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23-Aug-17

UTMB 2017 Preview

It is that time of year again when the determined and the speedy gather together in Chamonix to take part in the biggest mountain running event of the year, the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc.

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23-Aug-17

The 7 toughest single-stage ultra races in the world

Before I commit my first word to paper, I am imagining the sighs, tuts and social media condemnation I am about to face for daring to choose the toughest single-stage ultras in the world. In truth, this is a very flexible list and I am hoping it will start a debate and I will be able to revise and increase it, as runners let me know why Tor des Geants is actually quite easy compared to …….

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18-Apr-17

The Ultra Trail Stara Planina

The Ultra Trail Stara Planina is known as one of the most beautiful and wildest races of south-eastern Europe.

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10-Mar-17

RunUltra's Top 10 Reviews for February 2017

We’re pleased to announce our top 10 reviews for February. So congratulations to Ryk Downes (@PunkPantherUM) who will receive a pack of 33Shake Chia Energy Gels.

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09-Feb-17

The Pilgrim Challenge 2017

It is one of the favourite races on the UK ultra calendar, The Pilgrim Challenge organised by XNRG. It always provides plenty of adventure, speedy times and mud… plenty of mud. Last weekend’s edition was no exception. We talk to some of the racers about the highs and the lows.

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28-Dec-16

2016 round up … what a year it was

It’s been a fantastic year in the ultra running community. World records smashed, stereotypes vanquished and hopes and dreams realised. We have been covering it all the way and here is our look back at 2016. Put those tired feet up and enjoy.

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01-Sep-16

Jo Meek: Second woman at CCC, UTMB

I met Jo in the toilets at the press centre in the Majestic Hotel in Chamonix. I just caught a glance of a tiny, blonde back with very athletic legs going into a cubicle and thought, “hmmm”. Then as I left, I bumped straight into her husband, Jon, holding a big bouquet of flowers and a couple of trophies and my suspicions were confirmed.

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