Ultra X Sri Lanka takes place in a country nicknamed ‘The Pearl of the Indian Ocean’. Sri Lanka is a beautiful country with an incredibly diverse culture. The course takes competitors past tea plantations, through 10,000 year old rainforests and down rushing rivers. During this unforgettable week, competitors will get to experience in full the place, the people, and the beauty of this iconic country, steeped in history and colour.
25–35 Degrees C
After the last stage on Friday the organisers host a big camp fire and BBQ. It’s a great evening.
Included in your fee:
- Race entry
- Campsite accommodation from 22nd — 27th March (option to purchase accommodation in race hotel on 21/28th)
- Water (rationed)
- Medical team
- Ground assistance
- Minimal insurance
- Individual rankings or team rankings for registered teams
NOT Included in Your Fee:
- Accommodation before the 22nd or after the 27th March
- Your food during the race
- Any equipment
- Comprehensive insurance (to cover cancellation/items/injury etc.)
- Training costs
- Doctors fees (e.g. for medical certificate)
- Spending money
The living accommodation consists of a gazebo shared by 6–15 competitors.
Competitors will have to carry essential safety equipment (such as water bottles, gels, basic medical kits, a whistle etc.) in their rucksacks but unlike other races they will not have to carry their food and other gear.
This will be transported by the race organisers for you in between camps. Baggage restrictions can be found in the information pack.
The below information pack contains all the necessary details regarding the race.
“I think I spent more time wondering why I had signed up for a race like this than actually enjoying it. That said, it took about 5 minutes before I was looking for the next one. They are great adventures and Sri Lanka is calling my name!” — Sam Barkham
“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)
“This was the most brutal and challenging thing I have ever completed, and I would do it again.” — Jacques Potgieter (South Africa)
“I can’t say enough about this race. It has been amazing, interesting, brutal, and beautiful” — Edson Kumbwamba (Malawi)