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. 

Register here

How it works

  1. 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.
  2. Teams allocate the 8 numbered 60 minute slots to specific team members.   
  3. Teams choose their own route, and team members can run their relay stages anywhere in the world in these 60 minute slots.
  4. The team with the most miles wins.
  5. Distances are tracked by your watch or device, sent to and logged by us.
  6. Teams can include team members from different locations. 
  7. Teams with any number of participants from 1 to 8 can join.  
  8. Registration involves an AU$50 donation per runner with funds going directly to our charity partner Bali Children Foundation.
  9. We ask teams to strive to hit a fundraising target of AU$1000 or above.   
  10. BHU-X begins at 2pm GMT / 9PM SGT / 12PM GMT+10 on Saturday, November 21 2020, ending at 10:15pm GMT
  11. We will be hosting a live Zoom stream for all participants throughout BHU-X


What to do now.

  1. Register as a team captain here
  2. Sign-up your teammates or get other teams involved.  
  3. We will be in touch.
  4. Spread the word & start fundraising.