Waiting for two races results we are able to inform about first news of 9-11november ultras:
NOV 9-11th INTERNATIONAL RESULTS
9 nov: Druid Challenge, multistage 84 miles , UK
Male: Justin Montague 11:37 Female: Charlie Ramsdale 13:27
James Eacott: 11:59 Ali Young 13:55
Danny Kendall 12:12 Jackie Barker 16:09
10nov: Bangalore Ultra 100km, this year crossing Hennur bamboo forests, India......
1º Anil Kumar...............10:21
2º Idris Mohamed.........11:43
3º Udaya Kumar..........11:53
10nov: The Great North Walk 100km/100miles between Sydney and Newcastle in New South Wales (Australia)
Male: Brendan Davies 19:27
Female: Gill Fowler 23:58
100km/ 4.500mtrs alt. gain:
Male: Clarke McClymont sub10h
Female: Beth Cardelli 12:36
Gill has become the new 100km and 100miles female record holder and she is thinking about to run in 2013 in Bogong to Hotham 64km race and the next 100miles Alpine Challenge .
During this week more multistage ultra races are just starting to run:
La Piste des Oasis, 100km in four stages in Senegal, from 10-18 nov
First edition of 100km of Kalahari
Developed in Namibia by Zitoway, 12-15 november.
Four stages along Kalahari desert paths.
Remark the fact of 2 spanish runners are daring this challenge.
Manaslu Mountain Trail (Nepal), a seven days ultra race, starting tomorrow nov13th to nov20th., running part-surrounding Manaslu mountain , and crossing amazing lanscapes of the Himalayan Range.
The Everest Trail Race 2nd edition, race organized by spanish adventure travel company Adeavetura, it runs along Solukhumbu region in Nepal, a very demanding race comprising 6 stages and 13.000 meters height gain. From 15 to 20 nov.
We have to stad out the presence of good and experienced ultrarunners between the 33 participants, including one of my friends, a good ultrarunner and better person, Tony Andrades, we run together part of the last Lavaredo Ultratrail in Dolomites and we enjoyed a lot sharing the experience.
Jaume Teres, Jordi Aubeso, Oscar Lopez, Nuria Picas, Agusti Roc are also now preparing backpacks to ride the Himalayan Range in the ETR 12.
|Luis Alonso in the first edition|