29 July 2018
Kilian Jornet has won the Skyrace Comapedrosa in his second victory after recovering from injury
09 July 2018
The catalan athlete has completed the Bob Graham Round in 12h52, a round that takes in 42 peaks in the Lake District in England over 106km and 8,200m of overall ascent
02 July 2018
Three months after breaking his fibula, Kilian Jornet returned to racing to compete in the second event in the Golden Trail Series. He felt good physically during the 42km and 2,780m of overall ascent and was first over the line in a time of 3h54’54’’.
20 June 2018
The Mont Blanc marathon will be Kilian Jornet’s first race after recovering for three months from an broken fibula
06 June 2018
Get a little older and undergo surgery. Recover and re-injury. Thirtysomething crisis?
01 June 2018
In May I visited the volcanic region of Auvergne to announce my collaboration with Volvic mineral water as a global ambassador.
09 April 2018
Last Saturday Kilian Jornet fell during the Pierra Menta, a mountain ski race which was held in Areches Beaufort, in the French Alps.
11 March 2018
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.
08 March 2018
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.
14 February 2018
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.
06 February 2018
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.
21 November 2017
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.