The Dacia UTMB Mont-Blanc is the world’s biggest and most revered trail running event. First held in 2003, it shaped what the UTMB World Series is all about – passionate people who share the mountainous spirit.
Held across three countries in the heart of the Alps – France, Italy, Switzerland, the prestigious UTMB World Series Finals are held in the 3 key races of the Dacia UTMB-Mont Blanc: the OCC (50K), CCC (100K) and UTMB (100M) every year at the end of August. Qualification is only possible through competing in a UTMB World Series event.
An iconic event in trail running, the UTMB race is the ultimate final of the UTMB World Series in the 100M category. For runners, it is the culmination of a quest to surpass one’s limits, where sporting moments are turned into life-long memories. Accessible to both amateurs and elite runners who have qualified through a UTMB World Series event, it is the ultimate bucket-list race.
The world's pinnacle 100K race. The CCC race is the 100K category final of the UTMB World Series. It marks the culmination of a quest for ultra-endurance runners, only accessible after collecting Running Stones or by gaining direct entry by winning on the UTMB World Series races.
The premier 50K race crowning the UTMB World Series champion. The ultimate challenge for mid-distance ultra-runners, the OCC is the 50K category final for the UTMB World Series. Access to the OCC is open to all runners with at least one Running Stone and to elites who have qualified directly via the UTMB World Series races.