Run The World
1st – 30th September
Stage Four - Asia and the Far East
Stage Four picks out route back in Sydney, Australia, where Stage Three came to an end. Spanning 23,941km, stage four sees us finally reach the shores of the United States as we make our way through Asia and Far Eastern Russia and cross Bering Strait, the narrowest point of sea between Russia and the US at just 51 miles wide.
Along the way of course there'll be plenty of amazing places that we'll be running past, including The Great Barrier Reef and The Great Wall of China. In fact Stage Four is probably one of our most picturesque yet as we run past the largest temple complex in the world in Cambodia, the Terracotta Army in China, as well as visit some of the most remote parts of the world in Siberia.
The finish line for Stage Four is high atop the mighty mountain, Denali, North America's highest peak at over 6000m in the state of Alaska.
Our team tracking map will be updated regularly so that you can see just how far the ‘Run The World’ team has made it around the route at any given time. As we progress, the landmarks below will light up to mark our achievements as we go. Please note that activity uploads are not instantaneous. Your personal total should update relatively quickly, but the team total (and the live progress map) will only refresh every few hours.
Stage Five sees us run round Canada, the USA and South America before we turn tail and head back to the UK on the final stage six.