THE SPORT-INSPIRING MAGAZINE
Now it is a sad certainty: Hilaree Nelson died in a fatal accident while descending Manaslu in the Himalayas. The U.S. ski mountaineer made mountain sports history with her expeditions and inspired as the head of the She Moves Mountains campaign with The North Face. ISPO.com remembers Hilaree Nelson. Her you can also find the interview with Hilaree Nelson and her husband Jim Morrison from their visit to ISPO Munich 2019 about their life as extreme athletes.
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Heroes can make us dream, push us forward and reveal previously unknown perspectives. That's what we're aiming for with our portrait series on the heroes of sport.
As a high-altitude mountaineer who was the first woman to climb all 14 eight-thousanders without bottled oxygen, Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner is an exceptional athlete. However, her passion is not only for the eight-thousanders. The Austrian is also inspired by exchange and cooperation with other people. Above all, gratitude, inner passion and a respectful approach to nature are at the centre of her life.
As a ski mountaineer, Spaniard Marc Pinsach has celebrated successes in classics such as the Pierra Menta, Patrouille des Glaciers and Mezzalana. With his career in ski mountaineering coming to an end in 2021, Marc is now concentrating fully on trail running and living out his love of nature on long runs in the mountains.