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Par skimo.org le Mer, 2011-06-15 20:10.
Par skimo.org le Dim, 2011-03-20 09:45.
Today Pierra Menta ended with the expected victory of Kilian Jornet and Didier Blanc. In female category, Laetitia Roux and Mireia Miró won with probably the largest advantage over the second female team of all the history of Pierra Menta, over one hour!
Par Oriol Garrote le Sam, 2011-03-19 23:06.
Kilian Jornet and Didier Blanc won today's stage of Pierra Menta, but only a few seconds ahead of the second team, the Italians Guido Giacomelli and Lorenzo Holzknecht. The third place was for Manfred Reichegger and Damiano Lenzi, and fourth for Martin Anthamatten and William Bon Mardion.
Giacomelli get back this way to the second plance of the general rank, thanks as well to the bad race today of the Italian team Eydallin-Trento which finished a few minutes behind.
Par skimo.org le Lun, 2011-03-07 10:36.
The yellow and red Spanish flag shines on the fourth World Cup stage that took place this morning in val Martello (South Tyrol), during the Marmotta Trophy. Both the winners are well known names of international ski mountaineering: Kilian Jornet Burgada and Mirela Miro Varela.
Par skimo.org le Mer, 2011-03-02 16:05.
For the first time ever, Germany will be hosting a race being part of the official ISMF race calendar. With the Jennerstier (“Jennerbull”) ISMF Homologated Race at March 12th, the racers will have the opportunity to take part in Germany`s most prestigious Skimo race.
Par skimo.org le Mar, 2011-03-01 22:17.
Less than two weeks for the celebration of the Grand Nord, the ski mountaineering race we were all waiting in the Aran Valley.
The first edition of the Grand Nord, will involve the collaboration of Jordi Canals, ex-tecnical director of ISMC and director of CTEMC.
Par Oriol Garrote le Ven, 2011-02-25 09:27.
Par skimo.org le Jeu, 2011-02-24 17:57.
Par skimo.org le Jeu, 2011-02-24 12:51.
1. Kilian Jornet (ESP) - 1'27'08
2. William Bon Mardion (FRA) - 1'27'19
3. Yannick Buffet (FRA)- 1'27'38
4. Didier Blanc (FRA) - 1'28'04
5. Manfred Reichegger (ITA) - 1'29'08