• Double Olympian is tipped as the favourite to win the Gobi March 2014
    Chema Martinez from Spain continues his 4 Deserts Grand Slam goal going down as the favourite for the Gobi March
    Last Updated: Apr 21, 2014
  • Jordan confirmed for Sahara Race 2015
    We are very excited to announce that Sahara Race 2015 will take place in incredible deserts of Jordan, starting on Sunday, 8 March 2015.
    Last Updated: Apr 09, 2014
  • A picture is worth a thousand words
    Whether you speak Dutch or not, this article in outdoor magazine Bever 360° gives a very cool overview of a 4 Deserts race. Plus there's always Google Translate!
    Last Updated: Apr 07, 2014
  • News from around the world
    The 4 Deserts Race Series is making the news all over the world. Recent articles have appeared in Spain, South Korea, Hong Kong, Brazil, and the UK. Check out the full range in our Pressroom
    Last Updated: Mar 31, 2014
  • 4 Deserts Roving
    The 4 Deserts Team are roving. With recent gatherings in London, Hong Kong, Seoul, and Singapore, keep an eye out for further social meet-ups in a city near you.
    Last Updated: Mar 24, 2014
  • 4 Deserts alumni running well
    Great results this weekend for many 4 Deserts Alumni with Natalia Watkins flying high in New Zealand and Vlad Ixel, Claire Price, Sean Abbott, and Peter Lee doing great in Hong Kong.
    Last Updated: Mar 17, 2014
  • Chema to return!
    Olympian Chema Martinez finished second in Sahara Race 2014 his first 4 Deserts race. Like others, Chema will have learned much from his experience & promises to come back stronger for Gobi March 2014
    Last Updated: Mar 10, 2014
  • 172 competitors complete the Sahara Race (Jordan) 2014
    The 2014 edition of the Sahara Race has finished with competitors crossing the Stage 6 finish line in front of the famed Treasury in the ancient city of Petra...
    Last Updated: Feb 22, 2014
  • The Long March concludes above the Ancient City of Petra
    The Long March of the Sahara Race (Jordan) 2014 concluded with 172 finishers. The Last competitor to cross the line was Oh Byeong Ju of South Korea who was welcomed by all the competitors, who clapped
    Last Updated: Feb 22, 2014
  • Fresh Features from the Sahara Race 2014
    Read the summary of the best blogs, interview with Olympian 'Chema' Martinez Fernandez as well as the Grand Slam team Corre 1km+ and many more great Sahara Race features ...
    Last Updated: Feb 20, 2014
Introducing RacingThePlanet: Ecuador 2015
This year the 4 Deserts Race Series will stage its first Roving Race in......
Sandes sensation returning to his 4 Deserts roots
Ultra trail athlete Ryan Sandes has confirmed his attendance at the 2014...
Mother and Child Reunion
American competitor John Ross has one of the more fascinating job descriptions of the Sahara Race....
Desert Alchemy
At the end of the fourth stage of the Sahara Race 2014, Ian Rosenberger sits in the Cybertent and finishes his blog. ...
Leading Ladies
We set off around the camp site to talk to some of the top women in the race...
Pole-to-Pole
There is a new flag whipping in the wind at Sahara Race 2014. It is here to welcome four Polish competitors who are representing their country for the...
The Chen Family
There is a wonderful trio of Chens at the Sahara Race. The father and two sons from Taiwan have made 4 Deserts racing a family tradition. ...
The Jordanians
It was September 2013 when Ammar Sabbah first heard that the Sahara Race was coming to Jordan....
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Sharing the experience of the winning company - RacingThePlanet Ltd use Internet to expand overseas business.


DIE WELT: UBS-Hedgefonds-Managerin luft 250-km-Marathon in der Wste Gobi   April 23, 2013
More and more women from the financial sector participate in ultra-marathons.


SFGate: women go to extremes   April 22, 2013
Natalia Watkins, a 40-year-old Hong Kong-based executive for HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA), knows about endurance.


Bloomberg: women go to extremes   April 22, 2013
Natalia Watkins, a 40-year-old Hong Kong-based executive for HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA), knows about endurance.


An endurance ordeal by sand and in snow   December 5, 2012
Australia's Born To Run team has completed the Four Deserts Grand Slam, crossing the Sahara, Atacama, Gobi and Antarctic deserts together.


Pushed to the limit: The World's Toughest Endurance Challenges   November 28, 2012
While obesity rates soar in the developed world and we live an ever more sedentary lifestyle, the flip side to this health time bomb is the paradox th...


My Perfect Adventure: Dean Karnazes   December 12, 2012
The legendary ultramarathoner tells us why he blames his little habit on tequila, and that hed be all in for a marathon in outer spacebut also that ...


Adventure traveler Len Stanmore is not your average retiree   December 1, 2012
Millions of people dream of traveling more when they retire, but its a safe bet that few would approach their leisure years like Len Stanmore.


Racing for a Cause: A 3-Part Series Chronicling My Race Across Antarctica   November 12, 2012
In just a few days, I'll strap on my 25-pound backpack and lace up my shoes to start a seven-day race across the coldest desert on the planet as part ...


St Kilda dad Steve Brydon leaps from sofa to Sahara   October 22, 2012
In just over 12 months, the father of two has transformed himself from a chubby armchair spectator to an ultra athlete.


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