Ultra Paine is a trail running event that takes place in Chilean Patagonia, Providence of Última Esperanza (Last Hope), in the surroundings of Torres del Paine National Park. Since 2014, the event brought runners from 20 countries, converging to the southern tip of the Patagonia to fulfill the dream of running in one of the most pristine place on the planet!
The sixth edition of Ultra Paine will take place on September 28, 2019, and will feature four race distances: 80K, 50K, 35K, and 14K. The design for the 2019 route will maintain the same base from last year’s edition, located to the South of the majestic Torres del Paine National Park. The shared finish line for all distances will be located at the spectacular Hotel Río Serrano (#TheAmazingFinishLine). The magic of running in Patagonia, together with runners from around the world and the adventure of confronting a restless, and sometimes even hostile, climate will continue being the essence of the event.
Geographically, the event is developed in the American continent’s extreme south, at 51° south latitude, in a prime location of Western Patagonia, to the East of the Great Southern Ice Field and South of Torres del Paine National Park. The closest city to the event’s race zone is Puerto Natales, located 250 km to the North of Punta Arenas, which is the region’s capital.
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Once the reserve of only the most hardcore enthusiasts, ultra running is now a thriving global industry, with hundreds of thousands of competitors each year. But is the rise of this most brutal and challenging sport—with races that extend into hundreds of miles, often in extreme environments—an antidote to modern life, or a symptom of a modern illness?
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Trail and Ultra Running Marathon Running 5K Runner Popsockets makes a great gift for anyone who runs track, cross country, a marathon, a 5K, or a 10K race.
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The time-standard qualifying window for the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon was January 1–December 31, 2018. The time-qualifying standards, listed below, are for runners only.
All applicants who met the time standards at the following NYRR races in 2018 are eligible for guaranteed entry in 2019: 2018 Fred Lebow Manhattan Half, 2018 United Airlines NYC Half, 2018 SHAPE Women’s Half-Marathon, 2018 Popular Brooklyn Half, 2018 NYRR Staten Island Half, 2018 TCS New York City Marathon.
A limited number of time-qualifier spots were available to runners who met the time standards in a non-NYRR race. These spots were filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Verification was completed prior to the drawing on February 27, 2019.
All times run must be at least as fast as the posted time. Net (chip) time, not gun time, is evaluated:
Age* Marathon Half-marathon
18-34 2:53:00 1:21:00
35-39 2:55:00 1:23:00
40-44 2:58:00 1:25:00
45-49 3:05:00 1:28:00
50-54 3:14:00 1:32:00
55-59 3:23:00 1:36:00
60-64 3:34:00 1:41:00
65-69 3:45:00 1:46:00
70-74 4:10:00 1:57:00
75-79 4:30:00 2:07:00
80+ 4:55:00 2:15:00
Age* Marathon Half-marathon
18-34 3:13:00 1:32:00
35-39 3:15:00 1:34:00
40-44 3:26:00 1:37:00
45-49 3:38:00 1:42:00
50-54 3:51:00 1:49:00
55-59 4:10:00 1:54:00
60-64 4:27:00 2:02:00
65-69 4:50:00 2:12:00
70-74 5:30:00 2:27:00
75-79 6:00:00 2:40:00
80+ 6:35:00 2:50:00
*Age on November 3, 2019, for the 2019 TCS New York City Marathon.