Photographer David Clifford has captured the world's most dogged runners doing what they love in the most remote and unforgiving environments.
Cape Kidnappers, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
New Zealand is a land of majestic views and the Cape Kidnappers course in Hawkes Bay, North Island, is no exception. Built on a secluded 5,000-acre sheep station in 2003, the course stretches over several fingers of land that slide down the 600-foot-high cliffs to the sea. In keeping with the rugged beauty of the land, architect Tom Doak has focused on land shapes and greenside bunkers for hazards - resulting in a course as dramatic as the view.