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SOURCE Year 2014: SOURCE In New Territories

A look back at the SOURCE Year 2014 . SOURCE products proved themselves in areas and territories we didn’t even dream of …

SOURCE Hydration @ Australian Running Convention 2014

We’re looking forward to Melbourne’s unique Running Convention hosted by Adventure Runner Richard Bowles and featuring world famous runners.

Video: On Top Of The Volcano – Adventure Run Sumatra Part 4

Watch part 4 of Richard Bowles’ mini-documentary, where he climbs on the monster’s back – and talks about the agility and other advantages of the DUNE.

Video: Welcome To The Jungle – Adventure Running in Sumatra Part 3

The guide predicts “a good six hours” of muddy jungle trail for the next section of Richard’s Sumatra run …

Video: Adventure Running in Sumatra Part 2 – The Widepac

In part 2 of Richard’s Sumatra Volcano Adventure Run he introduces the Widepac Hydration System while the volcano erupts in the background …

Watch Mini Documentary: Adventure Running in Volcanic Sumatra, Day 1

Rain forests, jungle, volcanic lakes – and an erupting volcano. The perfect playground for Adventure Runner Richard Bowles. Here’s clip 1 from his trip.

SOURCE Athlete Richard Bowles sets new all-time record

Congrats to Adventure Runner Richard Bowles from all of the SOURCE team! What an achievement.

Richard’s next ‘mission impossible’

From next Sunday, SOURCE Athlete Richard Bowles is back on trail, pushing himself to succeed in another mission impossible: two marathons a day (85km), for 14 consecutive days.

Richard Bowles: New Project & Flashbacks of his INT Run

Last week, Adventure Runner Richard Bowles announced his new project. Watch our first ever SOURCE Athlete Hangout with him!

Richard Bowles Escapes Sumatran Volcano Eruption

“Australians Richard Bowles, 35 and Andre Stamatakakos, 28, say they are are lucky to be alive after what they describe as a terrifying evacuation from the violently erupting Mount Sinabung volcano.”