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Grossglockner Berglauf Race Report

Mountain weather is an unpredictable beast, which often adds an extra challenge to our sport. Despite blue skies the day before, the runners woke up to grey, rainy skies and chilly temperatures in Heiligenblut. But nothing could dampen their enthusiasm for one of the most famous and revered mountain races in the world. This is Grossglockner Berglauf.

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World Cup Stage Two: Grossglockner Berglauf

On Sunday 11th July we head to Austria for the next stage of the 2021 World Cup with Grossglockner Berglauf. This race has provided some epic mountain running races over the years and excitement is high for this year’s race, which features some of the best in-form athletes of the moment.  We take a look at this historic race and the athletes who are expected to feature. 

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Play More In Nature

In his latest athlete post Fujio Miyachi of Japan tells us how he gets young people to engage with nature through play, encouraging a whole new generation of mountain runners.

When I look back on my elementary school days, as I have written before, I was not athletic at all. However, I believe that growing up in nature had a connection with the fact that I started mountain running when I became an adult.

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World Cup Stage One: Tatra Race Run

The hugely anticipated first race in the 2021 World Cup took place on Sunday 27th June, in Zakopane, Poland. Tatra Race Run was the venue for stage one and it was classified as a long mountain race, at 24km, with around 1700m of ascent.

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