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3089 – The Film, Wild Racers New Zealand, FWT 2021 Andorra, Nepal the Other Side of Things, New podcasts, final summary of Vendée Globe

3089 – The Film
For 35 years RAAM (Race Across AMerica) has been challenging ultracyclists from around the globe to push their physical and mental limits to the farthest reaches. Starting in Oceanside, under one of the longest piers in California, RAAM spans 3000 miles, climbs 175,000 feet, crosses 12 states and finishes in Annapolis, Maryland, the east coast sailing mecca. Open to amateur and professional racers, in solo, 2, 4 and 8 person relay teams, there is no other race in the world comparable to RAAM. In this film we follow the solo athletes as they attempt the impossible.

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Wild Racers – Episode 12 – New Zealand
The list of teams drastically on the decline, this challenging course has brought many to their knees. With each leg comes new challenges and new terrain to endure, both making life and times that more difficult. For legs are awaiting the teams : Mountain Bike 129km, Trek/Ropes 24km, Mountain Bike 20km and Kayak 46km. This is Wild Racers and many will return next time. Stop number four on the adventure highway is Puntarenas, Costa Rica … Stay tuned.

Freeride World Tour 2021 Andorra
FWT21’s season opener in Andorra hosted the world’s best freeriders.The defending world champions are all fired for Andorra and the USA is bringing the heat in both men’s categories with Isaac Freeland leading the rankings for ski men and Nils Mindnich in the top spot for snowboarding. Judges expect more amazing performances from French superstar Marion Haerty who is the current leader in women’s snowboarding and big things from extra talented Arianna Tricomi who flies the flag for Italy in women’s skiing. A new wave of impressive runs is on the cards from the current leaders who are ready to showcase their skills and dig deep into their bag of tricks to keep their crowns.

Nepal – The Other Side of Things
A unique spiritual voyage among the giant Himalayan mountains of Everest and Annapurna along ancient paths and across rivers, capturing the local beliefs to discover the marvels of an ancient mountain people in order to understand the meaning of self.

Vendée Globe 2020-2021 – The Final Summary
While the last sailor is expected in Les Sables d’Olonne at the end of the week, review all the best moments, the strong emotions and the fantastic performances.

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Free Diving World record set by William Trubridge

New Zealander beats own record with four minute and 24 second plunge in blue hole in Bahamas

A freediver has set a new world record – plunging 122m into a blue hole in theBahamas on one breath.

New Zealander William Trubridge set his 16th world mark, beating his own record of 121 metres.
The latest dive saw him hold his breath for four minutes and 24 seconds.

In a video posted by Trubridge’s diving company Vertical Blue, Trubridge said the dive was “pretty difficult”.

“I had a beautiful descent, everything went well with the descent,” he said.
At the bottom of the descent, Trubridge ran into difficulties attaching a tag to his leg, and said his ascent to the surface was “terrible”.

“At that point I was completely out of the headspace that I need to be in for a deep dive,” he said.

“With my focus off, I was not in the right head space, not in the place I like to be, to complete my dive with ease or confidence, in fact as I neared the surface I thought I might have a big black out at the top.”

When Trubridge did surface, taking deep gulps of air, dozens of observers floating around his dive site fell silent- before breaking into rapturous applause.

The dive was particularly special for Trubridge as his parents, David and Linda, and brother Sam had travelled to the Bahamas to witness his attempt. It was the first time Trubridge’s father had seen his son attempt a world record.

“We lived on the ocean on a yacht for ten years,read more