A team relay endurance event happening on 21 November as part of the Bali Hope Challenge
What is BHU-X
BHU-X, inspired by The Speed Project, is a virtual team relay event taking place at 2pm GMT Saturday, November 21 as part of the Bali Hope Challenge.
At that time a relay team in Bali are taking on the route of the Bali Hope Ultra - an overnight 84km coast-to-coast double marathon.
We invite other teams to join BHU-X virtually from around the world.
How it works
- Teams have 8 hours and 15 minutes (the current Bali Hope Ultra record set by the Australian endurance athlete Sean Bell) to run as many miles as possible in relay.
- Teams allocate the 8 numbered 60 minute slots to specific team members.
- Teams choose their own route, and team members can run their relay stages anywhere in the world in these 60 minute slots.
- The team with the most miles wins.
- Distances are tracked by your watch or device, sent to and logged by us.
- Teams can include team members from different locations.
- Teams with any number of participants from 1 to 8 can join.
- Registration involves an AU$50 donation per runner with funds going directly to our charity partner Bali Children Foundation.
- We ask teams to strive to hit a fundraising target of AU$1000 or above.
- BHU-X begins at 2pm GMT / 9PM SGT / 12PM GMT+10 on Saturday, November 21 2020, ending at 10:15pm GMT
- We will be hosting a live Zoom stream for all participants throughout BHU-X