APRIL 20, 2024

The Tortola Torture is open to individuals, 2-person, and 3-person relay teams. It’s a 33.74 mile (54km) ultramarathon that circumnavigates Tortola with only 22% on the flat and the rest on hot and humid hills with 12,000 feet of elevation change. The steepest gradient is 33.33%. It has 6,587 feet of climbing over 12.8 miles, and 13.1 miles of descent. There is only 7.5 miles of flat running for the entire course.

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Mourant Ring Of Fire Ends In Photo Finish

The Mourant Ring Of Fire on Sunday ended with a photo finish as Jermaine “JJ” Ricketts and Sam Thompson sprinted downhill to the finish in Brewer’s Bay; JJ won the race by a hair. They completed the race 7.78 mile to Sage Mountain and back in 1:09:17. Michael Killourhy was third in 1:11:24. Sam and…

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David Lim Takes 2023 Tortola Torture In Third Fastest Time Ever

Seventeen individual runners completed the 34-mile 2023 Tortola Torture with David Lim winning in a time of 4 hours and 53 minutes, giving him a top three ranking for finish times since the race started in 2015. Michelle Slade, won the ladies division with a time of 7 hours and 53 minute

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Julius Farley Takes KPMG West End Wobbler For Clean Sweep In Tortola Torture Triple.

Julius Farley (2:00:21.4) won the KPMG West End Wobbler on March 5, to make it a clean sweep for the three-race Tortola Torture Triple. Julius made easy work of the 13.48 mile race. With 10,600 feet of elevation change the course took runners from Little Apple Bay around Steele Point and up to Sage Mountain and back.

Say What?

Say What?

tj-hindes

Dropping out of the race a couple years ago has been burning a small hole in me since it happened.  I put in the miles and felt like I was trained finally and was able to come back and compete.  I had no real goal, I just planned to go out and walk the ups and run everything else, winning turned out to be a bonus. I really love coming out and making a little vacation out of the race. Richard and everyone does such a great job organizing and making everyone appreciate the achievement of finishing this thing. Huge props to everyone, I look forward to coming back.

TJ Hindes

2019 Winner

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What a great day! From the breezes and sunrise in the early morning, to the friendly and helpful aid stations, to the fun finish line party. What a great event that I’ll definitely be back for! I mean, there were moments of pure torture, but the views made it all worth it!

Thanks for a great day! Really fun!

Allison Janusziewicz

2019 Ladies Winner

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A screaming hot adventure through the winding roads of Tortola Island. The steep ascents and descents combined with the beautiful blue water views will leave you breathless. This is a bucket list race that will be one you will remember for the rest of your life!

Avery Collins

2018 Winner & New Record Holder

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If you consider yourself a runner of any distance from 5k to ultra this race needs to be on your radar for next year.  Vacation in Tortola, go on a once in a lifetime run around the island, then spend the rest of the day celebrating at the finish line. A destination race that can’t be topped.

Sabrina Stanley

2018 Ladies Winner

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After that easy 10, the race begins a series of relentless, incredibly steep, and constant series of climbs and descents, that systemically squash your soul. And, this goes on until the very last mile.

Christian Griffith

Run2Heal

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It was probably the best organised race that I have ever ran anywhere in the world.

Ishwar Persad