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In a remarkable display of stamina and determination, Andy Symonds and Sara Escobar-Carron emerged as victors at the Wild110 event of Wildstrubel by UTMB 2023, sealing their places at next year's UTMB World Series Finals.
In a landmark move toward inclusivity, the TransLantau races, part of the UTMB World Series events, have opened their doors to visually impaired athletes, allowing them to compete with guide runners. Liang Zhang, a 44-year-old Hong Kong runner who has been visually impaired since birth, is eagerly taking advantage of this progressive shift as he gears up for the 25km event scheduled for this Sunday.
The extraordinary Great Southern Stage Run returns for a second year to the Great Southern coastline of Western Australia next Thursday 16 to 18 November 2023.
In a groundbreaking announcement on October 25th, the UTMB World Series introduced a comprehensive policy aimed at promoting the participation of adaptive athletes in trail running. Effective immediately, this progressive policy is set to be implemented across all UTMB World Series events.
Courtney Dauwalter, an icon in the ultrarunning world, etched a unique and heartwarming chapter into her illustrious career by achieving a memorable feat—completing the challenging 100km Javelina Jundred alongside her 66-year-old mother, Tracy Dauwalter.
For 10 years, the Run Larapinta Stage Race has been luring runners to the Red Centre to experience an unforgettable journey through a majestic landscape, one step at a time. Remarkably, the event has sold out in a record-breaking four hours of opening entries yesterday as 200 eager participants burst out of the starting blocks to secure their place at the bucket-list event.
The Sky Gran Canaria witnessed the grand culmination of the Valsir Mountain World Cup Finalissima with a riveting display of athleticism on Sunday, as Kenyan athletes Joyce Muthoni Njeru and Philemon Kiriago etched their names into the annals of mountain running history. This exhilarating event marked the end of...
Amidst the breathtaking backdrop of Sky Gran Canaria, athletes hailing from Great Britain, the United States, Kenya, and Spain showcased their remarkable mountain running prowess during the Valsir Mountain Running World Cup Finalissima. This sporting event witnessed outstanding performances and unexpected hurdles, making it a riveting spectacle.
In a remarkable demonstration of stamina and resolve, Kilian Jornet, one of the world's most lauded mountain and ultra-distance athletes, has accomplished a truly astonishing feat that has captivated adventure enthusiasts and sports aficionados alike. Recently, Jornet undertook the incredible challenge of summiting all 177 peaks exceeding 3,000 meters in the Pyrenees during an epic eight-day adventure, an endeavor he candidly described as "one of the most formidable trials I've ever faced." Such sentiments carry tremendous weight coming from an athlete renowned for his multifaceted skill set and his penchant for embarking on lengthy, often solitary, mountain exploits.
Jim Walmsley, the accomplished ultrarunner who recently made history with his victory at the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc (UTMB), continues to astound the world of endurance sports. In another extraordinary feat, he secured the top position at the 115K Roubion-Nice race hosted at Nice Côte d’Azur by UTMB, crossing the challenging course in an impressive 11 hours, 21 minutes, and 5 seconds. This win not only adds another accolade to his already illustrious career but also guarantees his entry into next year's highly anticipated Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run.