Links & Partners
Below are links to the some of the people we are lucky enough to work with. Please support them if they have something that interests you:
Organised by our good friend Mark Cockbain, this race is an incredibly tough 147 mile non-stop ultra along the Viking Way footpath and must be completed in under 40 hours. Our races are qualifiers for Mark's event for which you must be accepted by invitation only.
XNRG put on events which receive hugely positive feedback from the UK ultrarunning community. Specialising in multi-day ultras their races share many of the same trails as our own & are great individual challenges as well as ideal preparatory events for longer distance ultras.
Run by our good friend Keith Godden offering an unparrallelled and up to date database of upcoming UK and global ultramarathon events.
Dedicated to the promotion of trail running in the UK. Whether you are a runner looking for other trail events or a potential new race director in need of advice or support, please take the time to consult with the TRA and they will help you.
GB Emergency Medical Services Ltd are a Care Quality Commission (CQC) Registered and Regulated Service, providing the overarching medical support for all Centurion Running events including ambulance technicians (EMTs), paramedics, nurses and qualified first aiders.
Ultra advice and news from Ed and Phil, extraordinary ordinary runners plus their campaign to help clear up our trails.
The 100MeilenBerlin is a commemorative ultra-run which takes place along the Berlin Wall Trail (Mauerweg). The Mauerweg was the patrol path of the DDR border guards and in former times encircled West Berlin. Since 2001, the Berlin Wall trail has served as a memorial of those times. The 100MeilenBerlin takes place along this historical route starting and finishing in the Berlin district of Kreuzberg. Highlights of this route include the Brandenburg Gate, government district, Bernauer Strasse including Mauerpark (Wall Park), the Heilandskirche (Church of the Redeemer) in Sacrow, the Neue Garten (New Garden) in Potsdam, Berlin Wannsee, as well as the East Side Gallery with the longest preserved section of Berlin Wall. Attending the 100MeilenBerlin not only means achieving 160.9 km (with 659 altitude differential) but closely experiencing the history of the division of Germany. Along the route are various memorial stones honoring those people who lost their lives at the border.
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