1. Running for Freedom

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    God gave Jason Arcemont a passion for endurance running which he combined with a mission to raise awareness and funds for Love146 by running across the state of Texas. Running 30 marathons in 30 days, Jason found that relying on God was the only way to finish strong, and that by going “All-In” he was able to make an impact in the lives of vulnerable kids.

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    • The Mind of an Athlete - Preparing for an Ultra Marathon

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      Gil Cramer ' AKA Coach G ' talks briefly about his attitudes on endurance running preparation. The video contains footage of Gil training in Wimbledon Common in the UK. Filmed and produced by DevilBoy Productions www.devilboyproductions.com

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      • Javelina JundredK Start

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        This year, for the first time, the 100k was run as a separate race from the 100 mile...

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        • Lloyds Bank Cardiff Half Marathon 2013

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          Highlights of the 2013 Lloyds Bank Cardiff Half Marathon. Including the main event on Sun 6 Oct, the inaugural Welsh Mile Road Race Championships and Family Fun Run as part of our Festival of Running weekend. Visit www.cardiffhalfmarathon.co.uk to sign up for 2014's race weekend from Sat 4th-Sun 5th October.

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          • 2013 Javelina Jundred start

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            The JJ100 had well over 400 starters this year

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            • The Perfect Runner, behind the scenes with Diane Van Deren

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              From the documentary "The Perfect Runner", a view behind the scenes, where you'll meet ultramarathoner Diane Van Deren at the Canadian Death Race. Learn how Van Deren overcame debilitating epilepsy to become one of the world's most remarkable endurance athletes. See the trailer: http://vimeo.com/36338816 The Perfect Runner will have its first broadcast in Canada on March 15th 2012, at 8pm on CBC TV’s The Nature of Things, Canada's blue-chip nature and science strand and the longest running program on Canadian television. Broadcast to follow on ARTE in German and French in September 2012. Exclusive Advance Screening with Q&A March 14th 2012, 7:30pm at Garneau Theatre, Edmonton, Canada Learn more and buy the DVD (from March 15, 2012) at www.theperfectrunner.com (website online from 20 Feb, 2012) Synopsis How did our ancestors survive the shift from trees to land, and evolve to dominate the planet? The answer lies in a remarkable ability we evolved far earlier than our powerful brains: humans are nature’s perfect endurance runners. Gemini-winning anthropologist Niobe Thompson (Inuit Odyssey, 2009; Code Breakers, 2011) takes a journey of personal discovery back in evolutionary time, in conversation with leading evolutionary biologists and immersed in cultures whose survival still depends on endurance running. From the highlands of Ethiopia, to the most remote place in Arctic Siberia, to the world's toughest ultramarathon in the Canadian Rockies, The Perfect Runner weaves cutting-edge science with gripping adventure, and leaves the viewer with a new and inspiring understanding of our common evolutionary inheritance as the running ape.

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              • The Perfect Runner, behind the scenes with Tracy Garneau

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                From the documentary "The Perfect Runner", a meeting with Canadian ultramarathoner Tracy Garneau at the Canadian Death Race. In 2010, Garneau was voted female ultra-running athlete of the year by UltraRunning Magazine. See the trailer: http://vimeo.com/36338816 The Perfect Runner will have its first broadcast in Canada on March 15th 2012, at 8pm on CBC TV’s The Nature of Things, Canada's blue-chip nature and science strand and the longest running program on Canadian television. Broadcast to follow on ARTE in German and French in September 2012. Exclusive Advance Screening with Q&A March 14th 2012, 7:30pm at Garneau Theatre, Edmonton, Canada Learn more and buy the DVD (from March 15, 2012) at www.theperfectrunner.com (website online from 20 Feb, 2012) Synopsis How did our ancestors survive the shift from trees to land, and evolve to dominate the planet? The answer lies in a remarkable ability we evolved far earlier than our powerful brains: humans are nature’s perfect endurance runners. Gemini-winning anthropologist Niobe Thompson (Inuit Odyssey, 2009; Code Breakers, 2011) takes a journey of personal discovery back in evolutionary time, in conversation with leading evolutionary biologists and immersed in cultures whose survival still depends on endurance running. From the highlands of Ethiopia, to the most remote place in Arctic Siberia, to the world's toughest ultramarathon in the Canadian Rockies, The Perfect Runner weaves cutting-edge science with gripping adventure, and leaves the viewer with a new and inspiring understanding of our common evolutionary inheritance as the running ape.

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                • The Perfect Runner, behind the scenes in Extreme Slow Motion

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                  From the documentary "The Perfect Runner", a view behind the scenes, where you see some of the world's most beautiful bodies running in extreme slow motion. Shot on the Weisscam HS-2, with prime Zeiss lenses. See the trailer: http://vimeo.com/36338816 The Perfect Runner will have its first broadcast in Canada on March 15th 2012, at 8pm on CBC TV’s The Nature of Things, Canada's blue-chip nature and science strand and the longest running program on Canadian television. Broadcast to follow on ARTE in German and French in September 2012. Exclusive Advance Screening with Q&A March 14th 2012, 7:30pm at Garneau Theatre, Edmonton, Canada Learn more and buy the DVD (from March 15, 2012) at www.theperfectrunner.com (website online from 20 Feb, 2012) Synopsis How did our ancestors survive the shift from trees to land, and evolve to dominate the planet? The answer lies in a remarkable ability we evolved far earlier than our powerful brains: humans are nature’s perfect endurance runners. Gemini-winning anthropologist Niobe Thompson (Inuit Odyssey, 2009; Code Breakers, 2011) takes a journey of personal discovery back in evolutionary time, in conversation with leading evolutionary biologists and immersed in cultures whose survival still depends on endurance running. From the highlands of Ethiopia, to the most remote place in Arctic Siberia, to the world's toughest ultramarathon in the Canadian Rockies, The Perfect Runner weaves cutting-edge science with gripping adventure, and leaves the viewer with a new and inspiring understanding of our common evolutionary inheritance as the running ape.

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                  • The Perfect Runner, behind the scenes at the Canadian Death Race

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                    From the documentary "The Perfect Runner", a view behind the scenes, where you learn what it takes to prepare for one of the world's toughest ultra-marathons. See the trailer: http://vimeo.com/36338816 The Perfect Runner will have its first broadcast in Canada on March 15th 2012, at 8pm on CBC TV’s The Nature of Things, Canada's blue-chip nature and science strand and the longest running program on Canadian television. Broadcast to follow on ARTE in German and French in September 2012. Exclusive Advance Screening with Q&A March 14th 2012, 7:30pm at Garneau Theatre, Edmonton, Canada Learn more and buy the DVD (from March 15, 2012) at www.theperfectrunner.com (website online from 20 Feb, 2012) Synopsis How did our ancestors survive the shift from trees to land, and evolve to dominate the planet? The answer lies in a remarkable ability we evolved far earlier than our powerful brains: humans are nature’s perfect endurance runners. Gemini-winning anthropologist Niobe Thompson (Inuit Odyssey, 2009; Code Breakers, 2011) takes a journey of personal discovery back in evolutionary time, in conversation with leading evolutionary biologists and immersed in cultures whose survival still depends on endurance running. From the highlands of Ethiopia, to the most remote place in Arctic Siberia, to the world's toughest ultramarathon in the Canadian Rockies, The Perfect Runner weaves cutting-edge science with gripping adventure, and leaves the viewer with a new and inspiring understanding of our common evolutionary inheritance as the running ape.

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                    • How to get to Chukotka - behind the scenes on The Perfect Runner

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                      from Niobe Thompson / Added

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                      From the documentary "The Perfect Runner", a view behind the scenes, where you'll see how the film crew reached nomadic reindeer herders in one of the world's most remote Arctic regions, the Russian territory of Chukotka. See the trailer: http://vimeo.com/36338816 The Perfect Runner will have its first broadcast in Canada on March 15th 2012, at 8pm on CBC TV’s The Nature of Things, Canada's blue-chip nature and science strand and the longest running program on Canadian television. Broadcast to follow on ARTE in German and French in September 2012. Exclusive Advance Screening with Q&A March 14th 2012, 7:30pm at Garneau Theatre, Edmonton, Canada Learn more and buy the DVD (from March 15, 2012) at www.theperfectrunner.com (website online from 20 Feb, 2012) Synopsis How did our ancestors survive the shift from trees to land, and evolve to dominate the planet? The answer lies in a remarkable ability we evolved far earlier than our powerful brains: humans are nature’s perfect endurance runners. Gemini-winning anthropologist Niobe Thompson (Inuit Odyssey, 2009; Code Breakers, 2011) takes a journey of personal discovery back in evolutionary time, in conversation with leading evolutionary biologists and immersed in cultures whose survival still depends on endurance running. From the highlands of Ethiopia, to the most remote place in Arctic Siberia, to the world's toughest ultramarathon in the Canadian Rockies, The Perfect Runner weaves cutting-edge science with gripping adventure, and leaves the viewer with a new and inspiring understanding of our common evolutionary inheritance as the running ape.

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