Today is world rhino day. What a perfect time to have our runners cross the finish line.
Most of the runners had a night of broken sleep on account of the lion outside the perimeter who roared every half hour or so…
Once again we used a helicopter as a starting gun. Our pilot gave the runners a haircut as he roared overhead and sent the runners out onto the course.
As the runners were rubbing their eyes and trying to crowbar themselves back into clammy lycra this morning at breakfast, our teams were out on the course clearing a path through the elephants
There was a strong crowd of supporters as our 70 runners took to the line and a big cheer went up as they headed out to tackle 220km of trail.
We are back in Kenya ready for the second For Rangers Ultra and we are very excited.
What is it? Where is it held? What makes it so amazing? Everything you need to know is right here…
This 220km, 5-stage race, crosses open wildlife reserves in Kenya, the home of long-distance running.
Between the efforts of our runners and staff. The profits from the 2018 race passed £110,000. A huge statement for the potential of this race in the future. This money goes to support the work of Save the Rhino and For Rangers.
When the winner of the race crossed the finish line earlier he was handed a medal by the greatest marathon runner on earth…
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