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Getting fit in winter / Red Bull

Whipped this guide up for Red Bull online to inspire night time adventures this winter. Popped in a photo from our 98.5 hour run along the 156mile North Downs Way below.

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Salomon Glen Coe Skyline™ / Red Bull

Red Bull wanted an inspiring make-me-feel-I’m-there-on-the-mountain-with-you story from the UK’s hardest and most dangerous running race.

Completing the race’s 55km with 4,700m of ascent felt like feeding my quadriceps very slowly through a meat grinder. People clearly like that kind of schadenfreude stuff and Red Bull quickly pumped my suffering out on their global channel to an audience of 2.14million.

Photography by guillemcasanova.com and iancorless.com

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10 Training Tips for Vertical Kilometre Racing / Red Bull

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Number 10. Bring a Cowbell – Who would have thought?

Vertical Kilometre – The format is simple: competitors charge up steep mountains climbing 1000m over a course usually no longer than 5km.

This September I was in the Highlands of Scotland for the Glen Coe Skyline weekend. This first article about the weekend for Red Bull was an SEO friendly, quick turn around round-up of this popular new event.

Photography by guillemcasanova.com and iancorless.com

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Adventure Film Festival Director / Red Bull

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“Hi, my name’s Kyle. It’s seven o’clock in the morning, and I’m naked in Kyrgyzstan!”

That’s the opening line from The Road To Karakol, which screened at Matt Heason’s annual Sheffield Adventure Film Festival (ShAFF) in 2014.

This month for Red Bull I interviewed the man behind the choices behind the cameras at the Sheffield Adventure Film Festival.

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Race Director Interview / Red Bull, Jobs in Adventure

[:en]There’s one man behind the UK’s wildest running races. This month for Red Bull adventure I interviewed Shane Ohly for their Jobs In Adventure series. The article is supported by Ian Corless’ photography. 

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