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Apr 2019

GQ Magazine features Top Tips from 4 Deserts Grand Slammer Jacqui Bell

Read these five great tips from RacingThePlanet alumni, Jacui Bell - you will find these useful if you are planning for a RacingThePlanet / 4 Deserts Ultra. 

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Apr 2019

Live Race Coverage for the Namib Race Begins 28 April

Join us for LIVE coverage of the Namib Race beginning 28 April -- LIVE from the Skeleton Coast.

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Apr 2019

Race of Champions at the Namib Race

Two-time champion, Dan Parr, talks to the SCMP Newspaper about coming back to race in the Race of Champions 8 years after his last win. 

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Mar 2019

The 12th RacingThePlanet Ultramarathon in Georgia!

The RacingThePlanet Ultramarathon in 2020 takes place in the Great Caucasus Mountains in Georgia. Watch the highlights video to see...

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Feb 2019

RacingThePlanet: New Zealand LIVE

Live coverage from the South Island from 3 - 9 March 2019.

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Feb 2019

Next Race - RacingThePlanet: New Zealand

Only a few days until the 11th RacingThePlanet Ultra starts on the South Island of New Zealand. Follow the LIVE coverage from 3 March...

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Dec 2018

Looking forward to 2019!

If you are looking for a challenge in 2019 check out the RacingThePlanet Ultra Calendar

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Nov 2018

The Final Stage of The Last Desert 2018 has concluded!

The final Stage 5 of The Last Desert 2018 took place on Mikkelsen Harbour and the ship is heading back to Argentina. Browse photos of the celebrations...

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Nov 2018

Wong Ho Chung Wins The Last Desert 2018!

Wong Ho Chung of Hong Kong was the first person to complete the 250km distance!!! He run 67.2 kms on Stage 4 crossing the finish line just before 19:00.

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Nov 2018

Wong Ho Chung Wins Stage 2!

The Last Desert 2018 is currently a race between two firemen, Hong Kong's Wong Ho Chung and Romanian Iulian Rotariu finished today...

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The 4 Deserts Ultramarathon Series is widely recognized as the most prestigious outdoor FOOTRACE series in the world

The series consists of the Namib Race (Namibia), Gobi March (Mongolia), Atacama Crossing (Chile) and The Last Desert (Antarctica). Competitors in the races traverse 250 kilometers in seven days over rough country terrain with only a place in a tent and water provided. They are supported by highly qualified staff, all with experience in hiking, marathons and ultramarathons, and medical teams specializing in wilderness medicine.

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