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We want to make history.
It’s considered the world’s toughest sportive. With 5500 m (over 18000 feet) of elevation gain over 238 km, the Ötztaler Radmarathon combines adventure and suffering. That’s what makes it the most terrifying race and most coveted challenge in one. The 39th edition of the event took place on 1 September, along the traditional route that starts and finishes in Sölden, in Austrian Tyrol, taking in the Alps’ majestic peaks and captivating passes.Read
Since 2008, the Red Train of the Bernina Express has boasted UNESCO world-heritage status. Departing from Tirano in Italy, it winds its way into the Bernina range, taking in the magnificent scenery of the Swiss Alps.Read
The Italian #UYNner produced a work of art: first woman and third overall to complete the 161km along the “Wall Trail”, 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall. By completing the race in just 15h22m49s, she set a new record time for women at the event.Read
#UYNner Ilaria Veronese, Italian under-23 Alpine Skiing champion, wins the UYN Vertical Courmayeur Mont Blanc. The skyrunning event was a proven success for spectators and participants alike, taking place on Friday 2 and Saturday 3 AugustRead
UYN innovation is to be running feature at the Generali München Marathon, one of Europe’s largest and highly anticipated running events. In a three-year deal, the Italian sportswear brand has become the event’s co-sponsor and official provider. The marathon is a classic: on Sunday 13 October 2019 it will celebrate its 34th year.Read
Nine consecutive ascents of Bisbino on the bike, for a total of 8848 m of elevation - the same as the world’s highest summit. On Sunday 21 July, the cyclist from Como, Italy, met his target with the vital support of UYN kit.Read
There’s something ancient and ritualistic in the way Filippo, Federico, Manuel and Agnese’s lay out the sails on the pier, preparing to hoist them onto the mast. Taking on the winds, navigating the waters: it’s a thrill that spans the history of humankind and expresses the immutable ambition to overcome the limits imposed by nature.Read
An exhausting battle on the seething waters of the Munzur River, pitting muscles, nerves and paddles against nature’s elements - and against the best teams in the world. In June, Tunceli, a Turkey city located within the massif of Eastern Anatolia, played host to the first-ever World Rafting Federation’s World Championships.Read