Ski Marathon 2023
On Sunday, March 12, 2023, more than 14,000 athletes competed in the 53rd edition of the Engadin Skimarathon, the second largest cross-country skiing event in the world and the largest cross-country skiing event in Switzerland. Among the large crowd of participants are also world-class runners. What awaits them on this day in the high valley are 42 strenuous kilometers over frozen lakes, past typical Engadine villages and through a picturesque Swiss Alpine landscape. The best completed the course in a time of around 1.5 hours.
Super League Triathlon Arena Games 2023 Sursee
We are in Sursee Switzerland for the second race of the 2023 Arena Games Triathlon powered by Zwift and the first journey into Europe for the year.
Super League Triathlon which is partnered with World Triathlon brings you the second ever Arena Games Triathlon World Championships, with a champion to be crowned at the final in London after the first two races of the series in Montreal and Sursee.
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Dan Lawson – How to run the length of the UK in old shoes, ReRun style
Second hand clothes and trainers, running 822 miles in a new LEJOG Record. Dan Lawson of ReRun Clothing has recently set a new record running from Lands End, the southern most point of the UK to John o’ Groats, the northern most point of the UK, a feat commonly referred to as JOGLE or LEJOG. An 822 mile (1322.88077 Kilometer) journey which took Dan and his Incredible crew, 9days 21h 14m 2s We talk about the physical, mental and spiritual experiences, and we hope you enjoy this conversation.
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