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15-Apr-19

Ragna and Rachid take the top spots at the Marathon Des Sables

By Dan Stinton

Since Cactus finished stage 3 of the Marathon Des Sables, he’s caused quite a stir on social media and had even managed to obtain his own tracker to allow his fans to keep an eye on his progress for the later stages of the race.

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09-Apr-19

Pawfect finish at the Marathon Des Sables

By Dan Stinton

Four legs are better than two, right? It seems that the on-going Marathon Des Sables (MdS) has gained a rogue entrant when a dog decided to show us humans how to get through a multi-stage ultra. We also update you on the human entrants so far.

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03-Apr-19

Another year with no finishers at the Barkley Marathons

By Dan Stinton

It’s been a great few days as my Twitter feed has taken on a new life during the Barkley Marathons.

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29-Mar-19

214 Peak Wainwright Record Attempt by Paul Tierney

By Dan Stinton

If you ever needed to put graphene through its paces, then bagging a few Wainwrights wearing inov-8 Terraultra G 260’s may be the ideal test.  By “a few” Wainwrights, I mean all 214 of them.

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27-Mar-19

The Barkley Marathons – And so it begins

By Dan Stinton

The Barkley Marathons.  Where do you even start? Quite literally by an iconic yellow gate in Frozen Head State Park in Tennessee, one hour after the blowing of the conch and officially once race director Gary “Lazarus Lake” Cantrell lights a cigarette.

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26-Mar-19

1000 miles in Alaska at the Iditarod Trail Invitational

by Dan Stinton

Just as we’re easing into spring here in the UK, our thoughts are turning towards lighter evenings, warmer trail running and sipping G&Ts by the BBQ.  But before we get into that, let’s take a look at what happened on the lower end of the temperature scale at the Iditarod Trail Invitational (ITI) over the last… well… month!

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11-Feb-19

Jeff Browning breaks course record at the 100-mile Tarawera Ultramarathon

By Dan Stinton

The latest results are in from the New Zealand Tarawera Ultramarathon

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01-Feb-19

Entries opening soon for the Salomon Skyline Scotland

By Daniel Stinton

Entries for the Salomon Skyline open soon - will you enter?

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12-Jan-19

It sends shivers down my Spine

By Dan Stinton

If 108 miles just isn’t enough, tomorrow sees the start of the non-stop 268 mile Montane Spine Race encompassing the entire length of the Pennine Way

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18-Dec-18

Damian Hall and Beth Pascall smash Cape Wrath FKT

By Alice Morrison

They took it on in winter for that little bit of an extra challenge and in fact had to delay their start as Scottish rain swelled the rivers to depths that made crossing them a swim rather than a run, but despite that, Beth Pascall  and Damian Hall  managed to pull an incredible FKT out of the hat.

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