Ultra X

Taking on a multi-day ultra in a far flung corner of the earth is one of the greatest experiences in the world. The sense of achievement you feel after grinding through each day, and the camaraderie you build with your fellow competitors in a remote desert, jungle or mountain camp is what makes competing in the global Ultra X series truly unique.

Our goal is to enable more people to have these experiences every year, to champion the sport of multi-stage racing, and to make the world of ultra more accessible to all.
We are now the biggest series of multi-stage ultramarathons on the planet and we are just getting started.
Every day from our HQ, we strive to do three things;

~ Launch more races
~ Increase the accessibility and diversity of multi-stage ultra running
~ Build a global community of people that love adventure and love racing

We aim to do all these things while doing as much good for the planet as possible. That’s why, in May 2020, we took the decision to become a carbon neutral company.

We thank you for your interest and look forward to welcoming you to an Ultra X race soon.

Any questions and feel free to drop us a line

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