1. Make trail running history by taking part in the *inaugural* 100 Miler lining up with some of the best elite trail runners in the world. You can run 100 miles any year of your life – but you can Read More »
It’s Monday morning and Sarah has spent the last two weekends painting a dog with some lovely trees blue sky flowers. It was a really nice painting but in her mind it wasn’t right. The dog looked great, the trees Read More »
When I first began my trail running journey it was thanks to the inspiration provided when working at Ultra-Trail Australia as part of a film crew. At the time it had been many years since I had been a runner (In a former life I was a middle distance track athlete) and I was a hefty…READ MORE
I farted in a guy’s face during my first ever trail ultra. That day was a defining moment in my life.
The trail ultra that I think about at least once a month is the first race that I did over the marathon distance.
It was in California in March 2006 and the raceREAD MORE
As a stay-at-home dad to his two young children, Jonathan Evans was in search of an outlet that would provide him the same sense of achievement that his job once did in London.READ MORE
Richard Hume sees himself as an everyday bloke, with a vision of what he wants to achieve and how he is going to succeed. His achievements thus far have us in awe, but getting to where he is now hasn’t been easy.READ MORE
20 Ironman finishes, including five in Hawaii. Completing the 102km alongside his wife on their 20th wedding anniversary. Romano says he and his wife usually choose events on the basis of how big the challenge is, how scenic the destination is and whether they can combine it with a bit of R&R afterwards.READ MORE
Hungarian born and bred.
Was living a typical student lifestyle – partying, drinking and smoking.
In November 2009 at 2.23pm, he smoked his last cigarette and hasn’t looked back since.READ MORE
First up, meet Marseilles Drivers. She’s a solo mother of five who only began her running journey in April 2015 and will be smashing the 102km in February.
“I’m determined, excited and slightly terrified about the 100km, but for my kids to see me do something spectacular and take away the message that anything is possible if they just believe in themselves, is what it’s all about.”READ MORE