Kilian Jornet injures his fibula in the Pierra Menta

09 April 2018

Kilian Jornet injures his fibula in the Pierra Menta

Last Saturday Kilian Jornet fell during the Pierra Menta, a mountain ski race which was held in Areches Beaufort, in the French Alps. 

National Geographic Adventurer Of The Year

11 March 2018

National Geographic Adventurer Of The Year

National Geographic has rewarded Kilian Jornet as an adventurer of the year 2018, recognizing his double ascent to Everest alone, without oxygen or fixed ropes.

Path to Everest screenings

08 March 2018

Path to Everest screenings

The premiere of the documentary “Path to Everest“, which tells the vital trajectory of Kilian Jornet to the highest summit in the world and concludes the Summits of My Life project, brought together more than 3,000 people in the movie theaters in Bilbao, Pamplona , Madrid and Barcelona.

"Path to Everest": the end of Summits of My Life

14 February 2018

"Path to Everest": the end of Summits of My Life

Kilian Jornet’s Summits of My Life project has reached completion with the documentary "Path to Everest”. The trailer was released on Wednesday and dates have been set for the premières in Spain.

Kilian Jornet returns to competition three months after shoulder operation

06 February 2018

Kilian Jornet returns to competition three months after shoulder operation

Next weekend Kilian Jornet will return to competitive mountain skiing three months after undergoing a shoulder operation. It will be the fourth event in the World Cup and will be held at Saint Vincent (France) where skiers will compete in the individual event and the vertical kilometre.   

Kilian Jornet and Emelie Forsberg present Testing Ourselves

21 November 2017

Kilian Jornet and Emelie Forsberg present Testing Ourselves

Is it possible to climb 8,000m summit in a fortnight? What type of acclimatisation is necessary and how does it affect the body? These were the questions the athletes Kilian Jornet and Emelie Forsberg were asking themselves. In search of an answer they set off to reach the summit of Cho Oyu (8,220m) using a new acclimatisation method that could revolutionise climbing.

A quiet autumn

20 October 2017

A quiet autumn

Kilian Jornet was in the operating theatre today where he had an reinsertion of the glenoid labrum on both shoulders. This should resolve the problem of the various injuries Jornet has suffered going back several years after he dislocated both shoulders in a skiing accident.

Marató Pirineu to finish the season

23 September 2017

Marató Pirineu to finish the season

In an unbeatable manner and close to home, Kilian Jornet has once again made history in the Ultra Pirineu. The Cerdanya runner has once again shown that he is unstoppable, this time in the Marató Pirineu. Jornet has been declared the real champion the fourth time this event has been staged and has smashed the records completing the 42km in a time of 3:44:28

In front of UTMB

03 September 2017

In front of UTMB

Kilian Jornet, who finished second in the Ultra Trail del Mont Blanc (UTMB) in a closely fought race with the Frenchman François d’Haene, arrived after racing for 19h16m.

Forth kiss to the Hardrock

15 July 2017

Forth kiss to the Hardrock

Kilian Jornet has clocked up his fourth consecutive victory in the Hardrock 100. The ultra-distance race held in the San Juan mountains in Colorado is one of the most famous on the calendar and is also one of the Cerdanya athlete’s favourites.  

Kilian Jornet kicks off his season with a victory in a hotly-contested Marathon du Mont-Blanc

26 June 2017

Kilian Jornet kicks off his season with a victory in a hotly-contested Marathon du Mont-Blanc

Once again, Kilian Jornet put on a shirt number and stood ready and waiting at the starting line of a trail race, less than a month after overcoming the challenge of reaching the summit of Everest twice in under a week.

Kilian Jornet summits Everest twice in one week without supplemental oxygen.

28 May 2017

Kilian Jornet summits Everest twice in one week without supplemental oxygen.

Kilian Jornet climbed in a single push the north face of Mount Everest (8.848m) for the second time in a week. For this he did not use oxygen nor fixed ropes. Jornet had already reached the summit on 22nd May but stomach cramps had prevented him from completing the route as planned.