DEFINITION

The Trans Europe Footrace is the longest race in Europe.

This race is the crossing of Europe, from Lisbon to Moscow in 2003, from Bari to North Cape in 2009, from Skagen to Gibraltar in 2012.

It is an individual ultramarathon in stages, its distance total is about 2838 miles (4567 km) on 64 stages, which represents an average daily of 44.3 miles (71.4 km) with no rest days.

The regulation requires to run at a minimum average speed of 3.73 mi/h (6 km/h), this is the cut-off.

There is a general standings accumulated by accumulation of the times of every stage.

Organised by Ingo Schulze (Germany).

Website of this race : Transeuropalauf.de and : Transeurope-footrace.org

Website of the organizer : Ischulze.de

Trans Europe palmarès
 

STATISTICS

All Trans Europe Footrace :

3 races

160 Finishers - 95 Finishers - 77 Names

59,4% of success / 40,6% of relinquishment

  • 2012
  • 2009
  • 2003

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