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@alexborsuk - A L E X

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In constant search of the next type-2 fun, the best taco, & my new favorite beer. ••• Supported by @salomon @suunto Sports nutritionist || PDX, OR

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This is Boris. We met Boris (& his buddy Potato) when he came up to our cabin to say hi on our second day in Montenegro. He is a stray, like many of the dogs I saw throughout the country. He let us cuddle him and then proceeded to lay outside our ca

Juicy Kotor ‍️ • We’ve been running around the entire country of Montenegro the last few days and I’ve been trying to stay mostly off my phone so I can soak in every bit of experience... so here’s a photo from a couple days ago when we took a trip to

For the last 4 days, I’ve been spending time in Ticino, the Italian-influenced region of Switzerland. I fell totally in love with this area of the country after visiting it last summer with @matthasenohr , and have dreamed about returning ever since.

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@scenictrailticino 54k RACE RECAP. (If you care ) Well, you win some, you lose some. Despite seemingly all the odds against me (lost luggage, no gear, sick, lost voice), today started off surprisingly well! The uphills (all ~13k ft of them) felt like

  • Solid effort in adverse conditions is called character! 💪

  • Dang it! Hope it’s not too bad. Ankles suck.

Had a proper “5 to 9 Adventure” last night after work with Otto and @s_j863 , with sunset beers and everything! Even though it takes a bit of an effort, it’s always worth it... because these little magical moments remind me that every day (even the “b

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Taking in the view (& a much needed break) after climbing (or rather, slogging up) Mt Whitney today - the highest point in the lower 48. Going straight from sea level to 14k+ ft is no joke, you guys, especially when you posthole for hours on no sleep

PART 3/3 of the Portland Tri: CLIMB After we filled up on salty hashbrowns, Sprite and coffee from Huckleberry Inn, we started our climb up Hood via the Glade Trail. Surprisingly, our legs felt fine at this point, but we sure were sleepy. Only 7k+ mo

  • Have I got an adventure idea for you! You outed your love of sufferfun so now you and @annacalla may be ensnared in my big plans...

  • @annacalla really???? You don’t even know what it is but are you free late July early August 😊?

PART 2/3 of the Portland Tri: RUN / HIKE We hopped on the Pacific Crest Trail from Cascade Locks and headed south towards Mt Hood. Our original plan was to take the PCT all the way to Timberline Lodge, but upon some assessment of the trails and curre

PART 1/3 of The Portland Tri: BIKE We packed all of our gear we’d need for biking, running/hiking, and climbing in our packs, hopped on our bikes, and set off from my house in Portland at 6am on Monday. A couple miles into our ride, we biked over the

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