Published on Thursday 22 September 2022
When entering a trail race online it can be daunting to understand just how difficult the route might be. In order to help you gauge the level of challenge we have created a Maverick route rating scale
Published on Tuesday 12 April 2022
We know that a healthy mind is just as important as a healthy body, but should that thinking be limited to humans?
Published on Tuesday 5 April 2022
To ensure you can keep running comfortably and safely for years to come, today’s post is all about how to protect your skin while doing the sport you love
Published on Tuesday 15 March 2022
We are very excited to introduce a brand new event for 2022, with three unique trail running routes through the heart of the spectacular Forest of Dean.
Published on Monday 25 October 2021 · Elyse Fletcher
Elyse breaks down the reasons why returning to running after child birth is not the same as returning after an injury
Published on Tuesday 18 August 2020
Long time Maverick runner Ben Wood has written the following blog / review on our Original Dorset event, which was held on 15th August.
Published on Thursday 6 August 2020
It's great to have some of our Mavericks writing content for us about our events, as it's always fab to hear people's views and experiences.
Published on Monday 20 July 2020
Regardless of who you are and over how many days you tackle it, 100km is a pretty long way. Its 950 football pitches
Published on Wednesday 1 April 2020
The current lockdown situation of COVID-19 is quickly causing havoc among multiple aspects of our daily lives.
Published on Friday 31 January 2020
One of the central values to Maverick is to enjoy the outdoors in a way that is sustainable for years to come...
Published on Friday 19 July 2019
Emma has allowed us to share her Peak District Race Review with you all on her own Blog site.
Published on Wednesday 27 February 2019
Last weekend on the Maverick social feeds there was a Maverick Trail division take over as E, Bajan and Spenny took on the Lake District.
Published on Monday 24 September 2018
Vertical kilometer (VK) races are really quite simple. It generally involves running to the top of a big hill.
Published on Tuesday 3 April 2018
TheÂ inov-8Â STORMSHELL men's running jacket is designed for lightweight racing and intense training runs in wet conditions
Published on Thursday 25 January 2018
As the Official Hydration Partner of Maverick Race, our job atÂ Precision HydrationÂ is to help you make sure you get that last one right
Published on Monday 22 January 2018
A 12 week training plan for the Maverick Race Series 8km, 17km and 22km on April 14 2018.Â
Published on Wednesday 25 October 2017
The Mourne Mountains in Ireland are not well known. A small, crumpled clutch of mountains tucked into the east coast of Ireland,
Published on Tuesday 3 October 2017
I headed down to the beautiful grounds of Groombridge Place to take part inÂ The inov-8
Published on Wednesday 20 September 2017
After 10 hours of tag-teaming driving through France we arrived at our campsite and home for the next 10 days in Chamonix,
Published on Thursday 7 September 2017
A 4-day adventure. 180km, 10000m of vertical ascent. Two slightly broken men, content, satisfied and still smiling. MISSION ACCOMPLISHED
Published on Thursday 10 August 2017
Bobotov kuk is not a mountain many are familiar with, but neither is the Durmitor National Park. Having arrived in Montenegro
Published on Monday 19 June 2017
Transylvania - the region in Romania where the Carpathian mountain range nestles next to medieval castles
Published on Friday 10 February 2017
Iâ€™ve now put 400 miles in these shoes and ran in this shoe at the Dorset CTS Ultra. My first ultra-marathon at 33 miles
Published on Thursday 12 January 2017
The uKhahlamba Drakensberg National Park in South Africa was declared a World Heritage site in 2000, and itâ€™s not hard to see why.
Published on Friday 16 December 2016
Having enjoyed a successful year in 2016,Â Maverick RaceÂ has now joined forces with trail running powerhouse
Published on Monday 5 December 2016
2016 was always going to a big year for running, as someone who only does marathons in even years (London 2012 and Melbourne 2014),
Published on Thursday 1 December 2016
In January I took my christmassy lardy bum to Trailscape to run my first half marathon of the year. I had a sore ankle and a hangover.