1. #Teamultrakitty goes Comrades 2014


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    Unser Comrades Marathon 2014 peterslaufblog.wordpress.com

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    • TorTour de Ruhr 230 Km - 26. - 27.05.2012 - ext. Version


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      Die TorTour de Ruhr, mit 230 Km Deutschlands längster Nonstoplauf, von Winterberg im Hochsauerland zur Rheinorange nach Duisburg im Ruhrgebiet, 5 1/2 Marathon! Dies ist eine Video- und Fotodokumentation von Steffens 50. Marathon und länger bei einem der schönsten und best organisiertesten Läufe Deutschlands, ungekürzt, unzensiert, authentisch und zeigt wohl alle Facetten dieses Laufes, vom Start bis zum Ziel.

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      • VANLAP 24 (Hungarian)


        from László Gyimesi "Jaffa" Added 133 0 0

        A VAN LAP nevű magyar futócsapat első 24 órás futása, amely az ausztriai Irdningben került megrendezésre 2013.07.06-07-én. A srácok 2. helyezést értek el a 4 fős csapatok között. A filmben elhangzó zenék: 01:12 - Chris Rea - The road to hell 05:48 - U2 - Beautiful day 07:46 - AC/DC - Big gun 12:03 - Newik - My Love (Club_Mix) 16:17 - Aloe Blacc - I need a dollar 20:29 - Compact Disco - Feel the rain 24:18 - Ludovico Einaudi - Una Mattina 29:20 - Jamie Woon - Shoulda 32:55 - Johnny Cash - Hurt 36:33 - Late Night Alumni - Empty Streets 42:44 - Fatboy Slim - Praise You 48:04 - Immediate Music - One Man's Courage 50:25 - Tina Turner - The Best 51:44 - U2 - Beautiful day 53:29 - Adam Clayton & Larry Mullen Jr - Mission Impossible

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        • XPS TV NagT Leg 1 Coverage Subic


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          January 19, 2014 XPS Tv was in Dungaree Beach in the scenic Subic Bay, Olongapo City north of Manila. 6 cameras with aerial and underwater video cam, XPS Tv special coverage of the National Age Group Triathlon was the first commentary based broadcast feature of a triathlon race in the country. Aired first on the government station Peoples Television 4. Produced by XPS Tv with commentaries from Noel Zarate, Alexa Arabejo and Zinnia Villarin. Executive Producer for XPS Tv- Crispo Mojica in cooperation with Chili Grass Sarita Zafra and the Philippine Olympic Committee chairman Mr. Tom Carrasco.

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          • Pathway to Dreams / Düşlere Uzanan Patikalar


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            Pathway to Dreams is the story of five Turkish Ultra Runners whom have participated in one of the toughest foot races on earth; Ultra Trail Mont Blanc TDS course. During their 55 minute documentary, you will see these ordinary people preparing and competing this 120 km mountain ultra trail as well as presenting all of the details of the organisation. Directed by Hande Odabaşoğlu Düşlere Uzanan Patikalar, 2011 yılı Ağustos ayında Fransa’da Mont Blanc dağı eteklerinde gerçekleşen UTMB yarışlarından 120km.lik ve 30 saat zaman sınırlı TDS parkuruna katılan 5 Türk sporcunun zorlu hikayesidir. Savoy Dükü’nün İzinde isimli bu zorlu parkurda Caner Odabaşoğlu, Emre Tok, Bakiye Duran, Faruk Kar ve Fırat Kara’nın ülkelerini başarıyla temsil etmişlerdir. Yönetmen: Hande Odabaşoğlu 1992 yılında Objektif Prodüksiyon’da asistan olarak çalışma hayatına başlayan Hande Odabaşoğlu, TRT ve ATV televizyonlarında yönetmen yardımcılığı ve yönetmenlik yapmıştır. Belgeselleri: uluslararası gösterimi bulunan Bir Hedefin Peşinde/2007, Yeniay Macera Yarışı/2007, Yeniay Macera Yarışı/2008, Düşlere Uzanan Patikalar, Savoy Dükü’nün İzinde 5 Türk/2012 Halen, Macera Akademisi’nde proje bazlı, proje yöneticiliği yapmaktadır.

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            • Nolan's 14


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              A 100 mile line through the heart of the Colorado Rockies-14 14,000' peaks-came to be at the intersection of mountaineering and ultra distance trail running; "the biggest mountain line in North America and maybe the world". It is called Nolan's 14. Interviews with international running superstar Anton Krupicka, Ultra running legend Blake Wood and some of today's contemporary elite mountain ultra runners tell the story of this fabled line in 47 minutes. Director Ben Clark elevates the experience of the Mount Everest of Ultra Marathoning with epic success and even more epic failure along the journey toward 60 hours of endurance that only a handful of people in the world can claim completed. $1 from each buy will be donated to http://paradoxsports.org/ Presented by http://www.ospreypacks.com/ http://www.clifbar.com/ http://www.newbalance.com/ http://www.patagonia.com/us/home The Nolan's 14 Film Tour presented by Osprey Packs is on the road again in April. More dates are adding and confirming, check back here for updates and details about a screening near you: Boulder, Co. - Neptune Mountainineering - 11/14/14' Telluride, Co - The Nugget Theater - 11/23/14' Tuscon, Az - Summit Hut - 4/3/15' New York City - Paragon Sports -4/15' Spokane Washington - Mountain Gear -4/17/15' Richmond, Va. -5/14/15' Silverton, Colorado - Hardrock 100, Camp Hardrock- 7/8/15' Manheim, Pa Backcountry Edge-9/15' Chattanooga, Tn. Rock Creek - 10/15' Jacksonville, Fla. Black Creek Outffters10/15

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              • Dream Giver - Jason Harper - Extra Mile Run


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                This was a wonderful talk given by Jason Harper a week after his 100 mile run in Sacramento, CA "Extra Mile Run". The message was delivered at Capital Christian Church in CA.

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                • WINTER IS COMING - Seven Days on the John Muir Trail


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                  These are Helpful Links: * Best Map (I think this is the best one): http://amzn.to/JMT_MAP * Planning Book (Descriptive and accurate): http://amzn.to/JMT_BOOK * JMT's Most Essential Gear Item: http://amzn.to/trekkingpoles General Info: * Blog: http://walkifornia.blogspot.com/2011/06/john-muir-trail-video-of-trail-from-mt.html * Permit Help (Information for either direction): http://bit.ly/aQGIUJ * Mileage: http://bit.ly/ak1INf * Elevation Profile (Click on the Image and it expands): http://bit.ly/bodOxf * Transportation from one trailhead to the other (best price): High Sierra Transportation 760.258.6060 Get in touch with me if you have questions about the John Muir Trail. I'm happy to help. Facebook Message: Ryan Commons This is a summary of an October thru-hike on the John Muir Trail. I traveled seven days on foot from Whitney Portal to Yosemite and stuffed my camera with as much beauty as I could. Evening temperatures were below freezing each night and signs of winter were ever-present. I hope you enjoy the pictures and the story. General Summary: The John Muir Trail climbs out of Yosemite Valley northeast over the Cathedral Range to Tuolumne Meadows then descends into Lyell Canyon which it follows south, up Lyell canyon, to Donohue Pass (11,050' high), in the ridge which divides Yosemite National Park from the Ansel Adams Wilderness in the Inyo National Forest. The largest glacier in the Sierras lies on the face of Mt Lyell. Over Donohue Pass the trail descends into the valley of the Middle Fork of the San Joaquin River, a wet region with many lakes and streams that attracts fishers (who need a permit from the State Fish and Game Department.) It descends to Shadow Lake, a famously-beautiful lake, then rises up over a ridge before descending to Devil's Postpile. The scenic Ritter Range, an old range whose rising preceded the rising of the Sierra forms the east wall of the valley. The soil changes from the rough grainy soil of eroding mountains to volcanic dust, a less pleasant soil to deal with keeping clean against, especially when wet. At Devil's Postpile and Red's Meadow. A small National Monument, Devil's Postpile features the unusual formation of hundreds of hexagonal posts of basalt that had the opportunity to solidify without mixing, allowing them to freeze in hexagonal posts. A mile from Devil's Postpile lies Red's Meadow which has a campground (with a site for backpackers that always has room for one more), a hot springs plumbed into shower stalls providing free hot showers (perhaps after a wait for the water to get hot, especially the further down the pipes your stall. Wait for it.), a store (food but few supplies for hikers - it appears to serve fishers more) and cafe, both open 7 AM to 7 PM, and a shuttle bus goes to the town of Mammoth Lakes (round-trip: $8). The trail climbs out of the valley of the Middle Fork through forest still burnt from the 1993 fire through a meadow, past Deer Creek, and then along the west face of the ridge above Cascade Valley to Duck Creek. From Duck Creek the trail ascends a ridge-point then descends into Purple Lake, then another ridge-point before descending into Lake Virginia. The trail descends steeply to Tully Hole, on a fork of Fish Creek, then gently to the head of Cascade Valley, where it crosses Fish Creek on a bridge and ascends another fork of Fish Creek past high rocky Squaw and Chief Lakes to Silver Pass on Silver Divide. The trail descends Silver Pass past Silver Pass Lake, follows Silver Pass Creek to the North Fork of Mono Creek at Pocket Meadow, then descends to Quail Meadows, a mile east of Lake Edison. It crosses Mono Creek then rises steeply to Bear Ridge, follows the ridge then descends to the bank of Bear Creek. It follows Bear Creek, then its west fork, to its source, Marie Lake, then over Selden Pass. The JMT now descends Selden Pass past Heart Lake, through a meadow to Sally Keyes Lakes, crosses Senger Creek and descends an exposed ridge to the South Fork of the San Joaquin River. About halfway down a trail that leads directly to Blayney Meadows and its hot spring meets the JMT. The JMT itself descends a little less steeply than that trail to the bank of the South Fork to where the Piute Creek joins the South Fork and the border with King's Canyon National Park. The JMT continues up the South Fork, crossing it on bridges twice until it reaches Goddard Canyon, where it heads east steeply up into meadow-filled Evolution Valley. After passing through Evolution, McClure (ranger station here), and Colby Meadows it climbs to Evolution Lake, surrounded by many high mountains named after famous scientists who contributed to the theory of evolution, mountains popular with climbers. From Evolution Lake the JMT passes four more lakes before ascending to Muir Pass on the Goddard Divide. Muir Pass has a well-built stone shelter where stranded hikers can spend a night (no fires!). The JMT descends past Helen Lake then follows the Middle Fork of King's River down to the meadows of Le Conte Canyon. After crossing Big Pete, Little Pete (ranger station at the south end of Little Pete Meadow), and Grouse Meadows it heads east along Palisade Creek to Deer Meadow, from which it ascends very steeply on a trail cut into the face of rock, sometimes with steps, to Palisade Lakes then up to Mather Pass. From Mather Pass the JMT descends into the Upper Basin, a broad high basin covered with small streams and ponds, the beginning of the South Fork of King's River, then follows the South Fork until it turns southwest, at which point the trail crosses and begins to climb out of the valley. After leaving the valley the JMT comes to a pond and the Bench Lake Ranger Station, then passes three more ponds before coming to Lake Marjorie. After passing two more ponds it climbs to Pinchot Pass. From Pinchot Pass the JMT descends to the North Fork of Woods Creek. It follows this fork into a steeply-walled canyon until just past the point where the South and North Forks of Woods Creek meet. Here the most impressive bridge on the whole JMT rises far above Woods Creek (at least in late summer) and crosses to a campground with bear-proof lockers on the south side. The JMT then climbs the South Fork of Woods Creek to Dollar, Arrowhead, and Rae Lakes, which have campgrounds with bear-proof lockers; Rae Lakes has a ranger station. Lots of fishers come to these lakes. Directly out of this valley the JMT climbs steeply up a rocky trail by a group of ponds to Glen Pass. From Glen Pass the trail descends to near Charlotte Lake (home of the Charlotte Lake Ranger Station), then very steeply into Bubbs Canyon to Bubbs Creek and Vidette Meadow (Popular Vidette Meadow campground has bear-proof lockers and a ranger station.). The trail goes up along Bubbs Creek, fording many smaller creeks along the way, past a high lake, until it climbs Forester Pass (expect snow), on King's-Kern Divide, which divides King's Canyon from Sequoia National Parks. Descending Forester Pass the JMT passes high ponds and lakes then Tyndall, Wright, and Wallace Creeks. From Wallace Creek it ascends gently through Sandy Meadow to Crabtree Meadow. Now the JMT leaves the Pacific Crest Trail at Whitney Creek, passes Crabtree Ranger Station, bypasses Guitar Lake, then a pond just past Guitar Lake, at which point it leaves water and vegetation behind. Now it climbs steeply to Trail Crest, the pass on the ridge which separates Sequoia National Park from Inyo National Forest, at which point the trail to Mt Whitney heads north. The Forest Service has fixed up the cabin on the summit so one need not lie on the wet rocky floor. They have installed a toilet because the summit has no soil in which to dig a hole. One can spend the night; expect freezing temperatures and strong winds, a clear sky and more stars than anywhere else. Storms can get nasty. To get down return to Trail Crest and head east down the hundreds of switch-backs to meet and follow Lone Pine Creek, pass Consultation, Mirror, and Lone Pine Lakes, Trail and Outpost Camps, to Whitney Portal, where sits a store and parking lot, and Lone Pine fifteen miles away.

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                  • 100 Miles For Swisher: A Story of Community & Commitment


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                    A story of the remarkable bond between a group of men who served together in the Marines on Presidential Guard Duty, and formed a non-profit called Always Brothers to support the families of Marines killed in combat. The organization's first effort was to raise money for the family of one of their brothers, Captain Tyler Swisher, who was killed in Iraq in 2005. This program documents their run from where they served at Camp David in Maryland to Capt. Swisher's burial site in Arlington Cemetery, Washington, DC. Their efforts raised awareness of the plight of the families of servicemen and women killed in action and raised $17,000 for the children of Captain Swisher.

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                    • Run Moscow-Sochi


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