RacingThePlanet Ultramarathon

In 2019, the ELEVENTH edition of the RacingThePlanet Ultramarathon will take place on the South Island of New Zealand. The host town will be Queenstown, famous for its adventure sports. The South Island is renowned for its mountains, lakes and glaciers. In the southwest is Fiordland National Park with steep-sided Milford Sound. In the north is Abel Tasman National Park. There are few places in the world where, within the space of one day, you can experience mountain vistas, ancient forests, volcanic landscape and stunning coastline - all while spotting wildlife not found anywhere on earth.

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13

Sep 2018

Who will run in New...

New Zealand is a popular location to run through the stunning countryside. See who is running the race!

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31

Aug 2018

New Photos from the Course

We are so excited to showcase this beautiful country at RacingThePlanet: New Zealand. See you there!

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24

Jul 2018

Follow the Gobi March Live...

Get breaking news, stage updates, features, photos, videos and results each day.

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23

Jul 2018

Sign Up for Breaking News...

The Gobi March (Mongolia) 2018 will start on Sunday, 29 July. Breaking News will be posted four or five times during each stage to update...

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18

Jun 2018

Stunning Photos from the Course

RacingThePlanet: New Zealand course will feature one of the most beautiful course of all times! The photos speak for themselves - See more here...

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28

May 2018

Great Training Articles

Do you have a training plan in place already? We have put together great training articles for you and are happy to help finding the...

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07

May 2018

The Sahara Race has concluded

Join us for the next edition on 28 April 2019.

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19

Mar 2018

Who Will Be At The...

RacingThePlanet: New Zealand will bring together a great number of RacingThePlanet / 4 Deserts competitors of all times. Check out who has already registered for...

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26

Feb 2018

Why New Zealand

It doesn't take much explaining why New Zealand was chosen to be the location for the 11th RacingThePlanet Ultramarathon. Read more...

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