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Pre-Race: Breaking News 5

Sat, 29 April 2017 at 22:02

Competitors arrived at Camp 1 in the Skeleton Coast National Park to a very warm welcome from Namibian locals signing under the banner.  Competitors quickly settled in, preparing a dinner by the fire before heading to bed as the sun quickly set.  Steve Wise of Scotland said in his blog: "As the sun begins to set, everyone is sitting around chatting, eating and enjoying the beginning of a big adventure. After 7 months thinking about this thing, I will be off in 15 hours. I’m hoping to get some sleep tonight and be raring to go on Sunday morning." Stage 1 begins at 8 am tomorrow.

Pre-Race: Breaking News 4

Sat, 29 April 2017 at 13:01

Check-In at in Swakopmund is now complete. Competitors will depart for the first campsite on the edge of Skeleton Coast in just 30 minutes. The weather is mild at 30 Celsius with thick mist from the sea finally clearing from the sky.  During check in competitors visited with the medical team, had their gear checked and other forms reviewed.  Tadashi Murakami of Japan had the lightest backpack weighing just 5.8 kilograms and Sungho Ryu, also of Japan, had the heaviest backpack weighing 15.5 kilograms.  Volunteers Ryan Kim from Korea, who lives in South Africa, was asked if there was any one competitor who stood out.  Ryan said "everyone is quite special."  Simon Melanson of Canada took note of all the advice "Will need to bring my shoes inside tent at night. Apparently, scorpions like to sleep in them and jackals think its fun to grab them and use them as chew toys.  I will definitely follow this advice as I do not want the added challenge of running the race with a scorpion sting, one shoe, and/or barefoot!"

Pre-Race: Breaking News 3

Sat, 29 April 2017 at 04:01

Most competitors have now arrived in Namibia. Excitement is in the air with competitors gathering around the historic Swakopmund Hotel and Entertainment Centre, in the quaint city of Swakupmond where the Skeleton Coast comes to life.  Volunteers have just completed training, and competitors are awaiting the final check in which begins shortly after breakfast on Saturday.  The 4 Deserts Race Series management team returned from a final recce of the course, and reported that there had been quite a bit of rain which has resulted in many dormant flowers and plants now in full bloom.  Live race coverage begins on Sunday.  Please go to www.4deserts.com/sahararace/live for our special summary page with each day's highlights. This page will be updated throughout each day.

Pre-Race: Breaking News 2

Tue, 25 April 2017 at 10:05

The 4 Deserts management team is currently on the course, checking all last minute details.

Pre-Race: Breaking News 1

Sat, 15 October 2016 at 00:00

The next edition of the Sahara Race (Namibia) starts on 30 April 2017.

Pre-Race Breaking News for the Sahara Race (Namibia) 2017 will start to be posted the week starting Mon, 24 April 2017.

Stage 1: Breaking News 6

Sun, 30 April 2017 at 20:03

See all the latest photos from Stage 1:  http://www.4deserts.com/sahararace/photos

Stage 1: Breaking News 5

Mon, 1 May 2017 at 18:00

Stage 1 of the Sahara Race (Namibia) 2017 is complete.  The final competitors crossed the finsih line at 16:16 (local time in the Namib Desert) after eight hours and sixteen minutes.  The last three were friends from South Korea: Ryu Sungho, Kang Sungsuk and Jung Young Woong. 

The full results are available www.4deserts.com/sahararace/results

Full stage update as well as photos, videos and blogs will be available soon.

Markus Zeigler from Switzerland loved the stage - when he came over the ridge and could see the Atlantic Ocean on the Skeleton Coast he literally screamed with the excitement at the stunning view.

We are very happy to see Tobias Verwey from Namibia come in 11th place.  Hannes Smit also from Namibia finished well in 30th place. 

Jay Wong from Hong Kong enjoyed the stage today.  Having the wind behind them was very helpful. 

Stage 2 will start at 08:00 tomorrow.  It is 39.5km / 24.7 miles which will take them across Scotts Bridge and past a diamond mine(!)

Stage 1: Breaking News 4

Sun, 30 April 2017 at 18:03

Stage 1 results from the Sahara Race (Namibia) 2017 are now online:  http://www.4deserts.com/sahararace/results.  Blogs and photos will be updated in the news few hours.

Stage 1: Breaking News 3

Sun, 30 April 2017 at 15:00

Seven hours after the start of Stage 1 there are 84 competitors who have reached Camp 2 and completed the Stage.  The most recent people to reach the windy Camp were Tadashi Murakami (the oldest competitor) from Japan running in together with Chloe Kim from South Korea - they just today on the course. His son Tadahiro Murakami arrived before him.  Other recent arrivals were Alan Phillips of New Zealand and Gavin Pilcher from the UK.   Not long before that Nicola Roth and Charlotte Lynch crossed together - they enjoyed the day and found the first 20kms fun, but said it was hard to do the same distance again.  Rene de Klein and Karin Teuben from the Netherlands are expected soon.

The Top 3 women are

1st Kristinet Starck from South Africa.

2nd Carolina Monaci from Italy (just a few minutes behind)

3rd Kristen Althof from Germay

(and then Riitta Hanninen(!) from Finland in 4th place)

Diana West from the UK had an enormous smile on her face when she arrived - she was super excited to cross the finishline and complete Stage 1 of the race having been very nervous before she started.

The last three competitors on the course are Young Woong Jung, Peter Kang and Sungho Ryo - all from Korea (South).  All three are doing well and are well within the cut-off.   They have left checkpoint 3 and are completing the last 7.8kms into camp.

Stage 1: Breaking News 2

Sun, 30 April 2017 at 12:30

Ralph Crowley from the United States is the winner of Stage 1 of the Sahara Race (Namibia) 2017.  He completed the 37.8km / 23.6 mile stage in 3 hours, 3 minutes and 54 seconds. 

2nd place was Jovica Spajic from Serbia who is supporting the HOPE for Pulmonary Hypertension.  3rd place went to Iulian Rotariu from Romania. 

After four and half hours, 20 people have completed the stage:

4th - Ole Norstadt from Norway

5th - Mo Foustok from Saudi Arabia

6th Felix Allen from the UK

7th Shawn Harmon from the USA

8th Paul Borlinha from Canada

9th Steffen Neupert from Germany

10th Rafael Fuchsgruber from Germany

11th Tobias Verwey from NAMIBIA

12th Sascha Zipp from Germany

13th Simon Melanson from Canada

14th Nicola Benetti from Italy

15th Andrei Gligor from Romania

16th Bent Stougaard from Denmark

17th Christoph Castelberg from Germany

18th Kuno Kownokski from Germany

19th Simon Wilson from England

10th Bryan Murphy from Scotland

Further back in the field checkpoint 1 has closed well before the cut off time with everyone making it through and checkpoint 2 is also looking to close well before cut off with more than 88 people already through. 

For the women, Kristinet Starck is leading the field. 

It's been a VERY windy stage - luckily with the wind behind them most of the way.  Camp 2 aptly named Purple Oasis as it is situated in a valley or purple rocks is also very windy.  It is expect to keep blowing for the rest of the day but calm down in the early evening.

It is currently 12:30:00 local time in the Namib Desert.  The stage will conclude by 17:30 local time. 

 

Stage 1: Breaking News 1

Sat, 15 October 2016 at 00:00

The next edition of the Sahara Race (Namibia) starts on 30 April 2017.

Breaking News for Stage 1 of the Sahara Race (Namibia) 2017 will be posted on Sun, 30 April 2017.

Stage 2: Breaking News 1

Sat, 15 October 2016 at 00:00

The next edition of the Sahara Race (Namibia) starts on 30 April 2017.

Breaking News for Stage 2 of the Sahara Race (Namibia) 2017 will be posted on Mon, 1 May 2017.

Stage 3: Breaking News 1

Sat, 15 October 2016 at 00:00

The next edition of the Sahara Race (Namibia) starts on 30 April 2017.

Breaking News for Stage 3 of the Sahara Race (Namibia) 2017 will be posted on Tues, 2 May 2017.

Stage 4: Breaking News 1

Sat, 15 October 2016 at 00:00

The next edition of the Sahara Race (Namibia) starts on 30 April 2017.

Breaking News for Stage 4 of the Sahara Race (Namibia) 2017 will be posted on Weds, 3 May.

Stage 5: Breaking News 1

Sat, 15 October 2016 at 00:00

The next edition of the Sahara Race (Namibia) starts on 30 April 2017.

Breaking News for Stage 5 of the Sahara Race (Namibia) 2017 will be posted on Thurs, 4 May and Fri, 5 May 2017.

Stage 6: Breaking News 1

Sat, 15 October 2016 at 00:00

The next edition of the Sahara Race (Namibia) starts on 30 April 2017.

Breaking News for Stage 6 of the Sahara Race (Namibia) 2017 will be posted on Sat, 6 May 2017.