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Joy and pain – a learning curve

The scene at Cavalls del Vent.  Photo © Jordi SaragossaThe tragic incident at the Ultra Cavalls del Vent gives us all cause for reflection…and provokes many questions.   What can we do in the future to make our races safer? Can we continue to hold these marvellous, challenging races whatever the weather? How?


 
Cavalls – Jornet and Picas triumph on home soil

Anna Frost, Nuria Picas and Emelie Forsberg: ©ISFKilian Jornet and Nuria Picas carve out new records despite the gruesome weather, while Americans Anton Krupicka and Dakota Jones excel in second and third places respectively


 
Cavalls – another star-studded Ultra

© Jordi CanyameresYet another star-studded line-up gathers for the fourth race in the Skyrunner® Ultra Series at the Ultra Cavalls del Vent in the rugged Cadi-Moixeró National Park, Spanish Pyrenees. Last-minute confirmation has just been received that Kilian Jornet will participate. The glittering cast also stars Miguel Heras, Tòfol Castañer, Dakota Jones, Anton Krupicka, Joe Grant, Philipp Reiter and


 
Kima – more Sky

winner Kilian Jornet. (C) Jordi SaragossaKilian Jornet didn’t disappoint today on the fabulous Kima course in the Italian Alps.  With 3,800m vertical climb over seven passes, the Kima Trophy perfectly embodies the skyrunning concept.  Jornet’s winning time was 6h28'52".  Second, Tom Owens in 6h39'28" and third, Italy’s Franco Sancassani in 6h45'39". Andy Symonds was an excellent 4th


 
Kima calling

Kilian Jornet, 2010 Kima winner. (C) LongLightFresh from their victories at Pikes Peak Marathon in Colorado, World Series ranking leaders Kilian Jornet and Emelie Forsberg have arrived in Italy’s Val Masino for Sunday’s Kima Trophy, third of the new Ultra Series races


 
Pikes Peak – Jornet and Forsberg winners

Emelie Forsberg racing for the win. © Droz PhotoThe records stand, but new champions emerge:  Kilian Jornet wins the 57th Pikes Peak Marathon, Sunday, in 3h40’26” followed by new skyrunning star, American Alex Nichols in 3h47’22” and Max King, third in 3h50’10”


 
Pikes Peak Marathon – records may fall

Kilan Jornet & Greg Vollet training on PP. (c) Droz Photo – Salomon Running

All eyes will be on Kilian Jornet at Sunday’s Pikes Peak Marathon after his controversial win at the Speedgoat 50k in July.  Recent interviews with the skyrunning star underline the difference in both style and terrain between European racing and American trail running


 
Sierre Zinal – De Gasperi and Camboulive winners

Winner Marco De GasperiA triumphant win for an extraordinary Marco De Gasperi who finished 6’02” ahead of Portugal’s Cesar Costa at Sunday's Course de Sierre Zinal. Columbian David Jose Cardona was third


 
Sierre Zinal – the stage is set

Marco De Gasperi in action 2011Marco De Gasperi will be at the start line of Sunday’s Course de Sierre Zinal again, defending last year’s win. Without sparring partner Kilian Jornet he still has plenty of competition coming from Britain’s Tom Owens, Spaniards Luis Alberto Hernando and Tofol Castanyer as well as Portugal’s Cesar Costa, second last year, together with a host of super-strong contenders from various countries


 
Speedgoat and Giir di Mont roundup

Tofol Castanyer and Kasie EnmanTwo great races – many great champions.  Winners at Saturday’s Speedgoat 50k , the second World Series Ultra, were Kilian Jornet and Anna Frost.  Jornet finished in 5h14’10” breaking the course record


 
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