John Ellis on the Ultra Trail Chiang Rai. With a self-confessed lack of talent, Ellis is always forced to ‘dig deep’ to win. Photo: StudioZag/Asia Trail Master John Ellis on the Ultra Trail Chiang Rai. With a self-confessed lack of talent, Ellis is always forced to ‘dig deep’ to win. Photo: StudioZag/Asia Trail Master
John Ellis on the Ultra Trail Chiang Rai. With a self-confessed lack of talent, Ellis is always forced to ‘dig deep’ to win. Photo: StudioZag/Asia Trail Master
Extreme fitness

John Ellis reflects on Asia Trail Master win where he is forced to ‘dig deep, take a shovel and dig deeper’

  • The Hong Kong-based trail runner searches for a second wind and is forced to run two ultramarathons on consecutive weekends to win the series

Topic |   Extreme fitness
John Ellis on the Ultra Trail Chiang Rai. With a self-confessed lack of talent, Ellis is always forced to ‘dig deep’ to win. Photo: StudioZag/Asia Trail Master John Ellis on the Ultra Trail Chiang Rai. With a self-confessed lack of talent, Ellis is always forced to ‘dig deep’ to win. Photo: StudioZag/Asia Trail Master
John Ellis on the Ultra Trail Chiang Rai. With a self-confessed lack of talent, Ellis is always forced to ‘dig deep’ to win. Photo: StudioZag/Asia Trail Master
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