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Golden Trail World Series The Final, the Outdoor Sports Show, Discovering South Korea by bike, ÖTILLÖ Swimrun Malta and Jon Fearne

Golden Trail World Series 2022 – The Final – Madeira Ocean Trails
The international elite athletes field is gathering again for the “Grande Finale” of the 2022 Golden Trail Series in Madeira – 5 beautiful but pretty challenging stages await the athletes at the “Madeira Ocean Trails”! It’s a strategic battle for the overall ranking points, the segments (uphill, sprint, downhill) and the stage victories!

Discovering South Korea By Bike
Michele is an Italian adventurer and international bikepacker who is not afraid to go where nobody has gone before. He cycles across South Korea on parts of the 5000 km 4 River bike path – up and down steep mountains and across lush valleys, experiencing rain and mosquito hordes but also enjoying the local food and culture. He mingles with the famous pearl divers on the volcanic islands of Ulleung Do and Jegu and does a lot more on this exciting adventure.

The Outdoor Sports Show 2022 – Episode 11

We begin this episode in Italy with all the action from XTERRA’s pinnacle event – the World Championships! For the first time in 25 years, the XTERRA World Championship moved from the sparkling shores of Hawaii to the iconic peaks and lakes of Trentino. We remain in Italy for the ICON Livigno Xtreme Triathlon. Then we travel to Spain to experience the Zafiro Palma Marathon  in Mallorca. After this we experience the ultimate hiking adventure, HIGHLANDER! The first ever HIGHLANDER event in the United States took place at Big Bear Lake, the heart of the San Bernardino National Forest in Southern California. Finally, let us take-off with an unknown landing point! The thrilling Gordon Bennett Cup is the oldest and most prestigious event in aviation and the ultimate challenge for pilots.

ÖTILLÖ Swimrun Malta 2022
The ÖTILLÖ World Series course in Malta was changed because of the stormy weather and was is 31 km long of which a little over 25,5 km are running and close to 6 km are swimming over 10 swims. The course started on the beach at Mellieha Bay and finished in the same place after a rollercoaster ride through beautiful landscape, lots of hills and some big swims. Some of the runs and swims were exposed to the wind and waves so that the racers could feel the power of nature but not be subject to it. Not many racers expected the amount of up and down along the way.

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Jon Fearne
Jon Fearne is an endurance & adventure coach with over 20 years of experience who works with athletes who are going to extreme locations, polar trekking, ocean crossing and mountain climbing! We chat about how Jon himself got into the sport and then found his love for coaching alongside taking on some crazy projects himself.

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