Posts by category: ultra race
Showing 1 to 14 of 14 posts in the category of ultra race
17 Jan 2020
Stirling’s Tollbooth Arts Centre will again be hosting an informal evening of advice and inspiration for any runners or support crews tackling the Altra West Highland Way race, or similar ultra challenges, or like the Highland Fling or the Devil o' the
8 Jan 2020
Orkney-based ultra marathon runner, William Sichel, travels to Athens next week to compete in the Athens International Ultramarathon Festival 1000 Mile road race.
15 Oct 2019
Less than a fortnight after hosting the 30th Anniversary Bennachie Hill Race, the slopes of the North-East’s most famous landmark welcomed a brand new event on Saturday (12 October).
27 Sep 2019
With thousands of runners counting down to Baxters Loch Ness Marathon and Festival of Running in just over a week’s time, a new event focused on the loch itself has just been launched.
11 Sep 2019
Just over 200 competitors took part in Glenmore 24, Scotland’s 24-Hour Trail Race, this weekend.
4 Aug 2019
The 17th edition of one of Scotland’s most iconic distance events, The Devil o’the Highlands, got underway at 6am on Saturday morning – in appropriately hellishly hot conditions.
24 Jun 2019
Entries go live on Friday for Scotland’s newest 24-hour running event.
16 May 2019
Over 100 solo runners and dozens more taking part in the team relay took on the Kintyre Way Ultra on Saturday.
2 May 2019
Few races can be as much loved by competitors and volunteers alike as the Highland Fling, whose 14th edition took place on Saturday (27 April).
4 Dec 2018
Last night entries opened – and closed after little more than an hour – for one of Scotland’s most iconic distance events, the Devil o’ the Highlands footrace.
26 Oct 2018
Four hundred runners took part in the ultimate sightseeing trip in, up, around and through Scotland's capital city on Sunday.
3 Oct 2018
The ultimate running tour of Scotland's capital city, The Ultra Tour of Edinburgh (UTE), staged by Rat Race Adventure Sports, will return for its second outing on Sunday, 21 October, with a few exciting changes to its 55 km (approximately 34 mile) route.
27 Jun 2018
Runners in one of the world’s longest established ultra-marathons, the Ron Hill West Highland Way Race, set off from Milngavie near Glasgow at 1am last Saturday night. Their destination, Fort William – 95 miles (and 14,760 ft of climbing) away – in
5 Feb 2018
William Sichel will make an emotional return to the Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence race in June