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Date d'inscription : 12/06/2009
|Sujet: Across the Years, USA, 72-48-24 h : 29/12/2012 - 01/01/2013 Ven 19 Oct - 14:42:39|| |
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lieu: Camelback Ranch , Glendale (Arizona): 10710 West Camelback Rd. Phoenix, AZ 850373 épreuves: 72h, 48h, 24hmarcheurs bienvenus:
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- Do people run the whole time, or are they allowed to walk sometimes?
The ability of ultrarunners varies dramatically. A few world-class runners are able to run pretty much the whole time for 24 hours and even up to 48 hours. People in that category are few and far between, but they do tend to show up at races like Across the Years.
Although these events are called running races, the traditional term for the technique employed is “go as you please,” meaning competitors are free to run, walk, sleep or do whatever they want, but the clock never stops. The reality is that almost everyone walks at least part of the time, and some people for most of it. When such events were held in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, they were often referred to as pedestrian races, which seems quaintly archaic, but is probably a more accurate term to describe them than running.
It is even possible for diligent racewalkers to win the 48-hour and 72-hour events.
attention 4 tranches de tarifs: avant 31mars 2012, avant 31 octobre 2012, avant, 23 décembre 2012, après
RACE UNTIL 3/31 UNTIL 10/31 UNTIL 12/23 RACE WEEK
72-Hour $325 $350 $375 $400
48-Hour $225 $245 $265 $285
24-Hour $120 $135 $150 $165