Meeting again in Russia!
We are pleased to announce that races of the 2020 Ultra-Trail® World Tour circuit are starting again!
To celebrate this, we are looking forward to seeing you on July 19th in Suzdal, Russia, where the Golden Ring Ultra-Trail® will take place. All sanitary measures will be put in place to ensure a safe and enjoyable event.
📅 July 19
⛰ 107 km, 1000 M+
Coronavirus COVID-19 – Latest update
While the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the world of sport on a global scale, we are now beginning to see certain measures easing. We bring you the latest update regarding the upcoming events of the Ultra-Trail® World Tour 2020 circuit:
– The TDS®, originally scheduled for the 25th August, has been cancelled.
– The CCC®, originally scheduled for the 28th August, has been cancelled.
– The UTMB®, originally scheduled for the 28th August, has been cancelled.
– The Harricana Ultra-Trail®, in Canada, originally scheduled for the 13th September, is maintained.
– The Ultra-Trail® Ninghai, in China, originally scheduled for the 17th October, will go ahead as planned*.
*The number of participants in the UTNH (108km) must be controlled within 400. Only local Chinese runners will be allowed, and participants must take anti-epidemic measures.
– Oman by UTMB®, originally scheduled for the 3rd December, has been cancelled.
There will be no sports championship for 2020
In light of this global health crisis that continues to evolve, the Ultra-Trail® World Tour has, in consultation with the Race Director Council, made the decision not to award a championship title in 2020. The sporting competition as embodied by the Ultra-Trail® World Tour, which brings together the most emblematic and prestigious long-distance trail running races in the world, cannot take place as usual in the context of the COVID-19 crisis because of the cancellation of 13 events since the pandemic and upholding fairness among the athletes.
The Ultra-Trail® World Tour team wishes to take this opportunity to express again its full support to all the race organizers, athletes and the trail-running family at large, who have been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis in one way or another.