VIDEO - The North Face TransGranCanariaTue, 20/03/2012 - 12:42 — Petzl America -...
Following the teaser, here is the long version of The North Face® Transgrancanaria® 2012 report. Saturday, March 3rd : French ultra-runner Sébastien Chaigneau won the 123 km, 5500m vertical gain race on Gran Canaria Island (Spain), establishing a new 12h54mn course record. Brazilian Fernanda Maciel led the women’s category finishing in 15h02mn.
Sébastien Chaigneau and Fernanda Maciel win the The North Face TransGranCanaria 2012 ultra-trailWed, 07/03/2012 - 13:39 — Petzl America -...
The first ultra of the season, The North Face TransGranCanaria, is a good warm up for runners who compete all year long on the ultra-marathon circuit. This race, which covers 123km and 5500m vertical gain, runs from north to south across the largest island of the archipelago.
New: Wallpaper downloadsThu, 14/04/2011 - 14:58 — Petzl News
A new group of sport wallpapers has just been put online where you'll find ten of the most amazing images from the Petzl Sport catalogs.
Choose among a variety of activities and select your screen resolution to find the best!
RAGNAR Relay Series, Wasatch Back 2010Wed, 23/06/2010 - 19:58 — Petzl America -...
June 18-19, 2010 — The course began in Logan, Utah, snaking south and then cutting east through Park City, ultimately heading back west and finishing at the Canyons Ski Resort, 30 miles east of downtown Salt Lake City. All told, runners covered 188 miles, in relay fashion, day and night, with teams taking anywhere from 18 to 41 hours to finish. The set up: 12 runners per team, three legs per runner, three to nine miles per leg, 36 legs total…plus, the runners gained 15,050 feet of elevation and lost 12,592 feet over the length of the course.
10 MILA 2009Wed, 22/04/2009 - 11:03 — Petzl
A story by Thierry Gueorgiou.
Photos courtesy by Jean Paul Hosotte, Jon Rockeffeler & 10Mila organisation.
"The 64th annual Tiomila race proved to be unique for several reasons.
10 Mila - the movieTue, 26/08/2008 - 11:49 — Petzl
The 10 Mila is the most popular Nordic orienteering race. It takes place in Sweden and draws 8,000 racers. The twist: the competition takes place at night...