Cape Epic 2024, Raid Amazones Cambodia, World Rookie Snowboard Finals, Nine Mountains and Lucy Bartholomew

Cape Epic 2024
The Absa Cape Epic is the world’s premier mountain bike stage race. The route changes every year, leading aspiring amateur and professional mountain bikers from around the world through 617 Untamed kilometres of unspoilt scenery and up 16 500m of climbing. The Absa Cape Epic is classed as UCI Mountain Bike Marathon Series (SSR) by the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI); this official UCI status makes it a highlight on the professional racer’s calendar. The Absa Cape Epic also attracts aspiring amateur riders wanting to test themselves against the best.

Raid Amazones Cambodia 03 2024
RAID AMAZONES is a women-only adventure-sports camp, mixing team racing and local discovery that takes place in some of the most beautiful locations in the world. Raid Amazones provides a perfect mix of adventure, nature sports, teamwork and women power as well as social responsibility. In Mars 2023, Raid Amazones was in Cambodia.

World Rookie Snowboard Finals 2024

The World Rookie Snowboard Finals are an iconic event in the world of youth snowboarding, where emerging athletes have the chance to test themselves and compete against the best in their category becoming a star! The Finals are back in style at the historic location of Kitzsteinhorn Zell am See-Kaprun, for a six-day contest and non-stop activities. This prestigious event determines the new 2024 World Rookie Champions title for Snowboard Halfpipe and Slopestyle, who earn the opportunity to participate in renowned international competitions and training camps in 2024.

Nine Mountains
The journey of two cyclists (Leo Russell & George Stagg) on a mission to climb the 9 most challenging and notorious mountains in Europe. From Austria To Spain, Nine Mountains is an adventure of brutality and beauty exploring the limits of the mind and body. The boys cycled over 3,200km from blistering snowstorms to scorching deserts whilst ascending the equivalent of eight times the height of Everest. The film follows a never been done route with the aim to raise £100,000 towards men’s mental health charity James’ Place, an organisation set up to help men in suicidal crisis.

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Lucy Bartholomew – Growing as a professional athlete and human.
Lucy, participated in her first 100km running race at the age of 15. Since then she has progressed her running career to a full time living, along the way learning how to manage the positive and challenging aspects of what the life of an athlete really is.

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