Movies

RunningTheSahara Movies Running the Sahara – On February 20, Charlie, Ray and Kevin touched the Red Sea, just a few hours before sunset. Their quest had lasted 111 days and taken them through 6 countries: Senegal, Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Libya, and Egypt. By the team’s daily GPS record, they had traveled over 4,300 miles (6,920 kilometers). They fought through injury and extreme fatigue to reach their goal, which changed them forever.
RunFatBoyRun 203x300 Movies Run, Fat Boy, Run – This comedy that will provide a laundry list of things to not do if you want to run a marathon such as smoking, heavy drinking, taking three weeks to train, having an inexperienced coach, not having race registration, getting new shoes, waking up late on race day, not going your own pace, and falling during the race.
SaintRalphDVD 206x300 Movies Saint Ralph – Set in a Catholic school environment, the story follows fourteen year old Ralph who is seeking a miracle to save his mother from a coma. Ralph is “sentenced” to the cross country team by the headmaster after getting in trouble for watching a women in a shower at the public pool. Ralph later concludes that if he performs an impossible running feat that it might be the miracle needed to save his mother’s life. The cross country coach, Father Hibbert, recognizes his running talent and invests in training him as he sets out to win the 1954 Boston marathon.
RunningOnTheSun1 Movies Running on The Sun – The Badwater 135, the equivalency of five back-to-back marathons, eschews the trappings of traditional races. There are no cheering crowds. There is no monetary reward. There is little media attention or applause. Often, there is no end in sight. Instead, the runners rely on themselves for motivation, comfort and determination. The only tangible prize, awarded for completing the race in under 48 hours, is a belt buckle, a coveted symbol of achievement among ultra-runners.The body weathers extreme environmental conditions throughout the race.