Mountaineering and Doping

The term doping is widely used by organizations that regulate sporting competitions to explain the use of drugs or methods to enhance performance and/or is harmful to the athlete’s health and is considered unethical, and therefore prohibited, by most international sports organizations. PED’s (performance-enhancing drugs) are substances that are used to improve any form of activity performance…

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Risk, Consequence, Exposure and Compromise.

“That’s super risky!” is what you will probably think watching Alex Honold free soloing El Capitan. But Alex disagrees. In this interview for National Geographic Alex says that what he does “is very high consequence, but I don’t think it’s particularly risky. The odds of me actually falling are very low.” We often put ourselves…

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24h of elevation in ski

It is 4 kind of activities we can do in the mountains; training, social, activities and tests. Yesterday was one of the last. If an activity is when you include different variables a test is when you isolate one of them to explore-it and push-it at your best. Here the variable was elevation and endurance.…

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Traversée des Grandes Murailles

I was heading to Cervinia to have some fun training between Sierre Zinal and Troffeo Kima. I parked my van where I use to park and camp in Cervinia and in August 15 I climbed Matterhorn from Leone ridge went down Hörnli to Zermatt and back to Cervinia via Teodulo, during the tour many memories…

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Romsdalsfjord Skyline

8-9-10 june 2018, running-climbing arround Romsdalsfjord by the ridges. 168km – +-20.000m – max V. Self-supported (one village halfway) Gear: x-alpine shoes (change to sense ultra at village), socks (2), long teeshirt, shorts, skin pro 15 backpack, x-alp gloves, down jacket, hybrid pants,cutted 20cm iceaxe, 3 part poles, sunglasses, balaclava, 50m 5mm dynema rope, light harness, 1 safety carabinner,…

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