Ryan Sandes at Ultra Trail Cape Town
Ultrarunner Ryan Sandes has been running the trails around his home in Cape Town since he was a boy. So when the Ultra Trail Cape Town race was centered around those very trails, it was more like a homecoming than a race.
Finding Escape Through Mountains
In 1959, sixteen-year-old Ian Sykes left school and joined the Royal Air Force Mountain Rescue.
An Ultrarunner Explores Route 66
From Salomon TV, Route 66 follows Max King as he explores a not-so-forgotten American roadway.
How Ryan Sandes Won Western States
Ryan Sandes is a prestigious ultrarunner from South Africa. After a few disappointing finishes, he set his sights on Western States 2017.
A Look Back at the Broken Arrow Skyrace
What is a skyrace you may ask? Well, it's a niche discipline within ultra running focused on running over mountain ranges or, as its founder Marino Giacometti put it, running where the earth meets the sky.
A Look Back at Western States 2017
From RunSteepGetHigh Ice.Fire.Grit. follows elite runners Jim Walmsley, Ryan Sandes, Clare Gallagher, and more as they compete in one of the most challenging Western States races to date.
How One Wrong Turn Changed Jim Walmsley's Career
From 9MindAsylum, "Wrong Turns", brings you along with ultrarunner Jim Walmsley in what was supposed to be his breakout race at Western States.
A Gwich'in Ultrarunner's 4,600-Mile Journey Across Canada
Caribou Legs, a film from The Solidarity Union, follows Bradley Firth as he runs from 4,600 miles from Vancouver to St. John's. He battles his own inner demons of drug addiction and alcoholism while raising awareness for systemic violence against indigenous women.
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