|24/10/2020||Surf the Murph||Savage, MN (United States)|
|16/04/2021||The Grit||Savannah, GA (United States)|
|29/09/2019||BMW Berlin Marathon||Berlin (Germany)|
|03/11/2019||TCS New York City Marathon||New York (United States)|
|29/03/2020||Rome Marathon||Roma (Italy)|
|05/04/2020||Paris Marathon||Paris (France)|
|19/04/2020||Vienna City Marathon||Vienna (Austria)|
|26/04/2020||Virgin Money London Marathon||London (United Kingdom)|
|06/07/2020||Badwater||Death Valley, CA (United States)|
|17/07/2020||Hardrock 100 Endurance Run||Silverton, CO (United States)|
|Competitions by area|
We only talk about him, the famous trail that offers unequalled sensations... communion with nature, surpassing oneself, a less traumatic race, a fantastic community. So we too want to rub it up against it!
WHAT TO CALL TRAIL?
There is now an official definition created by the International Trail Running Association (Itra) that has become the reference for organizers around the world. The trail is a walking competition open to all, in a natural environment (mountain, desert, plain...) with the minimum possible number of cemented or paved roads (no more than 20% of the total distance). The terrain can vary (dirt road, forest road, monotrace trail...), and the route must be properly marked. The race is, ideally but not necessarily, semi-sufficient or self-sufficient (each with its own supply). Trails are classified from less than 42 km to XL which are more than 100 km.