Hong Kong runner Law Chor-kin passing the ruins of Kunlun Fortress, 60km into the Ultra Gobi last year. Photo: Florian Pertsch

With 400km non-stop Ultra Gobi race, China pushes boundaries of extreme endurance

Crossing a desert where temperatures can go from 30 degrees Celsius by day to minus 15 at night, the race is open to just 50 runners; it is ‘the most difficult race I ever took part in’, says a Hongkonger who’s run it in 108-plus hours

Topic |   Outdoor & Extreme: Trail Running

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Hong Kong runner Law Chor-kin passing the ruins of Kunlun Fortress, 60km into the Ultra Gobi last year. Photo: Florian Pertsch
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