Ultra X Races

Ultra X Sri Lanka

20–27 March 2021

Indi­vidu­al: £1,200 Team: £995pp (2 or more)

Dis­tance/Time

250 KM/5 DAYS

Elev­a­tion

687M

Tech­nic­al­ity

2/5

Tem­per­at­ure

27–33°C

Air­port

CMB

Ultra X 125 Azores

24–25 April 2021

Indi­vidu­al: £295 Team: £250pp (3 or more)

Dis­tance/Time

125 KM/2 DAYS

Elev­a­tion

5,817M

Tech­nic­al­ity

4/5

Tem­per­at­ure

17–24°C

Air­port

PDL

Ultra X World Cham­pi­on­ships

5–13 June 2021

Indi­vidu­al: £1,300 (invit­a­tion only)

Dis­tance/Time

250 KM/5 DAYS

Elev­a­tion

10,189M

Tech­nic­al­ity

4/5

Tem­per­at­ure

20–28°C

Air­port

LJU

Ultra X 125 Eng­land

4–5 Septem­ber 2021

Early Bird: £195 (price increas­ing £40 on 31st Octo­ber) Team: £156pp (3 or more)

Dis­tance/Time

125 KM/2 DAYS

Elev­a­tion

4,349M

Tech­nic­al­ity

3/5

Tem­per­at­ure

14–24°C

Air­port

MAN

Ultra X Jordan

2–9 Octo­ber 2021

Indi­vidu­al: £995 (price increas­ing £100 on 8th Novem­ber) Team: £890pp (3 or more)

Dis­tance/Time

250 KM/5 DAYS

Elev­a­tion

2,522M

Tech­nic­al­ity

3/5

Tem­per­at­ure

26–34°C

Air­port

AMM

Ultra X Mex­ico

6–13 Novem­ber 2021

Early Bird: £995 (price increas­ing £200 on 15th Novem­ber) Team: £990pp (2 or more)

Dis­tance/Time

250 KM/5 DAYS

Elev­a­tion

11,838M

Tech­nic­al­ity

5/5

Tem­per­at­ure

17–26°C

Air­port

CUU

The world’s biggest ultra-mara­thon series

What oth­ers say

Take 100+ par­ti­cipants across 20+ nation­al­it­ies, diverse gen­er­a­tions and back­grounds. Have them sup­por­ted by an amaz­ing crew of 30+ super fab indi­vidu­als (volun­teers, med­ics, osteo­paths, media team). Have them run 250 KM in 5 days across Wadi Rum, one of the most fas­cin­at­ing deserts on earth. Make them sweat, cry, laugh … make them feel ALIVE! Ultra X, thank you for cre­at­ing some­thing MAGIC!”

Giulia Ran­zuglia

Italy

“This was the most bru­tal and chal­len­ging thing I have ever com­pleted, and I would do it again.
Jacques Pot­gi­eter

South Africa

“I can hon­estly say this was a totally life chan­ging exper­i­ence. From the incred­ible crew of med­ics and osteo­paths to the crack­ing camarader­ie exper­i­enced every night at camp. No shame was spared, and all lim­its were broken (in every single sense). Incred­ible friend­ships formed and many, many memor­ies made. For someone with so many words, I’m not sure I’ll ever find enough to explain this adven­ture. Team Ultra X, you’re bloody epic, and I can­not thank you enough. Wadi Rum, over and out.”
Han­nah Tyldes­ley

UK

“Ultra X Mex­ico was the best race I’ve ever done. I am so grate­ful for the oppor­tun­ity to exper­i­ence this won­der­ful event, of the like I had not exper­i­enced before.”
Takak­uzo Kur­ose

Japan

“Ultra X cre­ated a way we could com­pletely immerse ourselves into the canyon, the vil­lages, people and com­pet­i­tion. They did a great job set­ting an amaz­ing point to point course, pick­ing beau­ti­ful camp­sites, aid sta­tions and world class med­ic­al sup­port to include price­less free daily ortho/body work. I was really impressed.”
Jason Sch­larb

USA

Ultra X Mex­ico was W I L D ! The views, trails, nature… hon­estly breath­tak­ing. One night I had 40p noodles on top of the Cop­per Canyons and sud­denly I felt like I was din­ing at a mil­lion star res­taur­ant. What an adven­ture!”

Alise Miksta

Latvia

There is magic at a multi-stage race and this magic comes from the people. Not only the run­ners, but the organ­isers, volun­teers and the loc­al people of the unique land­scape you are run­ning through. A multi-stage race brings out a raw­ness in people that there is no hid­ing from; we see each oth­er at our best, at our worst and everything in between, and some­how this devel­ops such strong bonds and friend­ships are forged for life.”

Lucja Leonard

Aus­tralia

Qual­i­fy for the Ultra X World Cham­pi­on­ships