PRELIMINARY RESULTS OFFICIAL PHOTOS BY KÜLLI LEOLA
The first entry round of the 8th Haanja Ultra100 brought alltogether 96 runners, from these 83 are going to the ultra race and 13 are attending “sprint” of 42,2km aka classical marathon! Track of the race will be almost the same as last year, the lenght of the lap is 6,66km – full distance 100km […]
This summer Rõuge Trail Run, earlier known as Rõuge Marathon, comes with a new track of 42,2km, what means that the shortest possible distance is the length of a classical marathon and the second and longest distance is 2 marathons or 84,4km!
Kuna kõik senised Pääsküla raba maratonid on toimunud Eestimaa “kehva suusailma aastaajal”, siis on juba loomult maratoni stsenaariumisse sisse kirjutatud pidev pahuksisse minek ilmataadiga! Ei olnud erandiks ka viimane toimunud – kurjakuulutava 13-nda järjekorra numbriga – maraton!
Despite to the uncertain weather and very icy conditions on Pääsküla marathons usual track, we are sure, that marathon will take part on this Saturday. In order to insure the safety of the participants we are looking for alternative and ice-free tracks. Final information about the race and the track will be available on Thursday […]
Haanja Ultra100 will be held for the seventh time on October, 29th, in Haanja Ski Centre! We’d like to present a brand new track for this years race,
Rõuge Trail Run has become the member of the International Trail-Running Association, in order to be one of the qualification races for UTMB (Ultra Trail Mont Blanc) organization. ITRA has evaluated Rõuge Trail Run’s track and UTMB confirmed that Rõuge Trail Run is worth of 1 UTMB point!
The organizer of Haanja Ultra100, Pääsküla raba marathons and Rõuge Trail Run launches a new website, with assembling together all ´useful information about these races, including the registration and all previous results. This website will be your new gate to all our races, all around the year, all around Estonia!
Rõuge Trail Run, previously known as Rõuge Marathon, says farewell to tarmac and other paved roads and sets a new track into the woods and valleys, up and down! 8 laps, each of 10,55km, will gather together two full marathons and total 2080 metres of elevation gain, making this run a rough experience.