Kilian Jornet Sets Uphill Skiing Record (77,000ft in 24 Hours)

Kilian Jornet Sets Uphill Skiing Record (77,000ft in 24 Hours)

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Kilian Jornet Sets Uphill Skiing Record (77,000ft in 24 Hours)

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“I don’t know why I do it. Its not fun. Its not interesting.”

Killian Jornet did something truly absurd last week in Molde, Norway. The Spanish ultra endurance athlete/professional skier shattered the existing record for uphill skiing by climbing 23,486 meters (over 77,000ft) in a 24 hour span.

Killian wrote an excellent post on his personal blog about the grueling 24 hour challenge including a complete list of the Salomon gear he trusted and a read out of his STRAVA analytics. PLEASE READ ON HERE:

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