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Winter Triathlon at Saint-Donat
Written by BreatheMag
News - Events ::: Friday, 15 February 2013 08:00
Winter Triathlon at Saint-Donat

Endurance athlete Jean-Thomas Boily, the Canadian Paralympic cross-country skier who won several Cross-Country World Cup medals, will take part in Saint-Donat’s winter triathlon. The event, put on by Endurance Aventure this February 16, is the first edition of its kind in the area, drawing local athletes from Quebec and as far as France.

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How to be Romantic in the Bushes
Written by Angel Garbarino

Lifestyle - Adventure ::: Thursday, 14 February 2013 10:00
How to be Romantic in the Bushes

On Valentines day it is hard not to feel like the Hallmark holiday is cliché and artificial. For us outdoorsy types, how do you step beyond the commercialism? My solution: Take it outdoors! Granted this may not be for everyone, and I can't promise your date will be swooned by your man vs. wild ways, but it is worth a shot. As any day among nature is much better than one inside.

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Monthly Wrap Up: Surfing, Shredding the Gnar, and Oprah?!
Written by Angel Garbarino

News - News ::: Saturday, 02 February 2013 10:00
Monthly Wrap Up: Surfing, Shredding the Gnar, and Oprah?!

Like many new years resolutions, mine - slow time down - promptly failed before the first month of the New Year was over. I knew this resolution would fail; it was more a pipe dream that felt good to say.

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USARA 2012 - Tha Catskills
Written by BreatheMag
Race Reports - Adventure Racing ::: Friday, 01 February 2013 20:00
USARA 2012 - Tha Catskills

Scouring the interwebs for some new footage of adventure racing in its rawest form, Breathe finally made this discovery of Aaron Johnson's take on the USARA national championships (actually, one attentive viewer turned us on to it - thanks Garret). Thank's Aaron for the great edit!

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Orienteering Takes on Art in the Snow
Written by Joel Perrella

Lifestyle - Art ::: Tuesday, 29 January 2013 11:00
Orienteering Takes on Art in the Snow

When I was a kid, I never could quite get the art of making snow angels. Plop on your back, wave your arms and legs and, ever so softly, attempt to get up off the imprint without ruining it. For whatever reason I was never able to make mine look like anything more than a cow tipped sideways on the snow. Simon Beck, a 54 year old Orienteering mapmaker from Southern England, has perfected the art form, albeit adding slightly to the complexity and size.

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Secret Styles of the Adventure Racer: The Everything Minimalist
Written by Angel Garbarino

Lifestyle - Adventure ::: Monday, 28 January 2013 10:00
Secret Styles of the Adventure Racer: The Everything Minimalist

Adventure Racers are an unique breed, we have a distinct sense of style. It becomes obvious that no matter the angle, position, activity, or photo quality, it's hard not to look like a dork when dressed for an adventure race.

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Doomsday....Ride
Written by David Houghton
Lifestyle - Adventure ::: Friday, 18 January 2013 12:00
Doomsday....Ride

"You are murderers! Yes, murderers!" Octave Lapize reputedly shouted at race officials in the 1910 Tour de France, after grinding his bicycle over the brutal Col de Tourmalet. I was tempted to make the same accusation to Cristiano Werneck, tour leader on the Doomsday Ride. But as I crested the final hill, after over 40,000 meters of climbing, the best I could manage was, "I need cerveza. Yes, cerveza!"

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