Tag: Desert Run

Sahara Race 2015 Brought Challengers From Over 35 countries for One Undisputed Purpose

Sahara Race 2015 Brought Challengers From Over 35 countries for One Undisputed Purpose

The Sahara Race 2014 took place in the Badia region of Jordan this year. This year’s race moved out of Egypt and into Jordan for the first time in its nine-year history and ended in the historic city of Petra – one of the Seven Wonders of the World.

Run 250km in an Otherworldly Desert at the Atacama Crossing!

Run 250km in an Otherworldly Desert at the Atacama Crossing!

Spanish double Olympian Jose Manuel ‘Chema’ Martinez Fernandez of Spain and British racer Emily Woodland came across the finish line of the Atacama Crossing 2014, earning gold medals for their efforts and bringing the 10th edition of the 250km footrace to a triumphant close.

The Volcano Marathon Takes Place in Atacama, the Driest Desert on Earth

Survive The Volcano Marathon in Atacama Desert, the Driest Desert on Earth

On 11 November 2014, competitors will assemble at San Pedro de Atacama in the heart of the Atacama Desert, the driest desert in the world, for the Volcano Marathon!

‘Big Red Run’ Launched To Raise Funds For Diabetes Research

‘Big Red Run’ Launched To Raise Funds For Diabetes Research

The Big Red Run is Australia’s first and only 250km, multi-stage desert running race, being held in the Simpson Desert from 6-14 July 2013. Based out of Birdsville, the event will give runners the option of participating in the Big Red Run, a 250km six-day stage race, the Born to Run 100km or the Big Red Dash 42km.