2013 UltraRunning participation by the numbers UltraRunning Magazine 01/30/2014 UltraRunning Magazine 01/30/2014 2013 saw nearly a 10% jump in the number of racers from 2012. Growth of the Sport 2013 participation by distance 2013 Participation by age 2013 participation by gender FacebookTwitterEmail UltraRunning Magazine You may also like Craig Thornley 12/07/2022 Our Favorite Things: 2022 Gift Guide 12/06/2022 Ultra Weekend Recap — December 4 12/04/2022 What’s Up in Ultra This Weekend — December... 11/30/2022 2023 Western States Contest Winner 11/29/2022 Route 66 Ultrarun: Great Open Spaces 11/29/2022 The JFK 50 Shoe Dilemma 11/29/2022 Western States 100 Lottery: The Positive Side of... 11/28/2022 Review: Xero Mesa Trail II Shoe 11/28/2022 Ultra Weekend Recap — November 27 11/27/2022 4 comments Lief Youngs 01/30/2014 - 9:22 am What is the total compared to ALL runners? Is it growing or is running growing at all distances? symmitchry 01/30/2014 - 11:44 am Good question. I think “all running” is up 4%, according to this link: http://www.runningusa.org/state-of-sport-2013-part-II?returnTo=annual-reports. Todd Sinclair 01/30/2014 - 6:48 pm I am assuming these numbers are finishers (as ‘finishes’ would indicate). Wondering about unique finishers in a distance (or across the board). I did a 100k, and 2×100 milers so I would be counted 3 times in the total and twice in 100 miles? It would be great to see the numbers and get at the growth by race distance and type (road vs. trail). Jono Mervis 02/01/2014 - 8:23 am I would also assume that these are US only stats? The Comrades ultra in 1980 had over 4200 entrants while Two Oceans Ultra (also in SA) would have had around 2000. A large percentage of those who start these two races finish so I would guess more than the 2,890 indicated for that year in South Africa alone. Comments are closed.