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Ultrarunning World Magazine Issue 35 Out Now

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Ultrarunning World Magazine Issue 35 starts off with Emily Dart who took on the recently formed Tough Trails organisation whose inaugural offering was the Edale’s Inferno Ring of Hell in the Peak District, Derbyshire.
Emma Hancock and Peter Abraham write about contrasting experiences in the Sri Chinmoy 24 hour at the event’s new venue in Battersea in the heart of London.
Lauren Buffini was drawn to the Darkside Sunset Ultra on the North Norfolk coast and further south Lorien Cadier, a Druid interested in charting rivers from their source, decided to
walk the first 60 miles of the Thames to Abingdon.
Emma Morton introduces the Raid des Cathares, a 101 km medieval trail starting in Carcassonne, France and we hear from Enar Warfvinge who ran the Gax 100 mile trail race in
Swe den.
We are also delighted to have another article from east coaster Naomi Moss who won the south-east’s biggest multiday, the 250 mile Thames Ring. There was redemption for Ross Jenkins at the Moab 240 in Utah in the States and we hear from someone else who has written about Moab for us before, Steven Battle who went to the 25 Hour Track Ultra, perhaps Cockbain Events easiest offering. In the same vein Vanessa Kellie went to Bath for some subterranean fun in another Cockbain Event, the Tunnel Ultra.
Regular contributor Gary Dudney writes about a new 100 miler in West Virginia and we hear from Laura Manuel celebrating the Canadian ultrarunner/triathlete and mum of two, Viktoria Brown, Vice-President of the Global Organization of Multi-Day Ultramarathoners (GOMU). A great mix of articles.