The Vitality Bath Half Marathon or the Bath Half as it is affectionately known, is one of the longest established and most popular city centre road events in the UK. The course itself is fast and flat making it suitable for all abilities for beginners whose key objective is to complete the course, to more regular long-distance event runners, looking to beat their personal best time. It covers a two lap 13.1 mile (21.1km) traffic-free course straddling both sides of the River Avon. The race starts and finishes in Great Pulteney Street, in the heart of the World Heritage City of Bath.
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The Wiltshire 10 is a road race that is sponsored by the Wiltshire Times, starting from the King George V Playing Fields in Melksham over a certified Ten Mile course. The route follows a gently undulating course through rural Wiltshire and loops around the historic village of Lacock before following the River Avon back to the finish in Melksham.
comforting reward of a luxury Hot Chocolate at the finish line.
What greater motivation is there to get out there and be active?
Achieve your fitness goals and enjoy a fun challenge this winter in a town or city near you run, jog or walk our 5km route (all levels, ages and speeds are welcome). Enter as an individual or why not get your family and friends involved too, run as a team and join the party!
When you cross the finish line, youll receive a Run for Chocolate finishers medal and a well deserved mug of Hot Chocolate (sprinkles optional!)
So, rally your friends, family or work colleagues and make Run for Chocolate part of your Bucket List!
The Imber Ultra Marathon is a trail run of approximately 33 miles. It starts at the Leighton Recreation Centre in the town of Westbury at the north west of the Imber Ranges.
Over the first couple of miles runners ascend the escarpment of Salisbury Plain, then follow the Imber Range Perimeter Path in an anti clockwise direction.
In the first 10 miles they pass round the town of Warminster and a number of iron age hill forts on footpaths. Then they run on metalled roads, bridleways and tracks east then north.
On the way they pass through some of the most remote parts of southern England, apart from a German village around the halfway mark! The final 10 miles are westward along the north side of the training area. Here the going is good on roads or big tracks, but it will be against the usually prevailing wind to add to the challenge. The final couple of miles include the biggest descent of the day, back to the finish at the Leighton Recreation Centre.
The Wadworth Brewery Sportive starts at the wonderful victorian brewery situated right in the heart of Wiltshire. The sportive takes you through the beautiful North Wessex Down, an area of outstanding natural beauty, along winding country lanes and past stunning little villages. This Sportive has two distances of 25 and 50 miles to accommodates all abilities!
Mega Sprint Distance triathlon, set in the glorious Stourhead National Trust estate. But dont be fooled, this is a tough and challenging event that will surely test even the fittest and fastest triathletes. Immortal Sport has secured exclusive use of this iconic venue.
This tough and challenging race will start off with a 900m swim in the large lake, followed a by a beautiful and fast 18-mile ride through the Wiltshire, Somerset, and Dorset counties, before finishing in a 4.5-mile run!
Become Immortal on the 12th May 2019.
The Immortal Middle Distance triathlon returns to the Iconic Stourhead Estate in Wiltshire. The superb venue guarantees fantastic facilities and breath-taking scenery. Your supporters have no excuse not to join you in celebrating your Immortal Triumph!
Who will be brave enough to challenge for the Triple Crown? Only the most hardened athletes will endeavour to complete all 3 elements over the weekend 10K, Mega Sprint and Middle Distance to secure a place in the Triple Crown Hall of Fame.
Please note - For participating in "Triple Crown" which consist all 3 races (10K, Mega Sprint and Middle/Half Distance), it will cost 220.
If you want to participate in 10K, Mega Sprint or Middle/Half Distance separately then please check the links below:
10K race - https://www.letsdothis.com/e/immortal-10k-99954
Mega Sprint - https://www.letsdothis.com/e/immortal-megasprint-66744
Middle/Half Distance - https://www.letsdothis.com/e/immortal-half-stourhead-99946
Immortal Triathlons have enjoyed great success at Stourhead in recent years. We all know not everyone is up for a swim, and maybe cycling is not your thing. In 2018 the event sold out and over 220 Immortal athletes were unleashed on the Immortal 10k route with great results, and for 2019 we are hoping that you will be up for the challenge once more!
Enjoying the same fantastic finish line experience outside Stourhead House, the route will take in many of the stunning sights and views around Stourhead Estate and adjoining forestry. We cannot pretend this is an easy route, but to earn the right to become Immortal, it has to be tough.
Around 50% of the route is on really quiet closed country lanes, with the remainder on forest tracks and trails. With a total of 770ft/235m of climbing
The race will be a mass start, under the Stone Arch of the driveway to the house, at the 10am on Saturday 11th May 2019. Running through Stourton village, then past the Lakes before taking a right turn crossing a dam before starting the run for the trees. In early May the flora and fauna is guaranteed spectacular, and the sights and smells will distract you from the shift you are putting in!
The loop through the forest takes in some beautiful clearings and pasture before returning to the Dam which supports the lake, under the Stone Arch before returning through the village and onto the driveway to receive the respect and applause from the gathered spectators and families. A fantastic medal and a technical t-shirt will ensure the race stays long in the memory.
Based at Wincanton Sports Centre, this event is perfect for novices and experienced athletes. Starting at 8.00a.m. at the Sports Centres fantastic indoor 4-lane 25m pool, a 400m (16 lengths) swim will be followed by a scenic yet challenging, a bike course that will take athletes on a 27km undulating route that includes some of the beautiful villages and countryside of South Somerset. The final challenge is a multi-terrain 5km run.
This early autumn run is the Minchinhampton 10Ks little sister, run on quiet country lanes in and around the picturesque Cotswold village of Bisley. This event, is accurately measured and although contains a few short steep hills and a few minor undulations it is still a reasonably quick course.
There is also a 5k run with a 24 minute time restriction entry (if youre quicker than this, you cant run it).
The Weston Super Half will set off from Marine Parade at the entrance to The Grand Pier. It will take in the glorious sites of Weston-super-Mare and the surrounding picturesque Somerset villages and countryside in this single lap, closed road, fast and flat (ish) half marathon event. And the pice de rsistance, a totally unique opportunity to finish quarter of a mile out to sea on Weston's Grand Pier.