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  The RacingThePlanet Experience for Friends & Family is a chance for those closest to you to share a small part of your time at the race. Click the link to find out more. If you have any questions about the RacingThePlanet Exper ... View More
    The 4 Deserts Grand Slam (and Grand Slam Plus) takes place in 2020. Find out more about this incredible athletic achievement here: WHAT IS THE 4 DESERTS GRAND SLAM (AND GRAND SLAM PLUS)? ... View More
We are excited to announce that we will have a team of women from Afghanistan competing at 250km Ultramarathon, RacingThePlanet: Georgia!!   Completing an ultramarathon is an extreme challenge even with the best preparation. For three athletes ... View More
Georgia’s diverse landscape provides plenty of opportunities for a tour before or after your race experience. Steeped in history and tradition, cultural, adventure and gastronomical tours are all on offer, enriching your experience of the fasci ... View More
There has always been a buzz around the big announcement for the next RacingThePlanet Ultramarathon and when the small country of Georgia, surrounded by the Caucasus mountain range, was revealed to be the new location for 2020 the excitement was no d ... View More
Tbilisi is the host city for the next RacingThePlanet Ultramarathon: Georgia, The Great Caucasus 2020. East meets west in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia and the country’s largest city with a population of 1.5 million people. Founded in the 5th ... View More
What would make you want to run 250 kilometres in a desert? This is possibly the most common reaction of friends and family when someone decides to run a RacingThePlanet race! The reasons people take part in multi-stage races in deserts around th ... View More
Ultra running has been dominated by men and with male participants making up 75-80% at RacingThePlanet races we're no exception. However, things are changing, with female participation increasing over the years. Find out more here: Women in Multi ... View More