will be turning up with carbon-fibre kayak paddles and bikes that cost more than their cars, almost all you really need is a compass, running shoes, a mountain bike of some description, and a bike helmet. Got that? Then youre an adventure racer. There are a
fences and hills, along muddy trails and with a few watery moments to boot. After a fierce gallop you can relax with a well-earned complimentary Beast beer and treat tired legs to a free sports massage. Enter online now.Wild Thing Adventure Challenge 10K
If you’re feeling a hole in your life after the summer of sport, the Thrillseekers Adventure Film Festival might just fill the Olympic-sized gap.Organisers of the film festival which kicked off this week promise to take the celebration of epic
1. The Trionium Wife Carrying Race, Dorking, SurreyDate in 2012: March 18The shortest race in this year’s guide, the Trionium Wife Carrying Race is just 250m. But you’ll face obstacles and cover 10m of ascent – all while carrying your ‘wife’ (who can be male or female, and not ne...
Where: Market HarboroughWhen: February 6 First man: Keith Wardell 38:40First woman: Laura Davidson 43:22Last finisher: 1:34:27No. of finishers: 159Race Type: Rural/TrailRW Rating 2011: 88%For most people, Sunday mornings are about long lie-ins, leisurely breakfasts, and perhaps a...
A quick update today as we're hoping to have the full story from our Marathon des Sables challenger himself when he returns to RW Towers later this week.Jamie completed the MdS in a total time of 39 hours and nine minutes. The marathon stage he whipped through in 5:25, leaving a ...
Dartmoor. 6.30am. Pitch black. We fumbled with our headtorches in the car park. The air was heavy with the autumnal fragrance of wet peat and purple heather. An invisible stream gurgled beneath a ghostly stone bridge. The shrouds of mist parted momentarily to reveal a few scatter...
France's most madcap marathon, the Marathon du Medoc, returned on September 10. This year more than 7,000 runners took part in the costumed chase through the Medoc wine growing region's most illustrious chateaux, with 23 boozy drinks stations en route.Flick through our gallery fo...
This week a pioneering group of runnersworld.co.uk forumites set off on an epic adventure - to run around the coast of Britain.What is the Coastal Relay?The 'Coasters', as the relay runners are known, set off from Blackpool Tower and will run all
From double gold Olympic rower to professional adventurer, James Cracknell has had an extraordinary sporting career. The competitive athlete has shown guts and determination in racing across every terrain - he crossed the Atlantic, the South Pole
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