Ultra Trail Running in Madagascar
Experience Running an Ultra in Madagascar
With a 28 years of proven experience in touristic area and sport event too, Boogie Events offers a innovative ultra trail running event.
In July 2016, our 1st edition of Racing Madagascar for an Ultra Trail running of 150km in 6 days with 23 entrants from all around the world, opened the gates. Diego Suarez region in the north of Madagascar is a wonderful playground, varied and amazing.
We associate trail running elites, our expertise as Tour Operator and a long term view in Madagascar for over 25 years. Having be the official partner for 1993 Raid Gauloises, for mountain bikes events (Red Island Race), or for Racing The Planet 2014 in Madagascar, Boogie Events launches this unique race : Racing Madagascar Ultra Trail Running.
For the third edition in 2018, Racing Madagascar targets trail runners, with endurance and speed, willing to associate our 3 core values: Touristic discovering, sport challenge and social-sustainable behavior.
With our dedicated supporter package, Racing Madagascar offers you to include you family, your friends or any acquaintances to share the experience from the inside all along the race.
Stages from 10 to 42 kms with different height levels, will allow to anyone to challenge with both Malagasy and Foreign runners during an ultra trail running race. Runners must carry their mandatory equipment during the race but drop off bags will be handled by logistics from camp to camp, allowing you to fully enjoy your race!
From the safety side, checkpoints will be dispatched every 10 to 15km with water supply, medical staff, communication means and evacuation vehicle.
Below some key points about the race:
- 150km, 1 270D+, 1 690D-
- 6 days: 20km / 26km / 27,1km / 41,8km / 28,2km / 7kms = 150,1km
- Traditional villages, natural wonders and withe sand beaches on your way
- Nights and dinners in our comfortable camps
- Time cut offs: Our race is open to beginners, with time cut offs from 2 to 11 hours per stage.
- Entry limit: 100 runners
- Qualifying Race for UTMB (4 points)