into ultra was started and is run by a group of runners who share a love of ‘going long’ as well as a desire to improve inclusivity in ultrarunning and help more under-represented groups get to the start line. As we grow we are looking for others with different ideas, perspectives and skills. If you share our vision and would like to join the team please contact us.
aka ‘ultradamo’ is a tea-powered GB ultrarunner who likes the long and lumpy stuff with a Spine win, 1st UTMR, 5th UTMB, a Barkley Marathons fun run and several FKTs across the UK’s hills and mountains. In between he’s a coach, journalist, author and most recently co-founder of The Green Runners.
is a co-founder, race director and coach with Camino Ultra. Based in London, Camino and Paula are passionate about improving diversity in ultrarunning by inspiring and attracting new people to try trail running and ultras by offering taster courses, curating new routes and providing support and advice. Paula is also event director of her local junior parkrun and an ultrarunner.
first love was walking and mountaineering in Iran where she grew up. Now living in London with her two boys, but without 5,000m+ peaks she gets her outdoor fix through rock climbing and long trail and mountain runs. She is an active member of Maverick Run Project and The Green Runners with an interest in sport psychology and performance.
has been ultrarunning for almost 20 years completing many of the world’s best known ultras and representing GB twice. For the last 12 years he has also run Centurion Running who have put on 98 (and counting) ultra races and have a team of eight coaches. He also has a number of side hustles including being Trail Running Association (TRA) chair and managing the La Sportiva and Petzl UK running teams.
is getting slower with age but trying to compensate by increasing the distance of his running. After getting into ultras with back to back Comrades he has developed a passion for trails and distance. A lawyer by profession with a lifelong commitment to diversity in work, sport and society
was a latecomer to ultrarunning but has slowly crawled his way up to being a mid/back-pack runner finishing many gnarly multi-day races in the UK and Alps but also with an impressive collection of DNFs too. No GB vest or FKT but has small corner in the record books of being only person (foolish enough) to complete the Spine and Arc of Attrition back-to-back.