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09 Sep 2018 - 01 Dec 2019

Maverick inov-8 Original Season Pass 2019

Our Dorset Original event is the Home of Maverick Race and for 2019 we are back with a brand new venue and three brand new routes. We are so proud to call this beautiful part of the UK our home and urge beginner, to experienced trail runners alike to join us on the trails for this event.
27 Sep 2018 - 28 Sep 2019

Andros Trail Race

Ferries FAST FERRIES & GOLDEN STAR FERRIES have announced offers and discounts during the race. The Blue Star Ferries ferry company offers a 50% discount on the travel of its athletes, escorts and their vehicles to be transferred from the Cyclades and Dodecanese (return) reservations to the call center of the company, CALL CENTER, tel. 210 8919800, giving your ID number - ID Number - which you will receive immediately after the completion of your registration.
28 Sep 2018 - 28 Sep 2019

TCS Lidingöloppet Weekend

Lidingöloppet is the world's largest terrain race and organized on the island of Lidingö in Stockholm since 1965. The race is part of "A Swedish Classic Circuit" and is held last weekend in September each year.TCS Lidingöloppet is without doubt a challenge for most people, irrespective of which distance you choose to run. Whether you want to improve your result from last year, run faster than your neighbour, take your first steps in jogging or even try the Little Lidingöloppet for the first time, our long experience tells us that this could be your biggest challenge so far. The main category is 30 km, but there are categories for all ages and many different distances.Welcome to this year's major running event for the whole family! Adults and children, elite runners as well as joggers. Everyone is welcome!
29 Sep 2018 - 28 Sep 2019

Half Marathon of Losinj

Half marathon:Start Veli center - main road to the intersection of Čikat and Mali Lošinj - Veloselska ulica until the Kadin area -  Los. Brodograditelja street and Riva Lošinjskih Kapetana street until the center of Mali Losinj - the central square of Mali Losinj, Ulicom Priko do Velopina street - passing by Velopina and A/C Čikat - seafront until A/C Čikat, Sunčana uvala, Borik - main road until the intersection Dražice -  right main road until the junction in direction Veli Losinj with finish line in Veli Losinj.Apoksiomen Cup:Start from the sandy beach in Čikat Bay to the Sunčana uvala bay, Borik - main road to the Dražice junction - then right until the junction for Veli Losinj and arrival at Veli Lošinj(bus transfer from Veli Losinj city center to starting point provided 45 minutes before the start of the race)City competition of 5000m:Start in Veli Losinj center - then main road in direction to the intersection for Čikat - roundabout - way down in direction of the Valdarke bay, seafront until hotel Punta and from there until the finish in the center of Veli Losinj.
30 Sep 2018 - 29 Sep 2019

Chisinau International Marathon

The Republic of Moldova is a small country in south-eastern Europe, with many traditions and beautiful customs. In Moldova you can find the largest collection of wines in Europe and the largest complex of wine galleries, a unique atmosphere in a rustic style and scenery unique. The people of Moldova are characterized by hospitality and generosity.The Chisinau Marathon 2018 will include the following races:– marathon (42 km 195 m)– half marathon (21 km)– 10 km race– 5 km– 1,5 km fun runThe route will be set around central streets of Chisinau (as per the Marathon map), the start and finish line will be located on the Great National Assembly Square.The International Chisinau Marathon have the official status of AIMS, it is a member of the International Association of marathons and distant racesRace is a Boston qualifier.
30 Sep 2018 - 06 Oct 2019

Solang SkyUltra

Since India has an easy access to the Himalayas, The Hell Race brings a new sport for the Indian running community. If you are bored of running regular city runs without a view, Solang SkyUltra is for you.It will be a run in the mountains above ~2000m altitude. The climbing difficulty does not exceed second-degree grade & incline is over 30%. 360° view of the Himalayas with crazy climbs and terrains to run on.A wild story of human endeavor and sheer willpower.
06 Oct 2018 - 05 Oct 2019

Ultra Madeira

The concept of ULTRA MADEIRA is simple... Cross the Island, quickly unifying both ends west and east, with mandatory passage at the mountain massifs, a challenge for anyone how love the sport.The start of the race will be at the most western point of Madeira, at Ponta do Pargo Lighthouse (290m) - Local heritage site - His light will guide the athletes to the long way up until the Forest Park of Fonte do Bispo (10,3km) where the first checkpoint is located, at the beggining of the Paul da Serra plateau.Then runners will follow in alternate ground between roads, singletracks and dirt roads, along the plateau. The next checkpoint its on the other end of the plateau, at the Bica da Cana shelter house (28km). From here runners get down towards Encumeada, in the middle of a luxurious laurel forest (Unesco Heritage) along the PR17, part of the Nature 2000 Network. At the Rocha do Passinho runners will find 900 downhill steps, a trademark of this path!After Encumeada checkpoint (37,3km), we get inside the real mountain massif, along side with the PR1.3, towards the highest peak of the island, Pico Ruivo (1861m). With good weather runners will find magnificentlandscapes for both north and south of the island, specially to the Nun's Valley and Serra D'Água in the south, and the São Vicente valley to the north side. Along this trail its possible to look at caves dug by hand, used in thepast for protection in case of bad weather (in the past this trail was used on a daily basis to connect the north to the south (São Vicente to Funchal).After the Pico Ruivo checkpoint (47,41km), we follow along the PR1 towards the 3rd highest peak of Madeira, Pico do Areeiro (1818m), one of the most challenge trail in the island and one of the most used by thevisitors, with the mix of grounds that we find, from tunnels, "via ferrata" steps, rock steps, viewpoints, floating trails, endless climbs... well, a coecktail of views and emotions that runners will keep in their minds forever!After getting to Pico Areeiro checkpoint (51,8km), we get to the eastern mountain massif, mostly downhill part, passing by the "Poço da Neve", where in the past ice was keeped, and then carried by mens to Funchal, to use in the hospital and hotels, the crossing the Casa do Areeiro shelter, Chão da lagoa, and then the next checkpoint, Poiso (58,6km)We took again the way down, with views to the north of Madeira (Porto da Cruz and Santana) and quickly get to the next checkpoint, Portela (67,4km), before getting some beautiful dirt roads and singletracks towards to Casa das Funduras shelter (73km), the second to last checkpoint, where its possible to birdwatch along the magic forest surrounding at the Funduras forest.Taking, again, another downhill section that will take us to the Levada do Caniçal (water channel for irrigation), with breathtaking views to Machico valley. The last checkpoint is located at the entrance to Pico do Facho (80,8km), before the final descent to the fisherman's village of Caniçal, along a singletrail that goes along old agriculture fields, with the blue of the atlantic Ocean on our right side, and in front, the Ponta de São Lourenço,the Eastern point of Madeira Island. At the end of the descent, a old hand-made stone bridge indicates that you are almost at the finish line. A final run at the promenade, by the sea, and runners will find the Whale Museum (85,1km), and the journey is done! Its important to leave just footsteps behind you!
07 Oct 2018 - 06 Oct 2019

Singelloop Utrecht

The Singelloop Utrecht is an annual road running event over 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) which takes place on the streets of city of Utrecht in the Netherlands. It is typically held in either September or October.On 27 September the 65th edition of the Singelloop Utrecht rheumatism place. Singelloop Utrecht rheumatism is the oldest streetrun of Netherlands with the fastest 10 km course in the world (26:44). The start is in the monumental Wilhelminapark with the finish on the famed Maliebaan. All these elements contribute to a unique walking experience in Utrecht.The competition, which roughly translates as the Utrecht Canal Run, was initiated by Nico Munzert and had its first edition on 30 May 1925. The race, which followed the banks of Utrecht's canals over a 4700-metre-long course, had garnered over 100 participants by 1931, but the crowds of spectators were much larger with over 75,000 people gathering to witness the event. The length of the race was extended in 1937, but the event suffered interruption in this period, being absent between 1940 and 1946 due to World War II and undergoing cancellations in 1950 and 1955. The 25th edition of the race was held in 1956.The Singelloop was forced from its original course in the 1960s due to the increase in traffic in the city. Runners instead held the race in Wilhelminapark. The competition attracted top level Dutch runners in the 1970s: Klaas Lok won in 1974, Rob Druppers took the 1975 title, then Gerard Tebroke defeated an injured Jos Hermens to win the 1976 race. The race acquired its long-running course format of two 5-kilometre laps in 1978. Gerard Nijboer won the 1979 competition.