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Posts tagged "courmayeur"
Trail Running article by Skipedia in ‘Men's Running’ Magazine

Trail Running article by Skipedia in ‘Men’s Running’ Magazine

Iain Martin from Skipedia recently took part in the CCC ultramarathon – part of the UTMB trail running weekend. His report of the 101km race from Courmayeur in Italy to Chamonix in France was published online on ‘Men’s Running Magazine’ last week. You can read the full article on their website.        ...
12 Things We Learned At The Ski Club of Great Britain 2013 Report Launch

12 Things We Learned At The Ski Club of Great Britain 2013 Report Launch

Skipedia went along today to the launch of the Ski Club of Great Britain Industry Report 2013. Billed as the ‘largest piece of consumer research ever in the UK snowsports market’, Ski Club CEO Frank McCusker, said he was ‘cautiously optimistic’ about the data it revealed. The report has been compiled using data from eleven...
Courmayeur article by Skipedia in 'Tribe' Magazine

Courmayeur article by Skipedia in ‘Tribe’ Magazine

This article about Courmayeur in the Aosta Valley was written by Iain Martin and published in ‘Tribe’ magazine in 2011.    
How The North Face backed the right horse...

How The North Face backed the right horse…

The North Face Ultra Trail Du Mont Blanc (UTMB), now in its 9th year, is now established as the unofficial world summit of trail running. With 7200 runners from 62 nations taking part, all of whom had to qualify to be able to compete, the event is the largest on the calendar. Great positioning for The...
When automation goes wrong...

When automation goes wrong…

Automation saves time, but can lose fans I posted last week showing how automating your Facebook updates may not be the best idea. Scrolling through the pages that Skipedia follows on Facebook this morning, I couldn’t help notice some ugly automation. Lots of exciting new updates from Courmayeur? Courmayeur, I name you… I could only...