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Trail race: Lost Worlds 100K Race Series

December 7, 2011

Traveling to exotic locations and participating in beautiful ultra-trail races is a wonderful way of celebrating the love for trail running. There are plenty of ultra-trail events to chose from. Lost Worlds 100K Racing is race director Tim Holmstrom’s latest concept, an international series of 50K and 100K ultra-trail marathons, qualifying for a final 100 mile race set in one of the most spectacular locations in the world.

Race Director Tim Holmstrom

Holmstrom, an outdoor sports photographer, who previously has organised Coastal Challenge in Costa Rica, is  particularly fond of the idea of bringing adventure seeking runners to stunning and spectacular locations.

According to the website: www.lostworldsracing.com these endurance events will take place in inspiring World Heritage sites of matchless beauty. The format welcomes individuals or teams. Apart from hard core ultra running there also are several relay and trek options for family and friends.

Tim, whom I met while covering adventure racing in Patagonia and Utah, told me that there will be 15 year old swedish competitor and a blind german runner attending the Causeway Crossing event. You can follow the race series via facebook and twitter.

Event Schedule 2012
February 18: “Fuego y Agua” Prologue on Isle de Ometepe in Nicaragua
March 29:  Giant’s Causeway Crossing in Ireland
November 25: Trail to Tikal in Belize/Guatemala
2013
April 27: Tuscany Crossing in Italy
Dominica Crossing, Dominica Island
Final Race To be Announced

Photo credits: Tim Holmstrom/Lost Worlds Race Series

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Tim permalink
    December 11, 2011 22:55

    Hi Fred, just a reminder that the date for the Causeway Crossing is March 31st, 2012. It was changed a couple of months ago to accommodate more local participation.

  2. Christine Harrison permalink
    March 24, 2013 14:23

    Hi Fred,
    Do you know any dates for the Dominica Crossing 2013 or is phased out? Thanks and Good luck in Ireland?

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