Ultra X Ragnar Relay Takeover
Ragnar Relays offer a lot of the stuff which Ultra X value highly: an opportunity to race with like-minded people, travel, adventure, beautiful trails, and sleep-deprived camaraderie!
Teams will cover ultramarathon distances over 24 hours, but it does not matter whether you run a 6:30 pace or a 12:00 minute pace, each and every runner plays a huge part in the success of the team.
If you do not feel that you are ready to run 250km in 5 days/125km in 2 days just yet, then this is the perfect introduction to running ultra distances. We will be entering teams in Ragnar Events across Europe and we want to get you all involved! If you’d like to join us, register your interest below and we’ll be in touch.
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