Post Tagged with: "4deserts"

OMM Phantom 20

The bag from The OMM I used in Ecuador on a 250-kilometer terrain in both the Andes and Amazon. In the suitcase on my trip to Ecuador I had a bigger bag that was intended during this race. But the suitcase was "messed up" and delayed to the plane at Heathrow airport and when I arrived [...]

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4deserts - Ecuador - Roving race 2015

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Do you dream of attending stage races in the desert, jungle or high mountains? Then, just contact me. It does not have to be so far from dream to reality. 4 Deserts I would like to share my experience and help you on your way. Are you able to go five days in [...]

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Part 2, Ecuador: Travel, Blog and the Competition

I got booked flights through Expedia and ended up with a flight of 23 hours and 29 hours return. Expedia seems I'm ok to use as I collect information and tickets for all airlines and hotels in the same app. On the mobile phone. The journey went from Oslo to London and [...]

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Part 1, Ecuador: Preparations and equipment for the Roving Race 2015

A summary of my participation at 4deserts and Racing the Planet's 250 kilometer race in Ecuador. The competition started at the Cotopaxi volcano in the Andes mountains just a few days before it broke out and we were collected six days later in the Amazon jungle. There were 141 competitors, 115 completed and I [...]

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Incatrail - Ecuador

The competition started at the Cotopaxi volcano in the Andes mountains just a few days before it broke out and we were collected six days later in the Amazon jungle.
There were 141 competitors, 115 completed and I got a total of 16.

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Hoka One One - Challenger ATR

4desert - Roving Race Ecuador 2015 was the challenge 250 kilometers with rainfall in the Andes, swamp and jungle in the Amazon and high humidity. The most important thing was to find a pair of terrain shoes that dried quickly, had a rug hood that protects shoes and toes against stone, as well as a sole that is good on both hard and muddy surfaces. [...]

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Atacama Crossing ..

250 km on the driest square in the world - here it is 50 times drier than California's "Death Valley". The only way to fix patch and tape was using Spraylim. I rolled down a waterfall that caused swollen knees, blue elbow and sprained thumbs.

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Gobi March

250 kilometers run in the most unexpected desert in the world. The race went in the terrain northwest of Xinjiang Province. The area is known for its colorful culture in its ethnic minorities and for Djengis Khan.

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