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The Adventure Blog: Video: Mountain Biking Afghanistan's Wakhan Corridor

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The Adventure Blog: Video: Mountain Biking In The Tetons With Yeti Cycles

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STUDY: Longer Runs are Easier

STUDY: Longer Runs are Easier | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it
Running 100 miles should be easier than pounding out 200, but a recently released study in the journal PLOS One suggests that longer races may be less fatiguing and damaging than their shorter counterparts.
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Bunyan Velo Issue No. 02: Travels on Two Wheels

Visit Bunyan Velo online at bunyanvelo.com. Bunyan Velo is a quarterly collection of photographs, essays, and stories celebrating the simple pleasures of traveling by bicycle.
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The Enduro Sport News Daily

The Enduro Sport News Daily | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it
Curators of news and features from the world of endurance and adventure sports. Triathlon, Adventure Racing, Ultras and more.
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How to run 100 miles | Outer Edge Magazine

How to run 100 miles | Outer Edge Magazine | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it

This might seem a silly question to ask, but do you really want to run 100 miles? Do you want to be running through the night on your own in the bush with just a little headlamp and the Aussie wildlife to guide you? Do you want to be on your feet for over 30 hours? Do you want to go through a whole range of emotions that to be quite frank, most people will never experience in a lifetime? If the answer is yes, then you’re probably ready to run 100 miles.

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Cascade Crest: Interview with Winner Jeremy Humphrey | Trail And Ultra Running

Cascade Crest: Interview with Winner Jeremy Humphrey | Trail And Ultra Running | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it

On August 26, 2012, Jeremy Humphrey won the Cascade Crest 100 Endurance Run in a time of 18:31:06, beating Jeff Browning’s 2010 time of 18:31:09 and coming gut-wrenchingly close to Rod Bien’s course record of 18:27:52 from 2011.   Jeremy and I both direct races in the Idaho Trail Ultra Series, and thinking that people would want to know more about this dark horse, I was thrilled and humbled when he agreed to an interview a few days after his win. 

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Iznik Ultra – Go Trail

Iznik Ultra – Go Trail | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it
I was very fortunate to race the Iznik Ultra in Turkey early in 2012. Not my first time to Turkey but my first time to Istanbul and the surrounding area. It really was a superb trip and I have to &...
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The Ride Journal

The Ride Journal | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it
The fact that you’ve made it here shows that you love bikes and are looking for something different to the other magazines and journals out there. That’s good because that’s what The Ride Journal has been created to be.
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Trail Run Magazine – Defining dirty: what is trail running?

Trail Run Magazine – Defining dirty: what is trail running? | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it
Defining dirty: what is trail running?...Do you need a mountain? How much single track? Does there have to be a trail? What about deserts? Is multi day included? Or eliminated because you ran through a village in Nepal? 
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The Adventure Blog: Adventurer Bags Britain's Six Peaks While Cycling Between Mountains

The Adventure Blog: Adventurer Bags Britain's Six Peaks While Cycling Between Mountains | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it
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Cycling the South African Kalahari. Shane Little describes his physical and mental journey through the Kalahari Desert

Cycling the South African Kalahari. Shane Little describes his physical and mental journey through the Kalahari Desert | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it
Cycling the South African Kalahari. Shane Little describes his physical and mental journey through the Kalahari Desert
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The Adventure Blog: The 2013 Tour Divide Mountain Bike Race Begins Friday

The Adventure Blog: The 2013 Tour Divide Mountain Bike Race Begins Friday | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it
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Yukon, Canada, mountain bike tour

Mountain biking gold in Canada’s wild Yukon Territory, www.mountainbikeworldwide.com/yukon Endless miles of flowing singletrack, pristine boreal forests, glacial…
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Pushed to the limit: The World's Toughest Endurance Challenges - CNN.com

Pushed to the limit: The World's Toughest Endurance Challenges - CNN.com | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it
While obesity rates soar in the developed world and we live an ever more sedentary lifestyle, the flip side to this health time bomb is the paradox that more and more amateur athletes are taking on extreme endurance challenges.
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How Far Was That Ultra Again? | Trail And Ultra Running

How Far Was That Ultra Again? | Trail And Ultra Running | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it

I recently completed a local 100k event that went very well.   After the race I was talking with a couple of other runners and they commented that the course measured short for 100k, closer to 60 miles instead of 62.   While I didn’t think anything of the discrepancy at the time (since gps watches can measure differently), the two people I talked with were a little taken back that the distance wasn’t accurate.   This seems to be creeping up in discussions more and more these days.   There seems to be two prevailing attitudes towards this:  1.  people understand that trail/ultra racing distances are rarely 100% accurate and accept the discrepancy;   2.  others believe courses should be as accurate as possible (extending or shortening the course where appropriate to meet the desired distance).

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Trail Marathon Wales

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Taking place on the 22nd of June 2013, Trail Marathon Wales will have full (26.2 mile / 42 km) and half (13 mile / 21 km) marathon race routes in the stunning trails and tracks of the world-renowned Coed y Brenin Forest Park in the Snowdonia National Park.

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The Fan Dance Race Series

The Fan Dance Race Series | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it

The event is a gruelling 24km non-navigational race over two sides of Pen Y Fan, the highest mountain in the Brecon Beacons. This infamous route has long been a part of SAS (Special Air Service) and SBS (Special Boat Service) Selection and is considered the yardstick of a candidate's potential to perform well on Test Week and ultimately pass the Special Forces Selection programme.

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Spine Race Britain's most brutal race

Spine Race Britain's most brutal race | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it
The Spine is Britain’s most brutal race. The longest, coldest and most demanding mountain marathon in Britain. 268 miles of ice, snow, cold and savage winds. Competitors have 7 days to complete the race.

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Grand to Grand Ultra - Home

Grand to Grand Ultra - Home | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it
The Grand to Grand Ultra is a unique event – the first and only self supported stage footrace in North America.
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Know the Lingo: The Unique Jargon of the Ultrarunning Community

Know the Lingo: The Unique Jargon of the Ultrarunning Community | Endurance Sport | Scoop.it
Like many fanatical sports, ultrarunning comes with its own set of vocabulary. Though it's nothing compared to baseball, here are a few words and phrases from the ultrarunner's lexicon.
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