< Cambodia 2014
19.12.2013 12:50 Age: 6 yrs
Category: Cambodia, Bhutan

GlobalLimits Newsletter Dezember 2013

Review: GlobalLimits Cambodia 2013 - The Ancient Khmer Path - ended last week with an emotional finish inside
the world heritage site of Angkor Wat. Outstanding 97 % of the runners, representing 18 nations, finished all 6 stages and 220km. 35% were
first time starters in a multi stage race.
First man was Stephan Vernay from France followed by defending champion Salvador Calvo from Spain.
Third man was Shane Rattenbury from Australia.
The women category was dominated by the two french friends Veronique Messina just ahead of Clementine
Tanguide, both in their first multi stage race. Third place went to Georgina Ayre from Great Britain.
Impressive performance by the blind Korean runner Young Sul Lee who was guided by his friend Gyeong Su Kim.
Runners ran through rural villages and the Cambodian jungle while the camp sites were set up in local
houses, monasteries, ancient temples or at the impressive Kulen waterfalls.

Results: www.global-limits.com/the-ancient-khmer-path/race-update/results.html

You can find photos on www.global-limits.com/the-ancient-khmer-path/photosvideos.html or on facebook www.facebook.com/GlobalLimitsSportMarketing?ref=hl The date for the 3rd edition of "The Ancient Khmer Path" is set from 28th Nov - 6th Dec 2014
and the registration is open now on www.global-limits.com
Strictly limited entries only!!!

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GlobalLimits Bhutan 2014 - The Last Secret -
200km - 6 stages
+10.000 / -8.000

30th May - 7th June

One of the most spectacular stage races in the most blissful country on earth. Experience an amazing landscape, run through evergreen prime forest, pass amazing monasteries and
immerse yourself in traditional Buddhist culture. Start the race at the terrific situated Punakha Dzong, definitely the most beautiful fortress in Bhutan. Run through rural villages and cross three 3500m passes. Stay in farmhouses more than a century old, or in the small cells of the young monks in a monastery
at 3500m. Finish the race at the most spectacular and mystic monastery on earth, hanging in the cliffs at an altitude
of 3000m with an outstanding view to the Paro valley, the Taktshang Goemba, also known as "The Tiger’s Nest". Photos from this years event on www.global-limits.com/buthan-the-last-secret/photosvideos.html
Registration deadline is the 11st April but please note that we accept strictly limited entries only and
the flight capacity to/from Bhutan are very limited. Registration on www.global-limits.com
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ GlobalLimits wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We are looking forward to meeting you in 2014.