Video: Inspiration At The End of the World

The Patagonian Expedition Race is one of the toughest, most challenging endurance events on the planet. Each year some of the top adventure racers in the world travel to Chile to take part in the suffer-fest that is “The Last Wild Race,” and most go home exhausted and beaten, but throughly satisfied.

This year the team of the GearJunkie/YogaSlackers took third place at the PER while also managing to capture much of the adventure on video. They put together the short film below to share those experiences with others and it is a fantastic look not only at the sport of AR but the very personal nature of adventure in all its forms. Really great stuff.

Thanks to the GearJunkie for sharing!

Kraig Becker

2 thoughts on “Video: Inspiration At The End of the World”

  1. The end of the world is near.

    When Barack Obama announced the US (2010) national budget for this year, we experienced unprecedented feelings. Never before had an imperialistic power moved them to pity. This is unthought-of. This year’s deficit is estimated to be $1.6 trillion and its foreign debt has gotten completely out of hand. It hits numbers that only mathematicians and astrophysicists knew existed few decades ago. There is no space for these numbers in the electronic boards so it is driven to add new elements on them.

    It all started with the big crisis of 1929. The American economy reached a deadlock because of its social "pathogenesis"; a deadlock that led it to economic crisis in a different – faster- pace than the rest of the industrial forces of that time. Important decisions had to be made – mostly social – and the Whites didn't like that, especially the Whites' rulers, the Anglo-Saxons.

    Authored by Panagiotis Traianou

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