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Transylvania 100 awarded 3 qualifying points for the Ultra Tour de Mont Blanc

by Press Release
Monday 20th January 2014

Race news: Transylvania 100 - May 17, 2014

The organisers of the Transylvania 100, a new mountain ultra which crosses one of most beautiful and mysterious regions of eastern Europe, have announced that the race has been awarded qualifying points for the Ultra Tour de Mont Blanc - 3 points for our 100k race, and 1 point for the recently added 50k race.

The event has already seen entries from runners in Germany, France, USA, Belgium, Brazil and England, and it is expected that the UTMB qualifying points will increase the numbers of entries pretty quickly, and will add to the international field.

The addition of the 50k race (solo only) provides the opportunity for runners wanting to try an ultra for the first time, as well as giving a shorter (but still tough!) option to those less experienced in mountain navigation.

Entries are available to solo runners and teams-of-two, with prizes in both categories.

Transylvania 100 - May 17, 2014

For more informaton check out www.transylvania100k.com and Facebook 


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