This weekend it’s the Montane Cheviot Goat, a race in which runners battle the worst that December can throw at them, and spend a fair amount of time in bogs.
As the end is in sight for the front runners at Tor Des Geants, there’s still a very long way to go for most. We take a look at the action so far.
Tor Des Geants 2019 is go! There’s some ‘interesting’ weather, some great British competitors and there’s now 4 races to celebrate the 10th anniversary.
We spoke to Galen Reynolds, male winner of this year’s Berghaus Dragon’s Back Race, about how he trains when he lives in London and his never-ending love for Tor des Geants.
On June 14th Paul Tierney will set off on his attempt to break the Wainwrights record. 214 summits and 318 miles with 36000m of ascent await him! Good luck Paul!
We spoke to top ultra and mountain runner Donnie Campbell about endurance, motivation, exploring your limits and his future racing plans.
Ultrarunning seems to have hit the mainstream recently, which is great in many ways, but are too many runners now doing too many ultras, without fully recovering?
Getting into races these days is becoming almost as hard as running them. If you’ve got a bucket list, what do you need to do to get to those start lines? Here’s our handy guide.
The epic Tor Des Geants has finally finished and we had some great British and Irish success
We are now 70 hours into this year’s Tor Des Geants race. We take a look at the action so far.
Tor des Geants in underway and we wanted to find out what it takes to complete a race like this. Natalie White, who completed it in 2016, tells us
September 9th sees the start of one of the year’s most awe-inspiring races: Tor des Geants. We take a look at this race and what makes it so special.
All runners have their list of must do races they want to do before they hang up their trainers. We thought we’d ask some of our contributors what races they would love to do. Here’s what they came up with.