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2020 event postponed. We are looking for a suitable new date in the latter part of the year, but while the situation is changing so quickly, we don’t want to fix a new date which may have to change again. These are extraordinary times. We will send regular updates until there is more certainty. All entries will automatically roll over into the new date.Read More
Globe-trotting trail runner David Kilgore, 27, will be taking on the 2020 KPMG Tortola Torture a 34-mile ultramarathon in the British Virgin Islands.Read More
Jules Potgieter and Sergio Dantas put in great efforts in today’s Wings For Life World Run. Globally over 81,496 runners took part. Sergio was 8,342 overall having run 23.88km in just over 2 hours before he was caught by the Catcher Car; Jules was 8,508 having covered 23.74km before she was caught – and 1,096…Read More
Runners from the British and US Virgin Islands duked it out in the mens and ladies divisions. The US Virgin Islands won this year’s event with TJ Hindes from St John taking the mens with a time of 04:54:33.8, while Allison Janusziewicz from St Croix took the ladies in 06:08:54.10.Read More
A record 44 individuals are set to compete in the 2019 KPMG Tortola Torture. These 29 men and 17 women will joined on the course by 6 2-person and 11 3-person teams.Read More
TICO, the official Red Bull distributor for BVI, will send the top male and female BVI resident finishers of this year´s KPMG Tortola Torture to compete in the Wings for Life World Run (WFLWR) in Sunrise, Florida on May 5, 2019. The WFLWR is a global charity event which takes place in 222 cities and…Read More
Congratulations to the 28 potential Torturers that took part in yesterday’s (January 26, 2019) Ring Of Fire which started and finished at Brewer’s Bay bridge on a reasonably hot afternoon! 4.72 miles, 1500 feet up, 1500 feet down and won by Neil Riley with a time of 37 minutes and 19 seconds.Read More
Avery Collins from Steamboat Springs, Colorado, set a new record in the 4th annual KPMG Tortola Torture, a 34-mile ultramarathon in the British Virgin Islands. With a time of 4 hours, 35 minutes and 47 seconds, Avery took a handsome 9 minutes and 18 seconds off Eric Senseman’s 2016 record-setting time (04:45:05).Read More
A record 118 runners have signed up for the 2018 KPMG Tortola Torture. This year sees 47 individuals, 12 two-person and 17 three-person teams on the entry list. The number of individuals and two-person teams has doubled over last year.
Twenty six of this year’s competitors are from overseas: 11 from USA, 8 from St Croix, 6 from Puerto Rico, 3 from Turks & Caicos, 2 from the UK, and 1 from Trinidad & Tobago.