Interviews, Mountaineering, Skimo, Trail Running / 26.04.2018

At the end of January, many of us felt a mixture of anguish and admiration for the efforts made by Urubko and Bielecki to try to get Revol and Mackiewicz out alive from Nanga Parbat. This great show of humanity serves as a starting point to kick off a conversation with Jornet in which we have left aside more familiar aspects to delve into his mountain philosophy from a mountaineering point of view...

Interviews, Trail Running / 28.02.2018

"Running is not necessary for me. I love it, and I miss it, but for all the frustration it causes me when I’m injured, it is very important to pursue other activities. I guess I prefer to be in the mountains alone. I like going my own pace and with my own agenda without distractions.In general, the mountains are just an inspiring environment that allow me to be both humbled and empowered"...

Portraits, Trail Running / 22.02.2018

"He could have emulated the ill-fated Marco Pantani, Stelvio up or Mortirolo down. Perhaps he could have opted for a ski discipline in his native Bormio. In fact, it was in Nordic skiing that he debuted his first race at only six years old. A debut that burned in the memory of a tender Marco with bitterness, as he finished in last place in inconsolable tears that still bring remorse to the great de Gasperi today"...

Races, Trail Running / 19.02.2018

"On Saturday 9th September 2017, I ran through the finish line of the GORE-TEX® Transalpine-Run having run 267km through four countries with over 15,000m of vertical climbing. Before the race started I knew all the statistics and having run that distance before. I was fairly confident I was going to complete it. What I didn’t expect were all the other things I experienced, shared and learnt"...

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