OMAN DESERT MARATHON BLOG

Today the runners spent almost all day resting, preparing for the longest stage of the race, 42.3 km. To many runners, this appear as the most difficult stage of the race. Usually If runners have made it till this point, they can make it to...

Runners found this stage the hottest so far, very different for the uncommon cloudy day they had yesterday. However, the temperatures were not higher than 30 degrees Celsius, but the level of humidity raised as we are closer to the sea. It was very critical...

As part of the Sultanate’s celebrations of the National Day, a picture with a 49th shape formation was taken, runners started the third stage on an unusual cloudy day. Three big sand dunes were expecting them but the runners took advantage of the cool weather...

The second day of Oman Desert Marathon started with briefing early in the morning, runners were informed of what to expect in the course, and they were reminded to follow the flags along the course. What it seemed to be a slow morning, as the...

One of the most common mistakes of newbies of staged races is to participate to one of those events without having tested correctly the feeding strategy, or to choose the food as if they do for a non stop race. Staged races are different, and...

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