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Interviews

March 2017 - Argiris (“Argi”) Papathanassopoulos (Greece)

1. Can you tell us about yourself? I am 44-year old guy who is trying to balance my stressful job as an Emergency Doctor with my passion of running…  Read more

Dec 2016 - Sally Ford (UK)

The winner of GlobalLimits Cambodia – The Ancient Khmer Path - , Sally Ford (UK),  tells us about herself and how she liked the race in Cambodia.  I…  Read more

Sept 2016 - Ali Wehbi (Lebanon)

Ali Wehbi, The “Lebanese Desert Runner”, is a veteran of GlobalLimits’ Bhutan and Sri Lanka race.  He has been running for various charitable…  Read more

June 2016 - Amy Sue Biondich (USA) - Medical Director

Amy Biondich has been our medical director for two of our races and she has been in our races for 5 times.  She is currently living in Orlando,…  Read more

June 2016 - Véronique Messina (France)

Véronique Messina (France) is the first GlobalLimits runner who had won all the three GlobalLimits races in Cambodia, Sri Lanka and Bhutan.  She has…  Read more

March 2016 - Xavi Marina (Spain)

Introduction Javier Marina (Xavi) is from Blanes, Costa Brava, Spain.  The Wild Elephant Trail 2016 is his first GlobalLimits race and he has…  Read more

Dec 2015 - Dion Leonard (Australia)

A brief self-introduction I’m an Australian, currently living in Edinburgh, Scotland and happily to married to wife Lucja from Edinburgh Run Tours. I…  Read more

Sept 2015 - Stan Lee (Canada)

We interviewed Canadian runner Stan Lee, a veteran of GlobalLimits' races, on his thoughts on multi-day stage races. He likes racing so much that he…  Read more