Stoke for the Advendurist

  • Normal Life. Ultra Run.

    Let's do this honestly. I was a great little runner in my teens and twenties. I could knock off a 35-minute 10k and run the next morning without pain, tightness or any other hindrance. That gradually changed

    Rodney Wilson
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  • Froome Takes the Tour

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    2016

    With a cumulative time of 89 hours, six minutes and 48 seconds over 21 lung-busting and quad-splitting stages, Team Sky's Chris Froome (GB) took his third victory at the Tour de France, in four years.

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  • Paddling in the Most Remote, and Largest Fjord in the World

    "So when are you going to get a real job?" I am sure that I am not alone in saying this, but I have been asked this question several times over the past few years.

    Steve Ruskay
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  • Can Tecnu, wait AMK, wait, What?… Make it Four?

    For the past three years, Tecnu, has dominated the Cameco Cowboy Tough Expedition Race. And while this year, they will be looking to take home a fourth title, they will be facing some interesting competition: old Tecnu vs. new Tecnu.

  • Team Canada AR

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    Jun
    2016

    The world's best AR teams will race alongside a mix of novice and elite teams from around the world this November at the 2016 Adventure Racing World Series Championships; Shoalhaven, New South Wales Australia.

  • Canadian Olympic Rowing Team Announced

    The Canadian Olympic Rowing Team was announced this Tuesday, 26 athletes in all.The Canadian Olympic Rowing Team was announced this Tuesday, 26 athletes in all. 

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  • Spend Father’s Day Outside

    What do father's want this fathers day? To be outside with their kids. According to Casio America's Smart Outdoor Device Survey for Father's, the watch manufacturer found that fathers do not spend as much time as they would like outdoors with their kids. The survey polled fathers in the United States, Japan and Germany.

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  • Just Keep Moving - Nathalie Long

    At 32, Nathalie Long has competed in more world-class adventure and endurance events than many athletes can claim over their entire career, with more than her age worth of firsts to her name. Despite pain, the seduction of quitting, bills, life and work responsibilities, she’s not slowing down.

    BreatheMag Editors
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