The event is the pinnacle of trail runs in Australia. A challenging, spectacular course through some of Australia’s most iconic landscape of the Blue Mountains. 100km was never meant to be easy and this course will certainly test even the best. But it will bring great rewards, phenomenal views, and the best tracks in the Blue Mountains. If you can finish the full 100km in under 20 hours you will become an exclusive member of the TNF 100 club and receive a special memento.

Races

UTA11
May 11, 2022 (Wednesday)
Running
11 kilometers
917 meters
Solo Timed Trail
UTA22
May 12, 2022 (Thursday)
Running
21.6 kilometers
1,200 meters
Solo Timed Trail
UTA951
May 12, 2022 (Thursday)
Running
1.2 kilometers
220 meters
Solo Timed Trail
UTA100
May 13, 2022 (Friday)
Running
100 kilometers
4,400 meters
Western States qualifier Solo Timed Trail
UTA50
May 13, 2022 (Friday)
Running
50 kilometers
2,400 meters
Solo Timed Trail
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Wollongong's Matthew Pellow conquers 'brutal' 100km Blue Mountains challenge

Ultra-Trail Australia
www.illawarramercury.com.au | 16 May 2021 23:44
Charles Hamilton - 2021 Winner
Press Release

First Time Winners Take Top Honours on Day Two Ultra-Trail Australia

Two first time winners have taken top honours on the second day of racing at Ultra-Trail Australia, with Charles Hamilton and Paige Penrose claiming the men’s and women’s UTA22 titles. More than 2,000 runners took on the 22 kilometres, testing themselves across 910m of elevation gain as they made their way around the stunning Blue Mountain’s course. Charles Hamilton was first
Ultra-Trail Australia
Jean-Loup Fenaux | 14 May 2021 05:43
Ultra-Trail Australia 2018 Promo - How far will you go?
News Results

Results 2019: Ultra-Trail Australia

UTA50 Rhett Gibson outran roughly 2033 runners to win with a time of 04:25:18, followed by Tom Brimelow who finished with a time of 04:32:25. The third place went to Mick Donges with a time of 04:34:03 In the women’s race, Gemma Jenkins took top spot in 05:13:46 . She bested Lucy Bartholomew who crossed the finish line 2 minutes 2
Ultra-Trail Australia
Jean-Loup Fenaux | 19 May 2019 15:42
From Around the web

Wallis Sands Half Marathon: Satterfield, Mortimer run away

Wallis Sands Half Marathon
www.seacoastonline.com | 19 May 2019 00:00

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