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Enjoy part 2 of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast 2012. Founder Robin Judkins wanted to release this for entertainment & motivate at this time.
Enjoy part 1 of the 2012 Coast to Coast Cinema edit. Great coverage of the "earthquake edition" of the epic race. Ideal entertainment or training motivation for these homebound times.
Wanaka athlete Dougal Allan is no stranger to putting himself through a little pain, but in amongst his track record of herculean multi-sport efforts
First-ever XTERRA World Rankings for athletes based on factors including strength and depth of field, course difficulty, and finishing time.
The Kathmandu Coast to Coast has experienced unprecedented demand for entries, with the 2021 event sold out just over a week after entries opened.
Course changes, course records, and a new name on the women’s Longest Day trophy are all highlights from the 38th Kathmandu Coast to Coast which also saw a record number of 1,035 athletes competing in New Zealand’s longest-running Multisport event.
Admittedly it has been hard to make myself sit down and summarise my race experience from the weekend.
The Kathmandu Coast to Coast has a new elite women’s champion after Tauranga’s Corrine O’Donnell claimed the 38th Longest Day title
Whakatane’s Sam Clark returned to the Kathmandu Coast to Coast to win his fourth elite men’s Longest Day titles, a title he described as his best yet.
Christchurch’s Bevan Jones who lead for most of the Mountain Run stage was pipped at the Klondyke corner finish line by Marcus Woutersen, a dairy farmer from Cambridge.