If you're training for an event, here are some tips to help you boost your performance with energy gels.

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Jax Mariash was at the beginning of a quest to become the first woman in history to complete the 4 Deserts Grand Slam Plus. To achieve that dream she would need to complete five races longer than 250 kilometers across some of the most forbidding terrain on the planet that each took more than seven days to complete. The first was in the jungle of Sri Lanka. The other four races would challenge Jax to cross the Atacama Desert, the Sahara Desert, the Gobi Desert and the Last Desert: Antarctica.

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Top 20 Things to Know About the 4 Deserts Grand Slam Before You Sign-up

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The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is a youth award programme set up by Prince Phillip in the UK over sixty years ago to enable anyone aged 14-24 to engage in a voluntary, non-competitive way to discover more about themselves. It includes learning or developing a skill and a sport, taking part in helping the community and, my real interest, the overnight expedition and hike in the wild. As a bronze, silver and gold award holder myself, completed back in the 1990’s, I was interested in seeing how students are now tackling the outdoor expedition element these days and find out what gear they are using, and, most importantly, discover what food they are eating. I have no recollection of the food I ate on those trips, I must have blocked it out of my mind, but photos show me sporting a gigantic rucksack, filled, most likely, with heavy cans of baked beans.

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The Last Desert is the only multi-stage race on the Antarctic continent. The 2016 edition recently took place - it was the seventh edition of the race.

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