Category: review

August 17, 2016 / review

Trail des Fantômes has been on my running to-do list since the day I ran my first trail. Sometimes I was out of shape. More often there were calendar conflicts. But this year it suddenly became a certitude.

March 13, 2016 / ramblings

As I mentioned before, a little idea rose during our hikes through Gran Canaria. On the ascents, Kim had little trouble keeping up with me, except maybe where the trail was favouring my long legs. But when things went downhill, I mean literally downhill, the difference was remarkable.

September 3, 2014 / review
May 11, 2014 / review

Anton Krupicka is without a doubt one of my favourite ultra runners out there. I’ve been following his blog and short videos for a while now, so I just had to see “in the high country”. and well, i wasn’t disappointed.

May 6, 2014 / review

The Western States 100 is one of those legendary races. Probably the most legendary one on North-american territories. Take that as a starting point, add a battle between 4 of the greatest trail runners at the time during the 2010 edition of the race, and you’re in for 2 hours of breath-taking cinema

April 30, 2014 / review
August 24, 2011 / review

CorreromorirNOWBOOKSTruth is: this one, I haven’t read. And there’s a good reason for that. The book I’m talking about is “Córrer o morir” by Kilian Jornet and it’s available on Amazon FR here but, as you might have guessed by the title, it’s in Spanish (or Catalan I suppose to be precise). But if anyone is in for a challenge, feel free to translate it so I can read it! If you’re wondering why i’d want this book so much, see below!

Also, if anyone has other running-related reading advise, please share!

Any other books on running you can recommend? comment away!