If anyone has the inclination to do a long hard race you might want to consider the YAU. It takes place in the Yukon territory of Canada in February and its flippin cold. Unlike the MdS its a non stop race with far fewer checkpoints. Without doubt
), and I also know the organisers (who are welcoming and supportive). I've heard nothing but good things about it. It does have smaller fields than the MdS (dozens rather than hundreds), without the media circus and profile that follows it. Mimi Anderson
Hey James,Great to read your blog as I'm doing it too along with 2 mates. Can't believe it's so close! Best of luck with the rest of your training and see you out there!Naz Hey NazGood luck to you too, it's crazy how close it is, it feels like only yesterday I started training ...
It looks likely that the 2004 race known as the run across America might be its last. If you fancy a litte challenge - how about 71 consecutive ultras averaging 44 miles per day across deserts, hills, hard roads etc. That deserves respect!!!!!!!further details can be found at www...
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