Posted May 07, 2018 08:20:17 It’s a running day at the Polar Express, and it’s a good one.
The train is running from Amsterdam to Reykjavik in the company of several members of the Icelandic Olympic team.
But the team members aren’t going for a typical run – they’re going for an event called the Polar Challenge.
The event takes place every six months in Iceland, and the team is using it to test the limits of endurance and training.
We caught up with the men and women who will be competing to see what they’ve been up to.
The day starts off with a run through the city center, and then the team heads to the island of Reykjajik to complete a run to the summit of Reykkavík.
It’s an event where a team of runners will attempt to complete the first ascent of the Reykkavað mountain in less than three hours.
The team will be accompanied by a trainer who will keep them in constant contact and give advice on how to train and prepare for the event.
The Polar Express team will run through Reykjak on May 7, 2018.
It’s a great day to be a member of the Polar Club, as the event will be open to all.
“This is a really fun, exciting day, and we are very happy to have the opportunity to run with the team,” says team member Lise Þór Björnsson.
They will be participating in the Polar Experience, a training session with a trainer to help them develop their endurance and fitness levels, and will then take part in the team’s run through Iceland.
The run will take about an hour.
It will be a great chance to train with some of the most experienced athletes in the world, and they will get to see some of their best performances.
In addition to the Polar experience, the team will also be participating on a training run.
Each of the members of Team Polar will receive training in a different sport, including swimming, ice-skating and cycling.
This is part of a longer training session.
This year, the running will also include an introduction to the training system, and how to plan for training.
It is a very different experience for the athletes, who will only be able to run for a limited amount of time each day.
Each of them will be provided with a special trainer to keep them connected and have access to the running area.
“We can be a little bit more cautious about what we’re doing in the pool,” says one of the trainers.
“But we have a very good relationship with our team and with the coach, so it will be safe.”
They will all be able take part to the run at the same time, as well as be joined by a team member from each team who will provide them with some training advice on what to expect on the course.
“The team is really focused on their own goals and we’re just trying to help each other out,” explains Lise.
Iceland’s winter weather is very different than what you might expect, as it’s usually very cold.
It will be an incredible experience to watch the whole team and the training run unfold.