Kristina Madsen and Jessica Jones finished at the top of the overall leaderboard after seven days of marathons
Paul Robinson, in freezing conditions and on ice, covers a point-to-point mile in 4:17 in late November
There is one non-running statistic from Mike Wardian’s World Marathon Challenge that stands out above all others.
Visually impaired Irish runner Sinead Kane is one day, and one race, away from completing the World Marathon Challenge.
A pair of Canadian women are embarking on a trek to the world’s southernmost continent to run the Antarctica Marathon in penguin onesies.
January 23rd, 2015 by Scott Leitch | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment »
A small group of runners are finishing a whirlwind week of the World Marathon Challenge that saw them race a different marathon on each continent each day. The last race was held Friday in Sydney, […]
If you’re a runner that loves the wintertime and chilly temperatures, check out the coldest races in Canada. 6633 Ultra From Eagle Plains, Yukon to the banks of the Arctic Ocean at Tuktoyaktuk Possibly […]
The Antarctic Ice Marathon was run today at the base of Ellsworth Mountain – so far south even penguins don’t live there. Petre Vabrousek of the Czech Republic won the marathon in 3:34:47, Australia’s […]