“If they test me for doping after the race, i feel honored.” The UTMB is the kind of race, where humankind is pushing the physical limits. SOURCE Athlete Roman Spivak about his upcoming ultimate ultra.
Ultrarunner Roman Spivak worked with our developers on testing and improving the Hipster from first prototype to the perfect performance.
We’re looking forward to Melbourne’s unique Running Convention hosted by Adventure Runner Richard Bowles and featuring world famous runners.
Watch part 4 of Richard Bowles’ mini-documentary, where he climbs on the monster’s back – and talks about the agility and other advantages of the DUNE.
The guide predicts “a good six hours” of muddy jungle trail for the next section of Richard’s Sumatra run …
In part 2 of Richard’s Sumatra Volcano Adventure Run he introduces the Widepac Hydration System while the volcano erupts in the background …
Rain forests, jungle, volcanic lakes – and an erupting volcano. The perfect playground for Adventure Runner Richard Bowles. Here’s clip 1 from his trip.
Congrats to Adventure Runner Richard Bowles from all of the SOURCE team! What an achievement.
From next Sunday, SOURCE Athlete Richard Bowles is back on trail, pushing himself to succeed in another mission impossible: two marathons a day (85km), for 14 consecutive days.
We’ve been supporting Carlos Goldberg’s Israel National Trail run – today, three quarters into the run, his adventure ended very abruptly.
Last week, Adventure Runner Richard Bowles announced his new project. Watch our first ever SOURCE Athlete Hangout with him!
He covered the Sahara Ultra Marathon and 80 marathons in 66 days on the Apalachian Trail. Now Carlos is ready for the 1,000 km Israel National Trail – again.
SOURCE supports Kris Soltesz from Sweden, attempting a solo-run crossing of the Nepali Himalayas this fall.
Congratulations from all of us at SOURCE! Adventure Runner Richard Bowles finished his Israel National Trail Run in Kibbutz Dan. What an amazing project this was.
After his recovery from a heavy infection, Richard is back on the Israel National Trail, covering more than 150 km of the remaining 400 km in only two days. If all goes well, we expect him to cross the finish-line on May 9!
The medical out for Richard Bowles was a big blow – but not the end of the INT Run. If the recovery goes as planned, Richard will return after one week of resting to the trail.