Thames Path 100

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Richmond, GB
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THE TP100 IS A 100 MILE CONTINUOUS TRAIL RACE ALONG THE THAMES PATH FROM LONDON TO OXFORD. TOTAL CLIMB: 1900 FEET. 7TH ANNUAL.

The 100 mile course is a marked point to point race which takes runners from Richmond in South West London to the centre of Oxford. The course follows the meandering route of the Thames against it's flow and is flat and fast with the majority on groomed paths/ trails and paved pathway. There are some truly stunning sections of the route showing off the best of English riverside scenery and life on the Thames. Held Under official UKA Permit granted through the Trail Running Association

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  1. Race Name: Ultramarathon

    • Run 100mi
    • Elev Gain 1,900ft
    Race Date: Sat 5 May 2018

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