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dateDescription of the ActivitySportLink
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0663En no Ozunu climb Mt Fujialpinism
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0905Abu Dolaf Kazraji climb Mount Damavand (5610m)alpinism
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1040First "Hill race" in Scotland, King Malcolm Canmore organized a race in Braemar, to select a courier.running
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1336Petrarca climbs Mount Ventouxalpinism
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1492Antoine de Ville climbs Mount Aiguillealpinism
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17591759: George Guest run 1000 miles in 28 days in Birminghamrunning
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17621762: Foster Powell run 100 miles in 21h20'running
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17621762: Foster Powell run 120 miles in 23h50running
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17621762: Foster Powell run 50 miles in 7hrunning
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1786Michel Paccard and Jacques Balmat climb Mont Blancalpinism
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17901790: John Barrett run 52 miles in 6h50'running
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17901790: Native Americans, organized as messengers in different companies, such as Iroquois Confederancy messengers, they ran 150km distances between Canadaigua and Niagara in the day.running
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18011801: Robert Barclay Allardice run 90 miles in 20h22'04''running
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18031803: Robert Barclay Allardice run 64 miles in 10hrunning
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18201820: In the outdoor play "Hare and Hounds" appears as a discipline in England trail running.running
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18241824: Fell race Whitworth Moorrunning
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18321832: Braemar Gathering (6km,310m-UK)running
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18451845: first edition of Alva Games (1,6km, 400m)running
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18471847: fell race at Lothersdalerunning
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18501850: fell race at Burnsall.running
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18501850: first edition of Grasmere (UK) 2.5 km-300mrunning
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18501850: Sondre Norheim starts parallel turns and invents bindings to go up and down easy, he did some competitions and demonstrations in Norwayskimo
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18541854-1865: Golden Age of Alpinism, major summits on the alps are climbed, until Matterhorn in 1865 by Whymper & Co.alpinism
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18551855: John "Snowshoe" Thompson, used skis to deliver the mail at least twice a month up and over the steep eastern scarp of the Sierra Nevada to remote California. Thompson's route of 90 miles (140 km) took 3 days in and 48 hours back out with a pack that eventually exceeded 100 pounds of mail.skimo
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18601860: First ski (then known as snowshoe) races in California, U.S.skimo
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18631863: amateur fell race Hallam Chase in the Rivelin Valley, near Sheffieldrunning
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186420 july Chamonix-Mont-Blanc Chamonix 4810m: Frédérik Morshead 16h 30 'alpinismhttp://www.kronobase.org/timeline-morshead_fait_le_parcours_chamonix-mont-blanc_chamonix_en_16h30-127704.html
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18641864: the Rev J M Elliott of Cambridge ascending Scafell Pike, Scafell, Great End, Great Gable, Kirk Fell, Pillar and Steeple, Red Pike and Stirrup Crag in 8hours 30running
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18641864: the Rev J M Elliott of Cambridge ascending Scafell Pike, Scafell, Great End, Great Gable, Kirk Fell, Pillar and Steeple, Red Pike and Stirrup Crag in 8hours 30running
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1867The New York Herald reported that eight Tarahumara women had competed in a 100-mile trail race between 2 tharaumara villagesrunning
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18681868: Guides Races (local guides) at Lake District and in Yorkshire Dales: short, steep, up and down coursesrunning
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18701870: Thomas Watson from Darlington achieved the first Round of all the 3000 footers, and over the final 30 years of the Victorian era the boundary was gradually pushed back to 70 miles and 18,000 feet in 22 1/2 hours by S.B.Johnson of Carlisle.running
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18701870: Thomas Watson from Darlington achieved the first Round of all the 3000 footers, and over the final 30 years of the Victorian era the boundary was gradually pushed back to 70 miles and 18,000 feet in 22 1/2 hours by S.B.Johnson of Carlisle.running
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18711871: Lawrence Pilkington and Bennett run from Dungeon Ghyll, 60 miles, 12.900ft in 21h15running
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1874John Muir run up Mt. Shasta in 4h10malpinismhttps://vault.sierraclub.org/john_muir_exhibit/writings/snow_storm_on_mount_shasta.aspx
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18761876: Big Hawk Chief runs from Pawnee Agency to Wichitas, 120 miles in 24 hours.running
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18781878: the brothers Tucker run from Elterwater 50 miles, 9000ft in 19h15running
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18801880: Cecil Slingsby crossed the 1,550 m high (5,800 ft) Keiser Pass, Norway, on skis.skimo
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18821882: Burnsall in the Yorkshire Dales 1.5 miles with 900 feet of ascentrunning
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1883Brulle, Bazillac, Passet and Gaspard and son climb Meije in one day (19h)alpinismhttp://www.elmuntanyenc.cat/henri-brulle-1854-1936-part-ii-nous-horitzons/
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1883Harry Babcock run Mt. Shasta in 3h40malpinismhttps://fastestknowntime.com/route/mt-shasta-ca
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18831883: Charles and Lawrence Pilkington and Mathew Barns run from Lodore, 60 miles 13000ft in 24h15 running
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18831883: Colle Pragel in Switerland race between snowshoes and skimoskimo
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18841884: first edition of Rivington Pike (2,6km /250m-UK)running
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18841884: Two Norwegians & two Englishmen
make the first recorded intentional ski ascent of a European mountain:
the Brocken in Germany.
skimo
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18851885: Henri Brulle climbs Dru in a Day from Chamonix.alpinismhttp://www.pyrenees-passion.info/pyreneisme/les-pyreneistes/henri-brulle
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18861886: Georg Winkler solo climbs Winklerturm (Rosengraten)climbing
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1887Georg Winkler climbs Winkles Turme solo in the Vajolet Towers at age of 17climbing
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georg_Winkler
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18871887 : Georg Winkler, at the age of 17, makes the first ascent - solo - of Die Vajolettürme in the Dolomites, initiating the sport of rock climbing in that areaclimbing
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18881888: Fridtjof Nanssen cross Grenland E-W in 40 days.skimo
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18921892 : Oscar Eckenstein, a British climber and early bouldering advocate, conducts a bouldering competition, with cash prizes, among the natives while on an expedition to the Karakoram Mountains. climbing
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18931893: fell race of the Rivington Pike Fell Race near Horwich in Lancashire.running
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18931893: J.W. Robinson and G.B. Gibbs run in winter lakes distrikt 56 miles 13.850ft in 23h30running
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18931893: ski mountaineering race in militar patrouilles in Germany skimo
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18951895: Dawson, Poole and Palmer run Lakes District from Elterwater 50 miles 9000ft in 19h30running
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18951895: first edition of Ben Nevis in Scotland Race 16km, 1500mrunning
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18971897: Wilhelm Paulcke cross Berlese Oberland Alps in 6 daysskimo
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18981898: Course pour des guides at Chamonix a race to Mont Blancrunning
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18981898: Westmorland, Johnson, Strong and Beatty run from Seathwaite in Lakes district 52 miles 14150ft in 19h30running
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19001900: Olympics give "Grand Prix olympique d'alpinisme" to the best activity in past 4 yearsalpinism
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19011901: Broderick and Dawson run from Rosthwaite in Lakes District 67 miles 16000ft in 23h30running
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19021902: SB Jhonson run from Threlked in Lakes District 70 miles 18000ft in 22h15running
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19041904: 1st edition Vignemale race (2500m53km- winner Jean Marie Bordenave in 6hrunning
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19041904: AW Wakefield run from Keswick over 70 miles 19000ft in 19h53running
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19041904: AW Wakefield run from Keswick over 90 miles 23000ft in 22h07running
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19051905: First edition of the Dipsea Race in San Franciscorunning
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19051905: Course du Canigou (32km-2180m) with 8kg in the backpackrunning
www.championnat-du-canigo.fr
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19061906: Gustav Schulze climbs solo Naranjo de Bulnes (500mV)climbing
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19081908: First edition of the Mount Marathon race in Alaska.running
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19101910:? Abraham Versluys "l'Hollandais Volant" climb Mont Blanc in 14h roundtripalpinismhttps://books.google.fr/books?id=lN6_xDxpUZYC&pg=PT923&lpg=PT923&dq=Frédérik+Morshead+mont+blanc&source=bl&ots=XdPk5kQ64Q&sig=72rxFHwIHLaUdZ0A7DJ6GS0uEQ0&hl=ca&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjhhIqDrr3cAhUNhxoKHZO3AG0Q6AEwAHoECAAQAQ#v=onepage&q=Frédérik%20Morshead%20mont%20blanc&f=false
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19111911: Paul Preus free solo Piaz in W face of Totenkirchl in 2h45climbing
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19111911: Paul Preuß free solo East Face Campanile Basso (V) and downclimbclimbing
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19111911: Cuillin run Cuillin Ridge traverse in 12h20running
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19111911: First edition of the Mount Baker Race in Washington USArunning
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19111911: First edition of the Mount Baker Race in Washington USArunning
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19111911: first Chamonix – Zermatt.skimo
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19121912: First Ice climbing competition in Courmayeur, Brenva Glacierclimbing
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19121912: Pagasarri Cup in Bilbao (15 december) up and down Paga (673m) with teams of 5 running togetherrunning
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19131913: first edition of the ascension race Mount Fuji in Japan.running
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19141914: Copa Sant Llorenç, organized by CEC at Catalonia, ob 18km in teams of 3.running
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19151915: First edition of the Mt Marathon race on July 4 in Alaska. 5km-1000mrunning
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19151915: Peñalara organizes a Marcha de esquí de montaña with 3 summitsskimo
https://carrerasdemontana.files.wordpress.com/2008/03/pec3b1alara-100-ac3b1os-de-andadura-por-carlos-muc3b1oz-repiso-julio-2013.pdf
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19161916: Sociedad Amigos del Campo organized the first trail race in Sierra de Guadarrama, Cercedilla-Siete Picos-Cercedillarunning
https://carrerasdemontana.com/2013/02/15/carreras-de-montana-en-los-100-anos-de-la-rsea-penalara-por-carlos-munoz-repiso-dtor-revista-penalara/
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19181918: Ski mountaineering (Patrouilles of 3) in Olimpicsskimo
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19201920: Lliga de Societats Excursionistes in Cataloniarunning
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19201920: E. Thomas run from Keswick same route as AW Wakelfield 90miles, 23.000ft in 21h25'running
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19201920: first civil races in Austria (May race, Vulture race)skimo
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19211921: first edition of Comrades running
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19221922: fist edition of Ivrea - Mombaronerunning
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19231923: Norman Clyde run Mt. Shasta in 2h43malpinism
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19231923: First edition of the Copa del Hiero in Cercedilla, Spain, 20kmrunninghttps://www.copadehierro.es/copa-de-hierro/historia/
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19241924: Norton and Somervell climb in Everest N face to 8570malpinism
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19241924: Race up Mt. Shasta, David Lawyer, 2h24mrunning
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19241924: ski mountaineering first races by Patrouilles (Gosau, Germany, Poland, France, Italy)skimo
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19241924: Ski mountaineering Patrouilles with shooting in the Olympic Games at Chamonixskimo
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19251925: Emil Solleder and Gustav Lettenbauer climb NW face of Civetta (1200m) in 15h, and only 12 pitons.alpinism
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19251925: Club Alpino Español organizes "Concurso para señoritas" a only women race in Guadarramarunning
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19271927: Peñalara organizes Copa Refugios (Cross 3 refugios)runninghttps://www.copadehierro.es/cross-3-refugios/historia/
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19271927: first edition of Puig d’Alp – Puigllançadaskimo
https://www.feec.cat/activitats/disciplines-esportives/esqui-de-muntanya/
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