To celebrate #internationalmountainday here's a photo that includes 2 of my favourites - Blencathra taken from Cat Bells. I'd love to go back to those sunny Autumn mornings at the moment - most of my runs are in the dark now 😞
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andre_rodrigues_tr - O Trail é Corrida em Trilhos, seja onde for.
Mas para alguns de nós ele apenas faz sentido nas Montanhas, e acaba por ser uma forma de aumentar a conexão com elas. 🏃⛰️
Então se hoje é o dia Internacional das Montanhas, acaba por ser um pouquinho o dia do Trail também.⛰️💞
prozis #exceedyourself#mountains#mountain#trailrun#mountainrunning - #regrann
I know every decision and every big moment leads to the next, but sometimes I do wonder how it would have been if things had gone the way I wanted back then. I wouldn’t be roaming, but would I be content? Would the restless feelings have been tamed? Could I have stayed in one place without climbing the walls? I may crave instability, but there’s always that part that wonders if stability would have been fun too... then I get in my car and start driving because there’s always somewhere else to be. 📷 @taradactyl02
Cumplir sueños es triste, pero también es una oportunidad para inventar unos nuevos. Después de cinco años recorriendo cimas alrededor del mundo y de completar un histórico doble ascenso al Everest, @kilianjornet sigue con la búsqueda de nuevos retos que le permitan seguir soñando. Siempre rodeado de montañas y de gente que le inspira, en Path to Everest, el atleta de montaña nos descubre su cara más íntima, con sus miedos, sus contradicciones y sus ilusiones.
El último documental de la saga, Summits of my Life, ya se encuentra disponible para ver online. Puedes seguir este link para ver la edición subtitulada al español. Eso sí, la edición digital tiene un valor de $11 dólares.
Compression Sleeves make the PERFECT stocking stuffer for the runners in your life 😉 || Tap the picture to shop now! || 📸: @the_lucky_woman_
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Those finish line feels were epic! Still can’t believe I was 4th girl over the line and 21st over all in the 65km race... @utct was the hardest race I’ve ever done but throughout the race I had total faith in myself on running it the best I could. It was by far the longest time I’ve ever been out running for (considering a road marathon takes me just over 2 1/2 hours) and after 50k I felt like I’d stepped into the unknown. My legs weren’t hardened to so much climbing and descending (how can they when I live where I do?!) and I definitely wasn’t acclimatised to the heat but it was such an incredible challenge. My coach @ultrabritton prepared me perfectly to know how to approach it cleverly and at least I knew my fitness was good going into race day!
Knowing Dan was waiting for me at some of the aid stations was awesome - I may not have said much to him when I arrived but I was so grateful to see his face! What a hero!
Second ultra race is firmly under my belt and I am so excited to race again next year! Bring on 2019 - time to get planning!