Your chance to win a male or female Compressport Ultrun Pack – you could be one of two lucky winners

Last updated: 10-Dec-17

By Kathryn Bullock

You have two chances to win a Compressport Ultrun Pack in our prize draw. 

These popular lightweight running packs designed with zero pressure points are specifically developed for running without chafing or pressure on sensitive points, with front and side mesh pockets.

The pack allows for removal of the water bottle without removing the pack and easy to reach pockets for quick and easy nutrition storage.  You can store up to 4 litres of water on the pack which is handy for runners doing long ultra runs.

Anyone who posts a race review on our race pages is automatically entered into our prize draw and the more race reviews you post the greater your chances of winning.

How to win

To enter is simple – just post a race review on one of our race pages between now and Tuesday 19 December 2017.

That’s it. See our Ts and Cs so you know how you can have the best chance to win and when we’ll pick and announce a winner.

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Runners who have completed at least one ultra in last 6 months or are doing long distance running (>26 miles) regularly, with elevation shown.

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