1. Sign Up System
Please register online to secure your place – you will be asked at the checkout to provide all the required information.
2. Registration Rules when you arrive at the event
All entrants must sign in, register and collect their race numbers, and race timing chips by 8am on Saturday morning. These will not be posted out before the event. Your “Disclaimers” will be sent out to you prior to the start of the event, and you will need to present these completed documents at registration.
3. Race Timings
Day 1 – the race will begin at 8.00am on Saturday with a staggered start (you are electronically timed, so your position here will not affect the final result). You must be able to complete 31 miles within 12 hours
Day 2 – the race will begin at 7am on Sunday with a staggered start (you are electronically timed, so your position here will not affect the final result). You must be able to complete 36 miles within 13 hours
For the 8km, 5km, and 1km Race, the race will begin at the allotted time – fastest runner in your category wins!
4. Results for 12 and 24 Hour Race
There is a male category and a female category. All entrants are electronically chip timed, so irrespective of your start time, the fastest person in each category wins! All entrants will receive a medal, and at the end of the two days both results will be combined to establish the overall event first, second and third placed entrants in both categories, who will receive trophies.
To confirm, the winners will be established based on who has completed the two days in the combined fastest times in both the male and female categories.
5. General Race Rules
Every participant in the event must wear a race number at all times. You must advise us before the event if you have any medical conditions or allergies we should be aware of, and also write these details on the back of your race number.
All participants must carry a light in their day packs on both days in case of being out after dark. You can carry your torch, but we strongly recommend a head torch. Please make sure your torch is fully charged or you have spare batteries.
Cheaters are not welcome in this race! Anybody caught taking short cuts, cutting corners, substituting unregistered runners and any other forms of cheating will be instantly disqualified..
All participants must agree to make as little noise as possible between 11.00pm and 7.00am, this is the event “quiet time” and people wanting to sleep must be allowed to do so.
The timing for the event will be carried out by an independent and outsourced professional chip timing company. Run101 Ltd will not be responsible for timing of the event. We will be posting timing updates at various locations around the runners village and also on our website so you can check your position via your mobile phone.
6. In case of a medical emergency on the course
If you see another runner on the course who is in distress, it is your responsibility to stop and help this other runner. If you run past somebody who is in serious medical difficulty without offering to help, you will be disqualified from the event. We will have trained medics at the start finish area, and a mobile response team on the course at all times over the race period. If you see another participant in distress it is your responsibility to raise the alarm and contact your nearest race steward who will radio for help.