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Jayson Cavill

Gecko race vest review | montane 26/06/2020
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Minimal Pack, Best Value

The Montane VIA Gecko race vest won ‘Best Value’ in a group-test of 12 minimalist running packs. Designed around the revolutionary FREELIGHT chassis, the Gecko allows efficient storage of all the essentials and nothing more. Ideal for training or chasing PB’s. ‘Best Value’ WHAT TRAIL RUNNING SAYS:   Testers were impressed that so many features were packed so cleverly into such a competitively priced pack, making it ideal for supported races and warmer weather runs, where a ginormous kit list isn’t warranted: “Tough and comfy, a workhorse of a small... Read More

jayson cavill interview | montane 24/01/2020
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JAYSON’S SPINE

A quick interview with Montane Athlete Jayson Cavill about his spellbinding performance at this years’ Montane Spine Race touching on; tactics, kit, and – most imporantly – the spirit of racing. What was the thought process behind deciding to chase Kelly down? This didn’t really kick in until after the second night. Until then the focus had been getting as far along the course as possible and making sure I was in a position to even finish. Balancing this with moving well enough to stay in contention should things develop... Read More

Day 5 Spine Race | montane 15/01/2020
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SPINE RACE 2020: One-Third Victory, Two-Thirds Heartbreak

John Kelly leads the Montane Spine race at the end of it’s fourth day by a staggering margin and looks certain to win a race he has led since we left Edale on Sunday. The former Barkley Marathons winner has picked up his pace on the final day setting a blistering pace and arriving in the Cheviot Hills whilst no other runner was beyond CP5, more than 30 miles/50km behind him. Spine Race Day 5 Elsewhere, there was heartbreak for 2 runners who until today had looked certain to take... Read More

2020 SPINE athlete team | montane 10/01/2020
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MEET TEAM MONTANE

Amongst those toeing the line at 8am on Sunday 11th Jan in the wind and rain stand the athletes of Team Montane, keen to challenge themselves against the course and Jasmine’s record:   DEBBIE MARTIN CONSANI MONTANE ATHLETE | Race #194 Debbie regularly competes in 24hr races at an internatinoal level. she has also won and/or medalled in races such as the Montane Lakeland 50 and 100, and finished in the top 20 females at the 2017 Tor des Géants .Her mental fortitude is second to none and comes into... Read More

30/07/2019
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JAYSON CAVILL: MONTANE LAKELAND 50 WINNER 2019 REPORT

This year’s Montane Lakeland was such a fantastic weekend for my own result but also I am so grateful to be there and involved with such a brilliant atmosphere. I may be slightly biased as I have had some great experiences there, then again I have also had a not so good one, but the weekend really stands out as one of the best not just in the UK but out of all of the ones Kim and I have done overseas too, it is really special. Jayson winning the... Read More

spine race and challenger | montane 14/01/2019
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MONTANE SPINE RACE – MONDAY 14th JANUARY

Britain’s Jasmin Paris battles Eugeni Roselló Solé (ESP) in brutal 268 mile race. Pre-Race    Day 1    Day2     Day3     Day4    Day5    Day6    Day7    Day8    Day9 As the MONTANE® Spine® Race enters into its second night, an epic contest for lead position is being played out across the Pennines. Jasmin Paris (GBR), first placed female, is running neck and neck with 2013 MONTANE® Spine® Race winner, Eugeni Roselló Solé (ESP), first placed male. This battle of the sexes commenced from the start of the race when both Paris and... Read More

26/04/2018
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JAYSON CAVILL: 3 Peaks Prep – Return to Roots

In the run-up to his 3 Peaks attempt this weekend, Jayson reflects for a moment on his mental and physical preparation.  Disecting motives and performance parameters has lead to a sea-change in his approach to – and relationship with – running, heralding a new ‘Return to Roots’ approach. The Lakeland 100 in July last year seems like a distant memory in some regards.  However, the lessons learned from the build-up and whole training year still sit firmly in my mind, albeit still a little uncomfortable to be honest… 8 months further... Read More