Even the Outdoor Evangelist has his limits.
Can you imagine running across the desert for 111 Days, covering approximately 4300 Miles, and traversing 6 countries? I can’t either, so I’m excited to attend this FREE showing of “Running the Sahara,” a National Geographic film narrated by Executive Producer, Matt Damon. I hope you will too.
The screening of “Running the Sahara” is a kick-off to the Adventure Summit weekend. The Adventure Summit is one of the largest expositions of outdoor skill, culture and experience in the Midwest. On March 4th, at 7pm, you can witness this documentary covering the amazing adventure of Charlie Engle, the Keynote Speaker of The 2010 Adventure Summit at the Wright State University Student Union. Charlie will be delivering his keynote on Friday night at 8pm.
From RunningtheSahara.com, “The Running the Sahara documentary explores the physical and emotional impact of this tremendous test of strength and determination. The film will allow us to relive the runners’ life-changing experience as we watch them brave the elements in one of the most extreme environments on Earth and meet the unique people of the Sahara, struggling with immense daily challenges. The film’s narrative follows the runners on their quest, each step toward the finish line building in great anticipation of answering the question: Can this amazing human feat truly be possible?”
The screening of “Running the Sahara” is brought to you by Runners Plus and The Adventure Summit. The first 50 people in attendance will receive a free sub and refreshments thanks to Runners Plus.