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--Withering Heights
A Utah bartender obliterates the Hardrock Hundred record

--Coast to Coast
Will Gadd reaches new heights with the first cross-country

--Let Her Rip
In a surf event held on the planet's tastiest waves, the women
make history

--Walking the Walk
Brian Robinson could conquer hiking's Triple Crown--in a single

--Inside Out
Adventure racing's new venture, the death of a big-wave legend
and more

--Murphy's Law
For some adventurers it's a bull market for sheer stupidity

COLOR PHOTO: PHOTOGRAPH BY BERNIE BAKER Choice seats Mark Occhilupo got serious liftoff while executing a crowd-pleasing aerial during last month's OP-Pro Mentawai Islands 2001 (page A14). The 35-year-old Occy wasn't through; he would go on to win the men's championship.

"It's like being on the world's worst airline. It's turbulent as
hell, and you never know where you're going to land. "
--paraglider Will Gadd, page A12