Trail runners can now reminisce with Free UTMB coverage

Free coverage Of 2019 UTMB Mont-Blanc now available after event cancelation.

Despite this week’s cancelation of the eighteenth edition of the UTMB Mont-Blanc trail race, those who’d entered, or just keen to see the action unfold from Chamonix, can watch all of the 2019 action unfold for free on endurance sports TV. You can read our coverage here.

Click here to watch all the action unfold: https://watch.endurancesports.tv/utmb-highlights-2019

The UTMB series of seven events is the pinnacle of trail running, with its crowning glory being the 170 km of trail running covered across France, Italy, and Switzerland where athletes battle a 10,000m elevation gain throughout the event. The equivalent of running four marathons whilst climbing mount Everest twice.

The event is such an immense test of endurance, that a third of runners never make it to the finish line, yet last year’s winner was able to set a new course record finishing in 20 hours and 19 mins.

“The UTMB is a huge event to be cancelled this year, yet we don’t want fans to miss out, and have therefore opened up all of last year’s content for free,” said Paul Shanley, co-founder of endurance sports TV. “We hope that this will give runners the next best thing, to look back on all of the action from 2019.”

As well as the Free UTMB coverage there is also plenty more to inspire those dreaming of taking on this epic challenge with over 400 videos to choose from, includingThe Adventure Show: OMM Mountain Marathon.

The opportunity to access all the events and documentaries is open to everyone across all of the endurance sports TV platforms (Web, iOS, Android, Amazon Firestick and Roku).

To access it, people can simply download the endurance sports TV App, or visit the endurance sports TV website here

endurance sports TV is a pioneering TV channel dedicated to endurance sport. The channel is usually available on a subscription basis for just £5.99 per month (including tax), however, is being opened up for free during lock down, with no obligation to continue thereafter.

To find out more about the home of endurance sport visit www.endurancesports.tv