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55 kms at 10th edition of La Ultra - The High

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55 kms at 10th edition of La Ultra - The High

If you’ve risked your life by running a full marathon(s) in gas-chambers of modern cities of ‘civilised’ world, here is your chance to push it a bit further in scenic Ladakh, by running 55 kms over Wari-La, a high mountain pass not yet infested by tourists who can’t differentiate between Goa and Ladakh.

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Why do anything?

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Why do anything?

In life you reach a point where you stop feeling... yes feeling anything. No pain, no fear, no anger, no joy, no disgust, no trust or mistrust, no anticipation, no surprise, no sadness, no thirst, no hunger, no depression, no hate, no love, no nothing. But you have to go through all of them and much more, literally to abysmally lows and higher than highest highs to get there. And then you suddenly realise that nothing matters. You and everything else around you is simply insignificant.

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La Ultra - The High special podcast

La Ultra - The High special podcast

To know all about the 2016 edition of La Ultra - The High, listen to this special edition of Move-Mint running podcast. 

The Ultra Couple

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The Ultra Couple

Alex (Germany) & Dunya (Behrain), a couple changed by ultra running. 

Dunya and Alex left behind an unhealthy life of well-rounded smokers, and picked up running in 2009 and ultra running in 2014. Now the changed couple are running La Ultra - The High for the second year.

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Mark the Monk at La Ultra - The High

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Mark the Monk at La Ultra - The High

Mark is a complete ultra runner having two extreme aspects to him, one that of extremely competitive athlete but on the other a monk of a runner. He's running 333km at La Ultra - The High for the third time.

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Making a Dangerous event Difficult

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Making a Dangerous event Difficult

At La Ultra - The High, I try to make a Dangerous event Difficult. But most humans suffer from the 'Immortal till we die' syndrome. Rules up there are for the safety of the runners. That is my first priority. I would never ever compromise on that. 

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Genesis of La Ultra - The High

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Genesis of La Ultra - The High

Khirki to Leh... it needs to start somewhere, with someone. Thanks a million miles to all who believed in my crazy idea when there was nothing to show for it. The journey started in July of 2010. Now La Ultra - The High is a name to reckon with in Ultra running world globally. 

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