131 competitors completed Stage 4 of RacingThePlanet: Jordan 2012. It was a hot and tough day with a grueling long, sandy hill.
Four-time Ironman world champion Chrissie Wellington writes about the mental toughness required to be successful in sport.
Intense competition emerges on a stunning third day in Jordan. Read about it here!
All Stage 2 results for Jordan are now posted.
Young Dakota Jones etched his name in history yesterday as he raced to victory at one of the toughest ultra trail races on the world circuit. The 21-year old swept aside an utterly world-class field over 83 dusty and hot kilometres to win the 2012 Transvulcania,
Stage One Results
John O’Groats to Lands End is a tough run by any standards. Add to the 868 miles daily cut-offs in 16 daily stages – an average of 54 miles a day – and this challenge starts to get serious.
Radstock ultrarunner John Reynolds was unable to walk seven years ago after radiotherapy for a thyroid condition. This week he hopes to smash a (Guinness) world record for the most miles run in 7 days.
This weekend saw the Skyrunner® World Series season opener on Russia’s Mount Elbrus. Six times World Mountain Running champion Marco de Gasperi and reigning SWS champion, Spaniard Luis Hernandez locked horns on the steep and icy slopes…