Written By Sam Heward
Sam is one of the Ultra X Co-Founders. If he's not actually out running, chances are he's busy writing about it (or plotting Ultra X strategy!)
Sabrina Pace-Humphreys is a mother of four and grandmother of two. She is an amateur trail and mountain ultra runner, run coach, podcast host and ED&I activist.
In 2020, Sabrina co-founded a community and campaign group called Black Trail Runners and is on a mission to increase the diversity of the trail running scene. In this interview we explore how we as race organisers and individuals can continue to champion the incredible work of people like Sabrina. The takeaway? Speak up, use your voice whoever you are, and help us continue this conversation!
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