The Whole Earth Man V Horse is a marathon that has legendary status amongst nutty endurance runners. As the name suggests, the annual race pits men (and women) against horses, with runners and riders heading out over 21 miles of the challenging terrain of Powys, mid-Wales. It's nuts! It took 25 years before a man finally beat a horse in 2004, with a time of 2hrs and 5mins beating the fastest horse by 2 minutes. His feat was repeated 3 years later, but the horse has remained unbeaten ever since.
|1st||Rheidol Petra - Iola Evans||2:23:13|
|2nd||Londslade Skipper – Colin Moore||2:24:43|
|3rd||Woottonheath Herbie – Mark Adams||2:26:36|
Credit: Dave Pearce - British Triathlon Foundation
The Columbia Threadneedle World Triathlon Leeds 2017 returned to the city for a second time on 10-11 June 2017, representing the pinnacle of triathlon competition in the UK and provided more than 5,000 recreational triathletes with the unique opportunity to compete on much of the same course as the world’s best. Whole Earth are proud to have sponsored this world-class event.