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BRUCE TRAIL END-TO-END RECORD ATTEMPT: Day 1
Written by Pete Dobos

News - Ultra Running ::: Sunday, 03 June 2012 22:00
BRUCE TRAIL END-TO-END RECORD ATTEMPT: Day 1

Saturday, June 2, 2012 - The plan had been to wake up early today, even though it's Saturday. It's 0800 when I blearily crawl out of bed, so I decide that “early” is a relative term and take a look outside. It's a dark and cloudy sky that greets me, which I immediately latch onto as an excuse for sleeping in: there was no bright sunrise to wake me up. The trees across the road are swaying so much in the wind that I begin to get seasick just watching them. In short, it's a grey and blustery morning, perfect for staying in and and not running rugged rocky trails for 15 hours. But don't tell that to Charlotte.

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INTRODUCING: BREATHEMAG ROOKIES
Written by Kevin Tucker

News - Expedition Racing ::: Friday, 01 June 2012 09:00
INTRODUCING: BREATHEMAG ROOKIES

My name is Kevin Tucker. In the summer of 2009, I completed an internship in New Hampshire. Toward the end of that summer, while watching the local news, I discovered an event unlike anything I had ever seen—Untamed New England.

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REVIEW: Cumulus Excuistic 1200
Written by Ray Zahab
Lifestyle - Gear Reviews ::: Friday, 01 June 2012 08:00
REVIEW: Cumulus Excuistic 1200

After a long days effort in bitterly cold-climes, a warm sleeping bag at night is often an adventurer’s only solace. I know this only too well after setting speed records to the South Pole and across frozen Lake Baikal in Siberia. 

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REVIEW: Merrell Pace Glove
Written by Dana Clark

Lifestyle - Gear Reviews ::: Thursday, 31 May 2012 20:00
REVIEW: Merrell Pace Glove

Being a desert-dwelling trail runner, I primarily run on dry, hard-packed, rocky trails and had never taken any interest in barefoot running until the opportunity came up to test Merrell’s barefoot shoes. Since Merrell made some of my favorite hiking boots, I couldn’t resist jumping in with both bare feet on this one.

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GETTING PERSONAL WITH THE STORM
Written by Pete Dobos

Lifestyle - Adventure ::: Monday, 21 May 2012 10:00
GETTING PERSONAL WITH THE STORM

Anyone who has done any adventure racing or off-road multisport races in Ontario during the past 10 years has likely heard of Storm Racing. Typically held somewhere in the neighbourhood of Peterborough, Storm the Trent has been the largest adventure race in Canada for most of that time. This year’s races took place in Tweed, ON, the 10th anniversary edition that drew about 750 racers over the course of the weekend.

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