Race Review

What Does it Take to Complete some of the Toughest Ultra-Marathons in the World?

What Does it Take to Complete some of the Toughest Ultra-Marathons in the World?

What does it take to complete some of the toughest endurance races in the world? Including the MdS, UTMB, TDS and the UTMR

In this article, Alan Li (a man who has completed them all!) gives you tips and advice that can help you achieve your goals, kit and nutrition recommendations and an overview of these super-tough races

Wendover Woods 50 Mile Race Review - 2nd Place and a 140 Mile Week!

Wendover Woods 50 Mile Race Review - 2nd Place and a 140 Mile Week!

Read about my 2nd place finish at the Wendover Woods 50 mile race, including

  • What food I used

  • What kit do I recommend

Plus, claim your FREE checklist which will help you plan for your own races

1st Place at the Autumn 100 Mile Race - My Preparation, Race Review and A Free Checklist!

1st Place at the Autumn 100 Mile Race - My Preparation, Race Review and A Free Checklist!

Read about my 1st place finish at the Autumn 100 mile race.

Including how I prepared for the event, my story of the race itself and my top tips for running your own ultra. Plus, you can grab a FREE race checklist!

Grand Raid des Pyrénées Ultra Race Review - 164km Long, 10,300 Metres of Climbing

Grand Raid des Pyrénées Ultra Race Review - 164km Long, 10,300 Metres of Climbing

The Grand Raid des Pyrénées Ultra is one of the toughest races in the world - 164km long with 10,300 metres of elevation - that’s 2,000 metres more than Everest!

Patrick Kingston completed the Grand Raid des Pyrénées Ultra in 2018 - Read his review, including some tips for preparing for your own ultra.