70 km race course GPS
5th Annapurna 100 Race results
The results have been nicely formatted now for easy reading and no Excel necessary. Just click below!
Hundred Number Aayo!
“Saaya number aayo!” (Hundred number has arrived!) This year, as last year, the numbers were given out pretty randomly and even a bit chaotically. This year though we decided to make sure the numbers were in Nepali, to show that it is a Nepali race and also to give an interesting souvenir for the foreign […]
A message from the 3 Sisters
As you may know, the 2010 Annapurna 100 race had zero Nepali female participants and only three foreign women running. We decided to make a big effort to try and change that and to some degree it worked. This year there were 10 foreign female runners, including one of the worlds very best, Lizzy Hawker. From […]
50 km race course GPS data
This is the 50 km course GPS data recorded on the wrist of Kimmo Keinanen. Key facts: the GPS measured the course at 51.2 km with 2,443 m elevation change.
5th Annapurna 100 race report
We’re already 5 days into 2011 and finally a brief race report. More information, pictures, times (and splits) and feedback from runners is coming in the next day or two (or three). Before beginning, it’s worth reiterating what we think the essence of the Annapurna 100 race should be so we can see how this year […]
Lizzy Hawker to run in the Annapurna 100
We’re really please to announce that Lizzy Hawker will be coming to Nepal to compete in the Annapurna 100 2011 before heading over to the Vibram HK 100 Ultra in Hong Kong. And coming from Hong Kong we have Michael Maddess from Action Asia Events. Both will be running a long side some very, very talented […]
Annapurna 100 mentioned on nepalisports.com
We’re happy that Nepalisports.com, which is the premier website in Nepal covering all sports, is beginning to follow the sport of trail running. While the Nepal football team hovers around the bottom twenty in the FIFA world ranking, several Nepali runners are winning world class international events. Here they cover Sudip’s second place in Malaysia. […]
Below are the competitors who’s registration form has been completed and returned. The rest of you please return your registration form as soon as possible.
Nepal Tourism Year 2011
2011 has been declared a Tourism Year. What this actually means will only become apparent some way into 2011. The Government and Nepal Tourist Board (NTB) hope that one million tourists will come, which is double the record number so far but no-one really knows how that is going to happen. Still, what is really […]