Tom Robertshaw kisses the postbox marking the end of the 298km HK4TUC. Carr believes Robertshaw’s experience stands him in good stead for the never ending Big Boar’s Backyard Ultra. Photo: Lloyd Belcher Tom Robertshaw kisses the postbox marking the end of the 298km HK4TUC. Carr believes Robertshaw’s experience stands him in good stead for the never ending Big Boar’s Backyard Ultra. Photo: Lloyd Belcher
Tom Robertshaw kisses the postbox marking the end of the 298km HK4TUC. Carr believes Robertshaw’s experience stands him in good stead for the never ending Big Boar’s Backyard Ultra. Photo: Lloyd Belcher
Mary Hui
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Trail Mix by Mary Hui

Big Boar’s Backyard Ultra brings the race with no end to Hong Kong and a golden ticket for the winner to take on the US original

  • Runners complete a 6.7km loop every hour for as long as they can keep moving and the last person standing wins
  • The quicker they finish the loop, the longer they have before starting the next one

Tom Robertshaw kisses the postbox marking the end of the 298km HK4TUC. Carr believes Robertshaw’s experience stands him in good stead for the never ending Big Boar’s Backyard Ultra. Photo: Lloyd Belcher Tom Robertshaw kisses the postbox marking the end of the 298km HK4TUC. Carr believes Robertshaw’s experience stands him in good stead for the never ending Big Boar’s Backyard Ultra. Photo: Lloyd Belcher
Tom Robertshaw kisses the postbox marking the end of the 298km HK4TUC. Carr believes Robertshaw’s experience stands him in good stead for the never ending Big Boar’s Backyard Ultra. Photo: Lloyd Belcher
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