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  • Double Olympian Chema Martines won the Gobi March 2014 is very impressive style. Follow in his footsteps and participate in this incredible race.
    Last Updated: Oct 20, 2014
  • Double Olympian Chema Martinez of Spain takes overall victory at Atacama Crossing 2014. An amazing effort by Hong Kong based Emily Woodland lead her to victory in the women's category and an overall finish of 5th place!
    Last Updated: Oct 13, 2014
  • The race is live! Follow all the action from Atacama Crossing 2014!!!
    Last Updated: Oct 06, 2014
  • ``If you observe a really happy man you will find him building a boat, writing a symphony, educating his son, growing double dahlias in his garden or looking for dinosaur eggs in the Gobi desert..."(W. Beran Wolfe). Come and see what relics you can find in this wondrous location!
    Last Updated: Sep 29, 2014
  • Photos from the previous editions of The Gobi March are all pretty incredible. Those from the previous editions in the Hami region are arguably the most spectacular however. The Gobi March 2015 returns to Hami and promises to be an amazing experience for competitors, volunteers, and staff alike.
    Last Updated: Sep 15, 2014
  • We select 4 Deserts volunteers from around the globe to make up the best volunteer teams in the sporting world. View the volunteer application now...
    Last Updated: Sep 08, 2014
  • View the current competitor list with competitor names, nationalities and charities. Who will be next on the list?
    Last Updated: Sep 02, 2014
  • Ryan Sandes returns to the 7th Roving Race amid dazzling landscape as competitors from 43 nations descend on Madagascar's northern tip...
    Last Updated: Aug 29, 2014
  • The 4 Deserts Pressroom is always updated with recent news articles, Press Releases and more...
    Last Updated: Aug 25, 2014
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   July 16, 2014
Five things I learned running my first multi-stage ultramarathon - the 155-mile, seven day Gobi March.

   July 15, 2014
My race started on the fourth day. We’d already run 70 miles over three stages - through the stifling heat of the Gobi Desert; scrambling down and up ...

   April 19, 2013
Sharing the experience of the winning company - RacingThePlanet Ltd use Internet to expand overseas business.

   April 23, 2013
More and more women from the financial sector participate in ultra-marathons.

   April 22, 2013
Natalia Watkins, a 40-year-old Hong Kong-based executive for HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA), knows about endurance.

   April 22, 2013
Natalia Watkins, a 40-year-old Hong Kong-based executive for HSBC Holdings Plc (HSBA), knows about endurance.

   December 5, 2012
Australia's Born To Run team has completed the Four Deserts Grand Slam, crossing the Sahara, Atacama, Gobi and Antarctic deserts together.

   November 28, 2012
While obesity rates soar in the developed world and we live an ever more sedentary lifestyle, the flip side to this health time bomb is the paradox th...

   December 12, 2012
The legendary ultramarathoner tells us why he blames his little habit on tequila, and that he’d be all in for a marathon in outer space—but also that ...

   December 1, 2012
Millions of people dream of traveling more when they retire, but it’s a safe bet that few would approach their leisure years like Len Stanmore.

Sun Mercury


The Gobi Desert is the windiest non-polar desert in the world. The 10th anniversary course will take competitors over 250 kilometers of terrain in northwestern Xinjiang Province. The area is known for the colorful culture of its ethnic minorities and for Genghis Khan, founder of the Mongol empire.



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