On the Run: one target, two chasers, 48 hours to get from A to B without getting caught. Who is cunning enough to outsmart two professional chasers?
Jay Jay, a former rugby player, has 48 hours to get from Prado harbour to Cunday, about 60km north. His route will take him over water and bumpy dirt roads.
In the second episode of On the Run Ash Bardwaj from the UK tries to outsmart two professional chasers; Ben Major and Ewan Ross.
The Colombian capital of Bogotá is the setting for a 48 hour manhunt. Dutchman Jay Jay Boske has to plant his flag on top of the Monserrate monestary.
Aquitania, Colombia; the perfect setting for a manhunt that will last a maximum of 48 hours featuring previous runner Ash Bardwaj.
Today American tv presenter Zay Harding challenges the two former British military specialists; Ben Major and Ewan Ross.
The beautiful coastline of Ecuador serves as a backdrop for today’s manhunt. The race starts in Cojimies and finishes near the village of La Mancha.
Amidst the Spanish Alpujarras mountains lies Ronda where today’s manhunt takes place. US tv presenter Zay Harding has an insatiable appetite for adventure.
Today’s challenger is Amy Hughes from the UK. She is 28-year-old athlete in peak physical condition. Amy will have to outsmart two professional chasers.
In Spain’s Sierra Nevada lies the town of Órgiva, a perfect place for a manhunt. Today’s challenger is 41-year old Zay Harding from Los Angeles, USA.
Today’s challenger is 28-year-old Amy Hughes from the United Kingdom. She claims to outsmart two former British military specialists; Ben Major and Ewan Ross.
Malaga’s labyrinth of ancient highways make it the perfect backdrop for a two-day cat and mouse game. Today’s challenger is the Zay Harding from the USA.
The village of Ecuador’s Tabacundo hosts the start of this series final manhunt. The challenger for this episode is Amy Hughes, a British 28-year-old athlete.