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RUNNING ACROSS THE GOBI DESERT, THE HARDEST WAY POSSIBLE

23 Jun

Zahab runs through the world’s hottest deserts. Literally runs! At 44 years old, I quite admire him. Born in Carp, Ontario, he’s truly a Canadian hero! – tk

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In a matter of days renowned international adventurer Ray Zahab is attempting to undertake a challenge that will be the ultimate test of his endurance. On June 23, Ray and his team will set out in the latest inov-8 Challenge Series expedition which will see them attempt to run across the Gobi Desert at its widest point covering a distance of approximately 2,300km, with minimal daily resupply. This would be the first time anyone has set out to run right across the broadest part of the Gobi Desert.
Canadian Ray is a man who has previously accomplished some astonishing feats. The intrepid athlete has run across the Sahara Desert, which was filmed for a documentary produced by actor Matt Damon. Ray has also broken the world speed record for an unsupported team expedition to the South Pole and was the first person to run the length of the entire Atacama…

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3 responses to “RUNNING ACROSS THE GOBI DESERT, THE HARDEST WAY POSSIBLE

  1. seeker

    June 24, 2013 at 9:07 pm

    Wow, a legend. Is he still around?

     
    • tkmorin

      June 24, 2013 at 9:29 pm

      Last I heard, he was starting the Gobi desert … today or tomorrow. Isn’t it amazing? 🙂

       

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