Events in Kingston upon Hull

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MAY24
The Hardmoors 200
Hull, England, United Kingdom

The Hardmoors 200 Ultramarathon will start in Kingston upon Hull and head alongside the River Humber following the Transpennine Trail to reach the start of the beautiful Wolds Way National Trail close to the Humber Bridge at Hessle. It will then follow the Yorkshire Wolds Way for 79 miles along wooded slopes, over hills and through valleys, eventually descending from the northern escarpment to the final section of the Way finishing on the dramatic headland of Filey Brigg and the start of the stunning Cleveland Way National Trail /Hardmoors 110 route.

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The Hardmoors 200

Kingston upon Hull, Hull, UKView event
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The Hardmoors 200 Ultramarathon will start in Kingston upon Hull and head alongside the River Humber following the Transpennine Trail to reach the start of the beautiful Wolds Way National Trail close to the Humber Bridge at Hessle. It will then follow the Yorkshire Wolds Way for 79 miles along wooded slopes, over hills and through valleys, eventually descending from the northern escarpment to the final section of the Way finishing on the dramatic headland of Filey Brigg and the start of the stunning Cleveland Way National Trail /Hardmoors 110 route.

£240 - £242
The Hardmoors 200
MAY12
Pittaway Beverley 10k road race and B&A Scaffolding family fun run

The race starts outside the spectacular twin-towered Beverley Minster, regarded as among one of the finest gothic churches of cathedral size in Europe. It then passes through the medieval North Bar and across the glorious common land on the edge of the town, known as Beverley Westwood, towards the village of Walkington. Runners then return to

Beverleys Market Place and the impressive finish through the towns market square and pedestrianized shopping zone.

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Pittaway Beverley 10k road race and B&A Scaffolding family fun run

Beverley Leisure Centre, Flemingate, Beverley HU17 0LT, UKView event
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The race starts outside the spectacular twin-towered Beverley Minster, regarded as among one of the finest gothic churches of cathedral size in Europe. It then passes through the medieval North Bar and across the glorious common land on the edge of the town, known as Beverley Westwood, towards the village of Walkington. Runners then return to

Beverleys Market Place and the impressive finish through the towns market square and pedestrianized shopping zone.

£4 - £18
Pittaway Beverley 10k road race and B&A Scaffolding family fun run
MAY26
Humber Bridge 10K

One of the Most Striking 10k runs in the East Yorkshire area against the backdrop of the famous Humber Bridge.

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Humber Bridge 10K

106 Redcliff Rd, Hessle HU13 0EY, UKView event
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One of the Most Striking 10k runs in the East Yorkshire area against the backdrop of the famous Humber Bridge.

£18 - £20
Humber Bridge 10K
JUN9
Humber Bridge Sportive

A fun, non-competitive cycle event across the iconic Humber Bridge raising money for opportunities in the local area.

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Humber Bridge Sportive

Hesslewood Country Office Park Ferriby Rd, Hessle HU13 0PD, UKView event
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A fun, non-competitive cycle event across the iconic Humber Bridge raising money for opportunities in the local area.

£8
Humber Bridge Sportive
APR28
Heart Of The Wolds Sportive

Now in its seventh year, The Heart of the Wolds Cycle Sportive is firmly established as one of the best cycle sportives in Yorkshire.

Starting off from the historic market town of Driffield, all the routes take in the unrivaled scenery of the Yorkshire Wolds. This years event takes place on Sunday 28 April 2019.

This year we will once again offer our Centurion ride, aimed at those riders who want to push themselves to the limit. This 100 mile (161km) ride is in addition to our 3 established rides (37km / 100km / 134km) which previous entrants will be familiar with and which offer something for each level of cyclist, from beginner looking to get into cycling to a more seasoned rider looking for their next challenge.

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Heart Of The Wolds Sportive

Driffield Showground, Kelleythorpe, Driffield YO25 9DN, UKView event
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Now in its seventh year, The Heart of the Wolds Cycle Sportive is firmly established as one of the best cycle sportives in Yorkshire.

Starting off from the historic market town of Driffield, all the routes take in the unrivaled scenery of the Yorkshire Wolds. This years event takes place on Sunday 28 April 2019.

This year we will once again offer our Centurion ride, aimed at those riders who want to push themselves to the limit. This 100 mile (161km) ride is in addition to our 3 established rides (37km / 100km / 134km) which previous entrants will be familiar with and which offer something for each level of cyclist, from beginner looking to get into cycling to a more seasoned rider looking for their next challenge.

£24.50
Heart Of The Wolds Sportive
JUN8
Inflatable 5k – Hull

Hull here we come! Get ready to experience the ultimate 5k inflatable obstacle run in the UK. The course is packed with the some of the largest and most extreme inflatable obstacles ever created.

10 Gigantic Inflatable Obstacles

Pit your wits against ten giant inflatable obstacles that will let you flip, bounce & boing your way around an incredibly fun 5k course!

1 reviews
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Inflatable 5k – Hull

2 A1174, Beverley HU17 0HL, UKView event
1 review
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Hull here we come! Get ready to experience the ultimate 5k inflatable obstacle run in the UK. The course is packed with the some of the largest and most extreme inflatable obstacles ever created.

10 Gigantic Inflatable Obstacles

Pit your wits against ten giant inflatable obstacles that will let you flip, bounce & boing your way around an incredibly fun 5k course!

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  • Did the 5km in 2018

    Great laugh doing this race, loved it.Only issue I had was that the grass had been cut the day before and as it had rained overnight the obstacles were covered in wet grass and some had puddles on them. One had to be closed as there was so much wet grass and water on it.
£22.50 - £27.50
Inflatable 5k – Hull
MAY19
Meridian East Coast 10 Mile

A 10 mile and back course. Flat and fast with a great Race HQ in a stunning location. The race starts less than two kilometres from the Greenwich Meridian Line, which in 1884, became the Prime Meridian of the World; Longitude 0. Every place on earth is measured in terms of its distance east or west from this line. If you are looking for a photo opportunity a plaque and sign can be found on Welwick Rd just after the Equestrian Centre, to the south-east of Partington village.

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Meridian East Coast 10 Mile

29 Turmarr Rd, Patrington Haven, Patrington, Hull HU12 0QD, UKView event
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A 10 mile and back course. Flat and fast with a great Race HQ in a stunning location. The race starts less than two kilometres from the Greenwich Meridian Line, which in 1884, became the Prime Meridian of the World; Longitude 0. Every place on earth is measured in terms of its distance east or west from this line. If you are looking for a photo opportunity a plaque and sign can be found on Welwick Rd just after the Equestrian Centre, to the south-east of Partington village.

£19 - £21
Meridian East Coast 10 Mile
JUL13
Bubble Rush - Hull
Hull, England, United Kingdom

Bubble Rush is a fun run with a difference - lots of coloured bubbles! You'll start in a sea of foam and then take on four different coloured bubble stations, where foam canons create an incredi-bubble 4ft bubble bath!

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Bubble Rush - Hull

East Park, Holderness Rd, Hull HU8 8JU, UKView event
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Bubble Rush is a fun run with a difference - lots of coloured bubbles! You'll start in a sea of foam and then take on four different coloured bubble stations, where foam canons create an incredi-bubble 4ft bubble bath!

£9 - £18
Bubble Rush - Hull
JUL7
Race For Life 5K & 10K – Hull
Hull, England, United Kingdom

This race is suitable for all abilities. This is thousands uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. This is beating cancer.

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Race For Life 5K & 10K – Hull

Costello Stadium, Hull HU4 6XY, UKView event
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From the organiser

This race is suitable for all abilities. This is thousands uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. This is beating cancer.

£10 - £14.99
Race For Life 5K & 10K – Hull
JUN30
Humber Bridge Half Marathon
12 reviews
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Humber Bridge Half Marathon

Ferriby Rd, Hessle HU13 0LN, UKView event
12 reviews
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  • Did the event in 2018

    At 51 and with the inspiration of my nephew Nick who is more like my little brother I ran this as my first ever official race. Although carrying a groin and hip injury I completed this beautiful scenic run. I have nothing but praise for the event organisation especially the hey smile foundation who did an article on me . Everything about this race was first class.infact I’ve already entered for 2019. 12/10 for me
  • Did the event in 2018

    Ok  - ive done this half a number of years before and its a great course - certainly not flat, but great views over the bridge.Support is brilliant, from start to finish and marshalls are also excellent from start to finish, nice finish area, t shirt and medal and all good.Now the problems and its not addressed every year.Everyone gathers in the starting area prior to race and their is some 4k people, however about 4 loo's between everyone... happened last year and also this year - sort it out - you know how many are coming getting enough loo's. Also its always hot - forget the pointless cups and get some bottles in - the cups dont work.Will be back in 2019..though as overall great race
  • Did the event in 2018

    Well signposted car parks and about a 10 minute walk to the start. We arrived in plenty of time to use the portaloos before it got too busy so no issues there.The start is well organised, though I did find it a little congested as people were waiting with prams and buggies in the start corral, so think that needs addressing next year.  A bit cramped at the start and had to weave in and out but you expect that at most big road races nowadays. On a very hot day there was plenty of water stations, although I just can't drink from cups on the go,so had to stop and take a drink. The route has great variety, well marshalled and well supported too, which made all the difference.  I didn't like having a water station half way up cardiac hill as this made me stop and get a drink on board rather than plod on up the hill.  I'd prefer to see water at the bottom of the hill so it doesn't interfere. I would come again next year, and would bring my own water bottle to avoid the cups, and so I could miss out the cardiac hill water stop.
£26
Humber Bridge Half Marathon
MAY5
North Lincolnshire Half Marathon

After the massive success of the 6th North Lincolnshire Half Marathon, we will be back bigger and better on Sunday 5th Ma. We have taken on board all the feedback and our plans are well and truly revised.

We love working with local community groups and charities to put this race on for you. It gives us the opportunity to financially support these groups, in return for their amazing support out on the course.

12 reviews
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North Lincolnshire Half Marathon

31 Weymouth Cres, Scunthorpe DN17 1TU, UKView event
12 reviews
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From the organiser

After the massive success of the 6th North Lincolnshire Half Marathon, we will be back bigger and better on Sunday 5th Ma. We have taken on board all the feedback and our plans are well and truly revised.

We love working with local community groups and charities to put this race on for you. It gives us the opportunity to financially support these groups, in return for their amazing support out on the course.

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  • Did the event in 2018

    Ok - this is my half marathon race with a pb set a few years ago of 1.38, however this year my wife was running her 1st ever half marathon so I supported her and got her round.2 main factors for this race that I hadnt noticed before.1 - It was hot, I mean crazy crazy hot, when we finish at around 3 hours it was 25 Deg C2 - Marshall support - its a different league they were amazing.Logistics for the race were perfect as ever.Got to start line and off we went, pacers to help, lots of water stations, only issue is being a tail ender this time, no bottles left only cups but never mind - it didnt matter.Highlight is without doubt the marshalls.I remember approaching mile 12 and saw 6 or 7 marshalls in the distance talking between them. As we got closer they stopped talking and their focus was purely on my wife and me, everyone of them was brilliant, they have stood in the het for 3 hours and I suspect clapped everyone, utter amazing and got my wife round.Race angels also amazing, great event and will be back in 2019 and please please loose the heat.
  • Did the event in 2018

    Ok ive done this for 4 years on a row and just love it. Flat and super fast with great marshall support.
    In 2018 i ran it with wife for her 1st half.
    1 thing was the heat - it was crazy hot.
    That being said it was still brilliant - marshalls support was brilliant and course nice and flat again.
    See you in 2019
  • Did the event in 2018

£27 - £29
North Lincolnshire Half Marathon
MAY12
Driffield Triathlon

A pool based Sprint Distance Triathlon, ideally suited to the Novice competitor or the more experienced triathlete.

The extremely friendly atmosphere that goes with this event always attracts a large number of first time triathletes. Suitable for all levels and abilities. Ages Youth to 70+.

Also included is the Driffield Junior Triathlon. A completely safe and self contained course with lots of opportunities to view the junior triathletes taking part.

2 reviews
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Driffield Triathlon

Driffield YO25, UKView event
2 reviews
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A pool based Sprint Distance Triathlon, ideally suited to the Novice competitor or the more experienced triathlete.

The extremely friendly atmosphere that goes with this event always attracts a large number of first time triathletes. Suitable for all levels and abilities. Ages Youth to 70+.

Also included is the Driffield Junior Triathlon. A completely safe and self contained course with lots of opportunities to view the junior triathletes taking part.

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  • Did the event in 2017

    This is an excellent, well run race. The organisation was brilliant as were all Marshals, pool time keepers & helpers.Really enjoyed it & even got a PB which always helps.See you next year
  • Did the event in 2016

    Having done Driffield Triathlon for a few years now it's time to rate it! It's well organised and the freebird team are easy to deal with and very helpful! The course is a nice loop into rural East Yorkshire for the bike and a 3 lap run route with lots of support on each lap. The swim start is also impeccably organised in waves with clear instructions, which cannot be said for a lot of pool based triathlons!I keep returning to do this event and will keep on returning!
£26 - £78
Driffield Triathlon
MAY26
The Keyo Brigg Bomber Quadrathlon
Brigg, England, United Kingdom

The Brigg Bomber is organised by members of LincsQuad (Lincolnshire Quadrathlon Club) and consists of a 1.5k river swim, 38k bike, 7k kayak & 10k run. We are pleased to announce that the event has been selected as the 2019 World Quadrathlon Championships.

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The Keyo Brigg Bomber Quadrathlon

1-3 Bigby St, Brigg DN20 8EF, UKView event
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The Brigg Bomber is organised by members of LincsQuad (Lincolnshire Quadrathlon Club) and consists of a 1.5k river swim, 38k bike, 7k kayak & 10k run. We are pleased to announce that the event has been selected as the 2019 World Quadrathlon Championships.

£50 - £55
    The Keyo Brigg Bomber Quadrathlon
    MAY19
    Lunacy Run
    Hatcliffe, England, United Kingdom

    The Lunacy Race will be held just outside the village of Hatcliffe in the heart of the Lincolnshire wolds, 10k of undulating terrain with hills, woodland, water, ropes, climbs, on all Natural obstacles, on completion you'll become a fully fledged Lunatic.

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    Lunacy Run

    3 Council Houses, Hatcliffe, Grimsby DN37 0SN, UKView event
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    The Lunacy Race will be held just outside the village of Hatcliffe in the heart of the Lincolnshire wolds, 10k of undulating terrain with hills, woodland, water, ropes, climbs, on all Natural obstacles, on completion you'll become a fully fledged Lunatic.

    £22
    Lunacy Run
    MAY19
    Race for Life 5K & 10K – Cleethorpes
    Cleethorpes, England, United Kingdom

    This course is suitable for all abilities. This is thousands of women uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. THIS IS BEATING CANCER.

    1 reviews
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    Race for Life 5K & 10K – Cleethorpes

    Meridian Point, Kings Rd, Cleethorpes DN35 0FB, UKView event
    1 review
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This course is suitable for all abilities. This is thousands of women uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. THIS IS BEATING CANCER.

    Reviews
    • Did the 5k in 2018

      Nice course, great location, well organised and really well supported. Course was a little short.
    £10 - £14.99
    Race for Life 5K & 10K – Cleethorpes
    JUL12
    Walkington 10k & Fun Run

    Our popular 10k race around scenic Walkington and Little Weighton, and the fun run is back! The evening will start with its popular cake stall, so bring your pennies and your elastic waisted shorts!

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    Walkington 10k & Fun Run

    Beverley Leisure Centre, Flemingate, Beverley HU17 0LT, UKView event
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    From the organiser

    Our popular 10k race around scenic Walkington and Little Weighton, and the fun run is back! The evening will start with its popular cake stall, so bring your pennies and your elastic waisted shorts!

    £15
    Walkington 10k & Fun Run
    JUN2
    Top of the Wolds 10K Challenge

    The Top of the Wolds 10k Challenge is a scenic, rural race around Nunburnholme Wold in East Yorkshire. Starting from the attractive Village of Warter, the race route heads out along scenic rural lanes, before a climb to the Wolds Top, then start your descent through the Woodland section, and finally return to Warter village.

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    Top of the Wolds 10K Challenge

    Warter Addlekeld, York YO42 1XR, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Top of the Wolds 10k Challenge is a scenic, rural race around Nunburnholme Wold in East Yorkshire. Starting from the attractive Village of Warter, the race route heads out along scenic rural lanes, before a climb to the Wolds Top, then start your descent through the Woodland section, and finally return to Warter village.

    £13 - £15
    Top of the Wolds 10K Challenge
    JUL7
    Winterton 10 mile race

    Local 10 mile race held at village show ground. This race has been running for over 25 years. 10 miles around surrounding country side , no hills or steep inclines. Not suitable for disabled. On road or paved paths. Start and finish in the show ring.

    1 reviews
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    Winterton 10 mile race

    Winterton Show Ground, 91 Cemetery Rd, Winterton, Scunthorpe DN15 9UG, UKView event
    1 review
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    Local 10 mile race held at village show ground. This race has been running for over 25 years. 10 miles around surrounding country side , no hills or steep inclines. Not suitable for disabled. On road or paved paths. Start and finish in the show ring.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      This was a new race for me, entering was straight forward & cost £15 ( affiliated ).The race forms part of the Winterton Summer Show, it starts & finishes in the main arena.With just over 150 entrants it was the smallest race I’ve entered.On one of the hottest days of the year extra water was made available, 4 water stations.This was more like a club run with some serious athletes.The course was advertised as flat, but in my opinion it wasn’t & with the weather I found it tough going from the start. After making your way through the village the vast majority is on country roads. Marshals were plenty & good support, roads weren’t closed, but I never felt in any danger. Support in the show ground & around Winterton was very good.The goody bag at the end had usual snacks, flyers a great medal & a snood.My time yesterday was very slow & for that reason I’ll do this race again. I would certainly recommend this race to others
    £12 - £14
    Winterton 10 mile race
    AUG15
    Hell On The Humber

    Hell On The Humber (otherwise known as HOTH to the initiated) is an endurance event series like no other, and each year the events welcome many competitors from across the country. Veterans and novices stand side by side on the start line ready to take on the tough and demanding (and unexpectedly undulating) route, which laps the World famous Humber Bridge, for 6, 9, 12, 24, or 36 hours, and prepare themselves to complete as many 4 mile laps as possible in that time.

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    Hell On The Humber

    1 Southgate, Hessle HU13 0RB, UKView event
    2 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Hell On The Humber (otherwise known as HOTH to the initiated) is an endurance event series like no other, and each year the events welcome many competitors from across the country. Veterans and novices stand side by side on the start line ready to take on the tough and demanding (and unexpectedly undulating) route, which laps the World famous Humber Bridge, for 6, 9, 12, 24, or 36 hours, and prepare themselves to complete as many 4 mile laps as possible in that time.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      The HELL ON THE HUMBER or HOTH is a lap race with a difference - the laps are across the Humber Bridge. 2 miles across, 2 miles back and bridges, as you learn very quickly, are not flat. There is a 6, 12, 24 and 36 hour version of the race. Those who run the 6 tend to come back and try the longer races. Families camp at the race HQ and there is tea and coffee, biscuits, all manner of sweets, sausage rolls and yum yums.I did not know what to expect, despite having run numerous 6 and 7 hour lap races. The race website is a bit naff. The rules, although humourously written, come over as needlessly harsh. No music? For a 36 hour endurance race? I would do mad. The email was also humourous and harsh. But I guess it was just the tone that was missing, the RD is a funny guy, and has to ensure that all the safety, and littering etc rules are adhered to or the authorities would stop the race from going ahead.The race itself was fine, you do need to buddy up. No music. Dull laps. Probably high winds or rain. And overnight too. The 36 hour race starts at 7pm Friday, the 24 hour race 7am Saturday and the 6 and 12 hour race at 7pm Saturday.I did the 6 and it was alright. Far better than many of the lap races I have done. The Tshirt is awesome, very dia de muertos. The tea was welcome between laps, as was the toilet facitilies.I would actually recommend it if you can endure it. 7 laps for an ultra/marathon? I took it easy and just did 24 miles.
    • Did the event in 2018

      I did the 12 hour version of this event which comes in 6/12/24/36 hour disciplines. I've done 1 HOTH event previously (Ho Ho HOTH in Dec) so knew what to expect from the day. That said, the 12 hour is run overnight, 7pm - 7am, so this was a new experience for me. I knew people that were participating in each of the 4 durations. Total number of athletes was around 150-200 i'd say.Most of the pre-race info/questions/banter is mainly done on the HOTH facebook page, so would advise joining that. The event is run in high spirits, very supportive with a no ego attitude to it. The course is 4 mile laps of the humber bridge, so not flat (i covered 2400ft elevation), returning to HQ each time to record your laps. Great views from the bridge when it's not dark. Everyone takes their own fueling and camps up at HQ, though there is plenty of sweets, tea/coffee, water, etc to be shared. Marshmallows went down a treat for me. The HOTH events are a great relaxed way to get into longer distance running. You can do as little or many miles as you want, the only stipulation being to complete 1 lap every 3 hours.I'll sure i'll be doing another one of their events again (probably oct), met some good people doing them so far, and the support amongst runners is great, giving encouragement, thumbs up, smiles etc.. each time you pass. The tshirt and medal at the end this year far exceeded last years, its one of the best tee's ive got from an event
    £30 - £250
    Hell On The Humber
    JUN9
    Riverbank Challenge

    Established in 1985 the Riverbank Challenge is a favorite on many peoples calendar. It is a very unique traditional race, with friendly marshals.

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    Riverbank Challenge

    Station Cottage, 2008 Carr Ln, Goole DN14 6LZ, UKView event
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    From the organiser

    Established in 1985 the Riverbank Challenge is a favorite on many peoples calendar. It is a very unique traditional race, with friendly marshals.

    £3 - £14
    Riverbank Challenge
    MAY26
    Sigma Sports Arrow Sportive

    Taking its name from the typically flat lands in Lincolnshire and the surrounding area, youll glide through the level planes on the Sigma Sports' Arrow Sportive like a dart through the air save for an unlikely uphill test that waits for tired legs at the end of the ride.

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    Sigma Sports Arrow Sportive

    2 Legsby Rd, Market Rasen LN8 3DZ, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Taking its name from the typically flat lands in Lincolnshire and the surrounding area, youll glide through the level planes on the Sigma Sports' Arrow Sportive like a dart through the air save for an unlikely uphill test that waits for tired legs at the end of the ride.

    £3 - £40
    Sigma Sports Arrow Sportive
    AUG3
    Registration Perks
    East Riding 100

    The East Riding 100 is a brand new event for 2019 allowing riders to explore a new area, the East Riding of Yorkshire, the Yorkshire Wolds and enjoy some fantastic views. Our HQ at Bishop Burton College makes for a fantastic venue where we have access to plenty of parking, accommodation on site, if you would like to stay the night before or after the ride from just 33 for the night.

    The HQ has a wide open space where we can enjoy the party atmosphere at the end with a bar selling local ales, a gin and prossecco bar, great music and various choices of food to enjoy at the end.

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    East Riding 100

    A1079, Beverley HU17 7RT, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The East Riding 100 is a brand new event for 2019 allowing riders to explore a new area, the East Riding of Yorkshire, the Yorkshire Wolds and enjoy some fantastic views. Our HQ at Bishop Burton College makes for a fantastic venue where we have access to plenty of parking, accommodation on site, if you would like to stay the night before or after the ride from just 33 for the night.

    The HQ has a wide open space where we can enjoy the party atmosphere at the end with a bar selling local ales, a gin and prossecco bar, great music and various choices of food to enjoy at the end.

    £17.50 - £30
    East Riding 100
    JUN2
    Top of the Wolds 10K Challenge

    The Top of the Wolds 10k Challenge is a scenic, rural race around Nunburnholme Wold in East Yorkshire.

    Starting from the attractive Village of Warter, which is best noted for its much photographed row of thatched cottages, thatch being a most unusual roof covering on the Wolds.

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    Top of the Wolds 10K Challenge

    1 Beck Cottages, Sutton upon Derwent, York YO41 4DF, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Top of the Wolds 10k Challenge is a scenic, rural race around Nunburnholme Wold in East Yorkshire.

    Starting from the attractive Village of Warter, which is best noted for its much photographed row of thatched cottages, thatch being a most unusual roof covering on the Wolds.

    £13 - £15
    Top of the Wolds 10K Challenge
    JUL7
    Caistor Sting in the Tail 10k

    The 8th annual outing for our increasingly popular "Sting" 10K race. This year's race will take place on Sunday 7th July 2019 at 10am and will, for the first time ever, feature chip timing.

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    Caistor Sting in the Tail 10k

    South St, Caistor, Market Rasen LN7 6UB, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The 8th annual outing for our increasingly popular "Sting" 10K race. This year's race will take place on Sunday 7th July 2019 at 10am and will, for the first time ever, feature chip timing.

    £15 - £17
    Caistor Sting in the Tail 10k
    JUN1
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    The Flat 100

    One of the biggest Sportive's in the region and always a sell out so don't leave it too long in booking the classic event. Formerly called Flat n Fast 100, now the Flat 100 is just that a flat 100 mile course (with options for 65 and 25 mile still flat)

    Join over the 1000 riders in nine if the most popular rides in the UK!

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    The Flat 100

    Trinity Academy Bus Park, Thorne, Doncaster DN8 5BU, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    One of the biggest Sportive's in the region and always a sell out so don't leave it too long in booking the classic event. Formerly called Flat n Fast 100, now the Flat 100 is just that a flat 100 mile course (with options for 65 and 25 mile still flat)

    Join over the 1000 riders in nine if the most popular rides in the UK!

    £17.50 - £30
    The Flat 100
    JUL7
    Registration Perks
    Ross Tiger 100

    The Ross Tiger is one of our favourites, being a July date, close to the seaside, its a great event to bring the family to. They can wave you off in the morning and head down to the seafront for the day whilst you enjoy this awesome route around some of the finest hills in Lincolnshire, the Wolds.

    With a choice of three great routes, there really is something for every rider out there. The shorter 25 mile route is a great taster for anyone new to cycling, you wont have to worry about directions as our routes are heavily signed so you can just enjoy the ride.

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    Ross Tiger 100

    30 St Christopher's Rd, Humberston, Grimsby DN36 4EB, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Ross Tiger is one of our favourites, being a July date, close to the seaside, its a great event to bring the family to. They can wave you off in the morning and head down to the seafront for the day whilst you enjoy this awesome route around some of the finest hills in Lincolnshire, the Wolds.

    With a choice of three great routes, there really is something for every rider out there. The shorter 25 mile route is a great taster for anyone new to cycling, you wont have to worry about directions as our routes are heavily signed so you can just enjoy the ride.

    £17.50 - £30
    Ross Tiger 100
    JUN19
    Owston Ferry 10k & Fun Run

    HOKA Owston Ferry 10k and Fun Run. Probably the flattest, fastest, 10k course in the country. Run on scenic, rural roads around the historic Isle of Axholme.

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    Owston Ferry 10k & Fun Run

    103 High St, Owston Ferry, Doncaster DN9 1RL, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    HOKA Owston Ferry 10k and Fun Run. Probably the flattest, fastest, 10k course in the country. Run on scenic, rural roads around the historic Isle of Axholme.

    £16 - £18
    Owston Ferry 10k & Fun Run
    JUL7
    Allerthorpe Sprint Triathlon

    Now in its 11th year the Allerthorpe Sprint Triathlon remains as popular as ever. If you are contemplating open water triathlon this year, then this event would be the perfect choice. Extremely calm, warm and safe waters of Allerthorpe Lakeland Park provide the ideal introduction into open water racing.

    TriStars Race Distances:

    TriStars Start - 80m swim, 600m runTriStars 1 - 200m swim, 1200m runTriStars 2 - 300m swim, 1800m runTriStars 3 - 400m swim, 2400m run
    1 reviews
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    Allerthorpe Sprint Triathlon

    Allerthorpe Lakeland Park, Melbourne Road, Pocklington, York YO42 4RL, UKView event
    1 review
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Now in its 11th year the Allerthorpe Sprint Triathlon remains as popular as ever. If you are contemplating open water triathlon this year, then this event would be the perfect choice. Extremely calm, warm and safe waters of Allerthorpe Lakeland Park provide the ideal introduction into open water racing.

    TriStars Race Distances:

    TriStars Start - 80m swim, 600m runTriStars 1 - 200m swim, 1200m runTriStars 2 - 300m swim, 1800m runTriStars 3 - 400m swim, 2400m run
    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2017

      I was looking forward to this race since my twisted ankle had recovered. I enjoyed racing there. I travelled up the day before to check things out. The park is small and so is the lake. I immediately understood why the bike and run are off-site - there's simply no space to do them in the park. I was really surprised by the tight entry/exit points to transition located between 2 caravans, especially as you would have both bikes and runners using that at the same time but it all worked out fine. Registration was easy as pie and so was the transition set up. then off to the lake. I really valued the 5 mins acclimatisation period but probably didn't use it properly because I had issues when the swim started. Having calmed myself down I got on with swimming - right up to the first buoy when I saw people walking. Yes, it really was that shallow and if you have sinky legs then honestly it was easier! Anyway swim done and my wetsuit wouldn't open. Thanks to the marshalls who sorted it out for me. Beginners like me face all kinds of challenges and the next one for me was feeling totally dizzy in T1. It's hard to get a wetsuit off when you need to hold on to the bike rack to stop yourself falling over. Onto the well-signed bike course, no issues there. As you get back to the park you see all the people ahead of you completing their run, which I found a bit depressing. Since the run is back out of the park the only supporters are the runners coming the other way down the country lane. Go there eventually and over the line - see photo. Turns out there was no bling. And if you are going to give me a t-shirt, can I please have it when I'm done and not at registration? So glad I made the trip to sunny Yorkshire for this one. One more left in September.
    £50 - £74
    Allerthorpe Sprint Triathlon
    AUG16
    The Supermile

    A great opportunity for athletes of all abilities to race a flat out UKA certified and licensed 1 mile run course at Normanby Hall Country Park, we cant think of a better way to spend a Friday night!

    We've had times ranging from around 14:00 to 04:20 minutes for the mile, you also get to watch and cheer each other on as you are set of in waves of similar ability but increasing speed. We also had our friend Alan Rayment complete the Supermile on his new prosthetics legs in 1 hour 44 minutes which was an amazing achievement!

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    The Supermile

    1 Main St, Normanby, Scunthorpe DN15 9HY, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A great opportunity for athletes of all abilities to race a flat out UKA certified and licensed 1 mile run course at Normanby Hall Country Park, we cant think of a better way to spend a Friday night!

    We've had times ranging from around 14:00 to 04:20 minutes for the mile, you also get to watch and cheer each other on as you are set of in waves of similar ability but increasing speed. We also had our friend Alan Rayment complete the Supermile on his new prosthetics legs in 1 hour 44 minutes which was an amazing achievement!

    £6
    The Supermile
    SEP1
    Hornsea Running Festival

    A lovely scenic, traffic free out and back route, from Hornsea, through to Hull and back along the Transpennine Trail.

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    Hornsea Running Festival

    9 Market Pl, Hornsea HU18 1AN, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A lovely scenic, traffic free out and back route, from Hornsea, through to Hull and back along the Transpennine Trail.

    £15 - £35.50
    Hornsea Running Festival
    JUN30
    Cancer Research UK Louth Run for Life

    1k and 5k events (walk, jog or run). Open to men, women and children. The event starts and ends in the Market Place in the pretty Lincolnshire market town of Louth. The route takes in the beautiful Hubbards Hills Park and has great support along the way. Fancy Dress is always encouraged and spot prizes are given.

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    Cancer Research UK Louth Run for Life

    Louth LN11, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    1k and 5k events (walk, jog or run). Open to men, women and children. The event starts and ends in the Market Place in the pretty Lincolnshire market town of Louth. The route takes in the beautiful Hubbards Hills Park and has great support along the way. Fancy Dress is always encouraged and spot prizes are given.

    £5
    Cancer Research UK Louth Run for Life
    AUG4
    Allerthorpe Classic Triathlon

    Situated on the outskirts of York, Allerthorpe Lakeland Park plays host to the standard distance Allerthorpe Classic Triathlon.

    A superb setting and an extremely popular location for triathletes. The event provides athletes the opportunity to race over a flat, fast course chasing those elusive personal bests.

    6 reviews
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    Allerthorpe Classic Triathlon

    Allerthorpe, York YO42, UKView event
    6 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Situated on the outskirts of York, Allerthorpe Lakeland Park plays host to the standard distance Allerthorpe Classic Triathlon.

    A superb setting and an extremely popular location for triathletes. The event provides athletes the opportunity to race over a flat, fast course chasing those elusive personal bests.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      my second time at Allerthorpe, sign up and registration again was a breeze. An altered swim course this year came up a touch long but it’s impossible to get these courses right.  A flat and tough cycle, mainly due to the heat followed by a flat and unsheltered 10k run which was tough in the conditions. The organisers acted proactively by putting 4 aid stations on the run course. A well marshalled if lonely bike and run route. Will be back for number 3 next year.
    • Did the event in 2017

      Took part in this event for the second time today.it is held at a great venue, and as with all free bird events the organisation and registration were excellent.The swim, bike and run were safe with many marshalls out on  the course.The flat route enables fast times (wind permitting!), and there is a great atmosphere at the event hq.i would definitely recommend this triathlon and will be back next year.
    • Did the event in 2016

      Thoroughly enjoyed this race. Lovely venue & would have been great for my young children if they'd have come to watch with play areas & paddling in the lake. Very flat route, quite windy on the bike & hot on the run but that's the way it goes sometimes ☺
    £64 - £83
    Allerthorpe Classic Triathlon
    SEP15
    ABP HUMBER COASTAL HALF MARATHON

    Come along to the seaside at Cleethorpes to join over 2000 other runners in the 3rd Coastal 5k/half marathon.

    Fantastic location on the sea front with super views out to sea and lovely coastal footpaths.

    13 reviews
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    ABP HUMBER COASTAL HALF MARATHON

    Vision Express, Hewitts Circus Retail Park, Hewitt's Ave, Humberston, Cleethorpes DN35 9QR, UKView event
    13 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Come along to the seaside at Cleethorpes to join over 2000 other runners in the 3rd Coastal 5k/half marathon.

    Fantastic location on the sea front with super views out to sea and lovely coastal footpaths.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      Bit on-road off-road blown on-sand and some rocky paths, basically a mix of terrains. The straight single track path at about 8/9 miles wasnt very welcoming; bit labourius and mind numbing. Good atmosphere at the start and finish and lots of support from marshalls. Just not for me i think :-(
    • Did the event in 2018

      1st timer at this event and the last the course is/was terrible how someone didn't break an ankle on the off road banked hill section is beyond me. i run both on and off road but this was something else. The section were you had to run on the banked hill was full of divots, holes and goodness know what else to aid in you going A over T. that being said the marshals and support around the course was good and the finishing straight was very very good. Unfortunately the 1st and last time i will enter this race even though it gave me my new PB for a half.
    • Did the event in 2018

      This was the first time I have enetered this particular race. I was told the route has changed since last year.
      I enjoyed the race, it was quite challenging.
      The Facebook page was updated regularly as well as regular emails including race brochure sent out.
      Information of parking places were well communicated.
      I particularly liked the interactive map of the route on the website, this is unique to my knowledge and very useful.
      The course could have been described better on the website, though.
      I think there should have been directions to the starting line as it wasn’t clear where I had to go from where I parked.
      The course was quite crowded at the start at throughout moments during the first few miles.
      The challenging parts was the run along the river bank, which was windy and pretty much had to be ran single file.
      This detracted from the ‘race’ element of the event. I wasn’t thankful for the very short runs across sand after the miles across the river bank.
      The river bank and sand were challenging moments which only make you a stronger runner, so there were positives drawn from those elements.
      The crowd support was great, the volunteers did a fantastic job. There were plenty of volunteers on hand to hand out water at the many water stations.
      Some scenic views including the promenade finish.

      Info of the t-shirt sizes should have been communicated in the race brochure and, to my knowledge, wasn’t. I needed a smaller size but wasn’t aware a smaller size was available until I got to the finish line but had already wrote my size on my race number. However, I’m grateful for the technical t-shirt and personally prefer getting a t-shirt for running the race to a medal.
      On that note, I like the medal given for running the race.

      This is definitely not a PB course, it’s mildy undulating but nothing too testing.
      The ice cream at the end of the race was a great touch, very unique.

      May go back next year.

    £13 - £24
    ABP HUMBER COASTAL HALF MARATHON
    AUG31
    Sundowner Triathlon

    A fun, friendly triathlon with a great atmosphere. No matter what youre level of ability you can be sure of a fantastic experience with loads of encouragement & support from the Freebird crew.

    The unique middle-distance & Sprint Triathlon Sundowner Triathlons based at Allerthorpe Lakeland Park just 10 miles from York, has a leisurely Saturday midday & morning start respectively. Allowing you to wake up and prepare for the race without the usual early morning rush!

    As the name suggests, some competitors will be completing the course as the sun goes down, a fantastic sunset photo opportunity for those final competitors.

    The middle-distance event comes complete with a superb post-race party and live entertainment. Camping on site is also available, so you and the family can enjoy a great weekend of triathlon and post-race relaxation in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside.

    The Sundowner Sprint Triathlon kicks off a great weekend of sport at the ever popular Allerthorpe Lakeland Park, based just 10 miles from York. Gaining momentum over the years this has become one of our main sell-out events of the season so please dont leave it too late to sign up and miss out!

    Whether you prefer the sprint distance or are supporting someone taking part in the longer middle-distance Sundowner Triathlon, the Sundowner Sprint Triathlon offers you the opportunity to enjoy a quality triathlon experience.

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    Sundowner Triathlon

    Unnamed Road, York YO42 4RL, UKView event
    2 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A fun, friendly triathlon with a great atmosphere. No matter what youre level of ability you can be sure of a fantastic experience with loads of encouragement & support from the Freebird crew.

    The unique middle-distance & Sprint Triathlon Sundowner Triathlons based at Allerthorpe Lakeland Park just 10 miles from York, has a leisurely Saturday midday & morning start respectively. Allowing you to wake up and prepare for the race without the usual early morning rush!

    As the name suggests, some competitors will be completing the course as the sun goes down, a fantastic sunset photo opportunity for those final competitors.

    The middle-distance event comes complete with a superb post-race party and live entertainment. Camping on site is also available, so you and the family can enjoy a great weekend of triathlon and post-race relaxation in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside.

    The Sundowner Sprint Triathlon kicks off a great weekend of sport at the ever popular Allerthorpe Lakeland Park, based just 10 miles from York. Gaining momentum over the years this has become one of our main sell-out events of the season so please dont leave it too late to sign up and miss out!

    Whether you prefer the sprint distance or are supporting someone taking part in the longer middle-distance Sundowner Triathlon, the Sundowner Sprint Triathlon offers you the opportunity to enjoy a quality triathlon experience.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      Freebird is a company I’ve learned to trust over the last few years. This years Sundowner Sprint did not disappoint with a fast course, friendly atmosphere and smooth registration process.Negatives of the course and organisation today were the racking system (numbers all over the place with no apparent sense of order bolstered by a security guard telling competitors to look for their number or put it anywhere) and the very narrow exit and entry points between the incoming bike point and runners exit onto the road as both were forced onto the far side this year.Positives- far outweigh the negatives! A beautiful course with a real family atmosphere and clean cut attitude. No room for ego’s here, rack, race and stay to watch the Middle distance or go home. The swim happens with minimal fuss as the phases are spread well, the bike has clear open, rural roads which allows for movement through the pack and the run occurs on an out and back which ensures that competitiors are all in close range to each other and a supportive environment is maintained.Overall, a great event for competitiors and spectators alike, once again, Freebird do not disappoint and provide a very slick organisation to events.
    • Did the event in 2016

      Everything you look for in a local race!Great organisation; enthusiatic volunteers and organisers; good, quick course; plenty of marshalls and set in a nice location.Expect to return at some point.Oh and free photos that were of very good quality!
    £52 - £175
    Sundowner Triathlon
    OCT6
    The Hedgehog Half

    This all on road Half Marathon starts and finishes in the beautiful grounds of Normanby Hall Country Park. The route follows the picturesque Tour of Britain course from 2017 (but no bikes allowed!)

    With a very special finishing medal for all, chip timing and cake at the finish line oh and of course some hedgehogs will be paying a visit!

    2 reviews
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    The Hedgehog Half

    Normanby Rd, Scunthorpe DN15 9HU, UKView event
    2 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    This all on road Half Marathon starts and finishes in the beautiful grounds of Normanby Hall Country Park. The route follows the picturesque Tour of Britain course from 2017 (but no bikes allowed!)

    With a very special finishing medal for all, chip timing and cake at the finish line oh and of course some hedgehogs will be paying a visit!

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      No doubt about it, this is a must-do event!

      Couple of minor negatives - firstly, definitely could do with more toilets. This was not a full event, and with spectators aplenty the queues for the loos were challenging. Some portaloos for the event would be recommended. Secondly, a couple of marshals for car parking wouldn't go a miss either.

      The information before the event was great, which including a free parking ticket. The price of the race was spot on, and there was a good atmosphere both at the start but also out on the course. I don't know what the race organisers did to entice the locals out, but it certainly worked! The local support was great on a chilly but dry morning. The scenery was superb and this is without question a PB course. It doesn't have road closures but I didn't find any problem on the course, and at the "busier" points marshals were there halting traffic.

      Finished with a stunning medal, 5 minute PB and lots of clapping from the crowd.

      Enter - you won't regret it!

    • Did the event in 2018

      Worth doing! And free cake!
      Really lovely half marathon! One of the best I’ve done in years, you get to run through some nice little villages, beautiful countryside, all in all a cracking route! Just be prepared fir the relentless uphills lol!
      Only let down was the small amount of toilets at the start which didn’t open up till long after people arrived and then soon stopped flushing, maybe some portaloos would of been a good investment
      Will deffinatly run next year if it returns, plus you get free cake at the end!
    £23.50 - £25.50
    The Hedgehog Half
    OCT12
    Gruesome Twosome 10k & Half Marathon

    Run in pairs over the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds with the famous Beanie hat, sausage/cheese roll and cuppa waiting for you in the village park.

    This is so much fun with many runners coming back every year to sample the super atmosphere of the Wolds and running with a friend.

    4 reviews
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    Gruesome Twosome 10k & Half Marathon

    The Firs, Chapel Ln, Swallow, Market Rasen LN7 6DE, UKView event
    4 reviews
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Run in pairs over the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds with the famous Beanie hat, sausage/cheese roll and cuppa waiting for you in the village park.

    This is so much fun with many runners coming back every year to sample the super atmosphere of the Wolds and running with a friend.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      My first time in this race. But I have ran in other Tape 2 Tape events & the organisers are passionate about their events.
      Unfortunately this year within 24hrs prior to the race the half marathon had to be cancelled due to high speed winds.
      This ment more people then planned started the 10k, after a long walk from registration to the start you could see there were all kinds of runners taking part. The 10k course had been altered to cater for the high winds, but a mixture of off road & road I felt was a good course with some great views of the Lincolnshire Wolds, Lincolnshire wasn’t flat as a pancake here. There where a couple of bottleneck areas & we had over 3 minutes stationary, I would imagine this was mainly down to the changes made due to weather.
      Marshals were good & at the finish you received water, a bean hat & a sausage roll.
      Everyone was friendly & we will definitely return
    • Did the event in 2017

      wow this was a tough run on a hot day. The marshalls and supporters were great.
    • Did the event in 2016

      I did this in 2016, and my 2nd year of running it.Its a half in the Lincolnshire wolds, however you run it in pairs and have to finish in pairs.Its pretty much off-road all the way round, and some wicked hills on the course as well, some real killers.The 1st few miles are single track so minimal overtaking, but by mile 4 it spreads out and great fun, the killer hill is mile 7The views are amazing, really good.Minimal spectators, however marshalls do a great job but its all about the views.Last mile is downhill which is nice, coast to finish line then rewarded as a pair with a bennie hat and a hot drink - so much needed.Great race to run with friend
    £16 - £24
    Gruesome Twosome 10k & Half Marathon
    AUG18
    Escrick 10k

    A very popular flat multi-terrain course on private roads, paths and bridleways within Escrick Park Estate, The Start and Finish are next to Escrick Village Green, where there is a BBQ and refreshments which are available to purchase throughout the event.

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    Escrick 10k

    St Helen's Church, Escrick, York YO19 6LE, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    A very popular flat multi-terrain course on private roads, paths and bridleways within Escrick Park Estate, The Start and Finish are next to Escrick Village Green, where there is a BBQ and refreshments which are available to purchase throughout the event.

    £16.50 - £18.50
    Escrick 10k
    SEP29
    Registration Perks
    Trent Valley 100

    The Trent Valley 100 is one awesome way to finish your sportive season, cleverly designed routes and a great HQ give us a great atmosphere. We have brought some great events across the summer months and the Trent Valley 100 is that last get together of them. It will also be the last ride to be eligible for our final competition, everyone that has ridden at the Roux Bikes 100 series in 2018 will be entered into the final prize draw to win a 500 voucher for a Wheel Set from our friends at Cycle Route Lincs youve got to ride it to be in with a chance!

    A great last get together of the season with this the toughest of the 100 Series and just prove to yourself how you have improved over the season.
    The Trent Valley 100 is produced by Sportive HQ in partnership with the Trent Valley Road Club.

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    Trent Valley 100

    Trent Valley Academy, Gainsborough DN21 1PB, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Trent Valley 100 is one awesome way to finish your sportive season, cleverly designed routes and a great HQ give us a great atmosphere. We have brought some great events across the summer months and the Trent Valley 100 is that last get together of them. It will also be the last ride to be eligible for our final competition, everyone that has ridden at the Roux Bikes 100 series in 2018 will be entered into the final prize draw to win a 500 voucher for a Wheel Set from our friends at Cycle Route Lincs youve got to ride it to be in with a chance!

    A great last get together of the season with this the toughest of the 100 Series and just prove to yourself how you have improved over the season.
    The Trent Valley 100 is produced by Sportive HQ in partnership with the Trent Valley Road Club.

    £17.50 - £30
    Trent Valley 100
    JUN2
    The Asda Foundation Hull Running Festival

    ts big, its brilliant and its back. Following a successful debut in 2018 the Hull Half Marathon returns for 2019.

    And in a city with a street boasting the wonderful name of Land of Green Ginger, the event promises to spice up our 2019 season.

    The event is held on the same day as the popular Asda Foundation Hull 10K to create a festival of running that brings thousands of runners on to the citys streets.

    Starting and finishing in Alfred Gelder Street, the largely flat course offers great PB potential and takes in The Deep, Humber Dock Marina, Hull City Hall and the University of Hull before heading back for the grand finish in the heart of the city centre.

    1 reviews
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    The Asda Foundation Hull Running Festival

    20 Dock St, Hull HU1 3AL, UKView event
    1 review
    About the event
    From the organiser

    ts big, its brilliant and its back. Following a successful debut in 2018 the Hull Half Marathon returns for 2019.

    And in a city with a street boasting the wonderful name of Land of Green Ginger, the event promises to spice up our 2019 season.

    The event is held on the same day as the popular Asda Foundation Hull 10K to create a festival of running that brings thousands of runners on to the citys streets.

    Starting and finishing in Alfred Gelder Street, the largely flat course offers great PB potential and takes in The Deep, Humber Dock Marina, Hull City Hall and the University of Hull before heading back for the grand finish in the heart of the city centre.

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    • Did the 10K in 2018

      This is definitely my favourite race ever, and not just because it's my local. It is one of the nicest routes I have done, the support and atmosphere are amazing and the runners get so much support from the local people and businesses.
    £27.80 - £34.20
    The Asda Foundation Hull Running Festival
    JUL26
    The Montane Lakeland 100

    The Lakeland 100 Ultra Tour of the Lake District is the most spectacular long distance trail race which has ever taken place within the UK. The circular route encompasses the whole of the lakeland fells, includes in the region of 6300m of ascent and consists almost entirely of public bridleways and footpaths. The route starts in Coniston and heads South before completing a clockwise loop which takes in the Dunnerdale fells, Eskdale, Wasdale and Buttermere before arriving in Keswick. From here the route heads to Matterdale and continues over to Haweswater before returning via Kentmere, Ambleside and Elterwater to the finish at Coniston.

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    The Montane Lakeland 100

    8 Swine Ln, Coniston, Hull HU11 4JT, UKView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Lakeland 100 Ultra Tour of the Lake District is the most spectacular long distance trail race which has ever taken place within the UK. The circular route encompasses the whole of the lakeland fells, includes in the region of 6300m of ascent and consists almost entirely of public bridleways and footpaths. The route starts in Coniston and heads South before completing a clockwise loop which takes in the Dunnerdale fells, Eskdale, Wasdale and Buttermere before arriving in Keswick. From here the route heads to Matterdale and continues over to Haweswater before returning via Kentmere, Ambleside and Elterwater to the finish at Coniston.

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    The Montane Lakeland 100
    JUN14
    Sledmere Sunset Trail

    Driffield Striders and Woolley & Parks are proud to present the 5th annual running of the fantastic Sledmere Sunset 10k Trail Race. The Sunset Trail 10K takes a winding route through deep chalk valleys and secluded woodland paths to finish on the wide sweeping lawns in front of Sledmere House. A warm summer evening and the beautiful location, together with a Trail Taster race (3.6km) and a 500m kids Fun Run make this a great family evening out.

    1 reviews
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    Sledmere Sunset Trail

    Sledmere House, Sledmere, Driffield YO25 3XG, UKView event
    1 review
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Driffield Striders and Woolley & Parks are proud to present the 5th annual running of the fantastic Sledmere Sunset 10k Trail Race. The Sunset Trail 10K takes a winding route through deep chalk valleys and secluded woodland paths to finish on the wide sweeping lawns in front of Sledmere House. A warm summer evening and the beautiful location, together with a Trail Taster race (3.6km) and a 500m kids Fun Run make this a great family evening out.

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    • Did the event in 2018

      What a way to spend a Summers Friday evening.Having never done a Trail Race I never gave much thought to this race. Entry was straight forward & the price good.A nice early arrival gave us a good chance to look around the beautiful surroundings. It was obvious from the start that this would be an undulating course.There were a couple of fun runs prior to the 10k race & plenty of people around to cheer everyone on.The race was chipped & within the 1st Km we had navigated a stiff incline. The course was two loops of different areas of the grounds of a stately home. Entry numbers ( max 400 ) was enough & not to many to make areas tight. Marshals were placed in many areas & were vocal / supportive. There were two water stations, plastic cups were used.The finish area was awesome on raised lawn in front of the house, tonnes of support. Your reward was a medal & drawstring bag, there was also homemade flapjack & fruit available.I found Trail running tough, but this was a great event & I’ll be back
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    Sledmere Sunset Trail
    SEP22
    Hull Marathon

    Take up the challenge of the Hull Marathon as the summer running season wraps up. New and experienced marathoners will enjoy a course that winds its way around Hull's city centre and waterfront. Come for the finisher's medal and the finish in the magnificent East Park

    9 reviews
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    Hull Marathon

    The Circle, Anlaby Rd, Hull HU3 6HU, UKView event
    9 reviews
    About the event
    Take up the challenge of the Hull Marathon as the summer running season wraps up. New and experienced marathoners will enjoy a course that winds its way around Hull's city centre and waterfront. Come for the finisher's medal and the finish in the magnificent East Park
    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      Having done the full marathon last year I did the 2 person relay this year, something I’ve not done before and having been part of a fantastic event last year, wanted to participate again without committing to the training required for a full. The relay was fantastic option for this and really helped boost the numbers on the course without crowding. I did the second half of the route which contains the main climbs. The support was great with locals out on the streets offering sweets and holding up “motivational” signs, plus words of encouragement. It was a clear day so the views over the Humber Bridge was brilliant. The stadium finish with decent crowds in the stand was great. Loved the dead bod themed tshirt and medal, but flapjack at the finish got my attention most. Good to see all the FREE photos were organised much better this year. The organisation overall was brilliant, I saw the team out the week before in the rain checking over the course, and the marshall’s were fantastic, especially dealing with the traffic, and their support. Look forward to returning again next year.
    • Did the event in 2018

      Did the 2018 event as part of a 2 person relay with my wife. Been a "hullian" I've followed the development of this event year upon year, always supporting it but never doing it myself, this year my wife talked me into getting involved so we signed up.

      The basics - registration was straight forward to pick up your race pack, you even got to meet running legend Jo Pavey this year! Race day - tonnes of free parking right on site which is a bonus compared to many events.

      The KCOM stadium is a really good base to start and finish from for this. I have to admit I was originally more in favour of the original city centre start/finish area but this is definitely better.

      I was worried the 2018 was going to be a damp squib as many people wanted to be involved in 2017 as part of Hull's UK city of culture year celebrations, but again this wasn't the case as there was a great atmosphere before, and the relay runners within the field make it a good number.

      The route is very much a first second half split, the first goes through the city centre, the waterfront and into the wonderful EAST part of the city, it's very flat and super fast, well supported at key parts.

      The second part goes through the cess pit of West hull (sorry that's the inter-hull rivalry there lol) but all joking aside it is very undulating as u build up to the humber bridge, then if you've never ran the bridge before I'll tell you now it ain't flat!!! You have a categorised climb up each end! Well supported though in west hull. Randomly spaced across the route are displays of locally produced local themed art works which is cool!

      Plenty of water stations and feed around. Great finish in the kcom stadium and afterwards we got a cool hull themed finishers shirt and medal with the local icon "dead bod" them!

      You get free photography from this event too which IS a nice touch!

      Me and the wife both got PB's on the event so we where over the moon.

      Overall this is a great organised event that sells the city of hull off very well!

    • Did the event in 2018

      My 1st time running HULL MARATHON and it was really enjoyable. Not just the race but the weekend as a whole.
      Plenty going on at the expo with several guest speakers & stalls.
      Race day itself saw various distances including Full Marathon, Half Marathon & relay option (2 & 4 persons).
      I ran full marathon. The course is fast but not flat. If you tackle the hills correctly the opportunity is there to get a good time. The highlight for me was the out & back along the Humber Bridge. Views are breathtaking!
      Nice finish in KCOM Stadium. Decent quality tech shirt & great medal for all finishers. Olympic runner Jo Pavey presented me with my medal which was a bonus!
      Special shout out to the marshalls got their support & hard work. These people are just wonderful! Also a big THANK YOU to the Hull public who and out in good numbers to offer generous & enthusiastic support.
      I’m already planning on doing this one again.
      Thanks to organisers for a fab event.
    £6 - £80
    Hull Marathon
    JUL21
    Orsted Great Grimsby 10k

    Welcome to "rsted Great Grimsby 10k. What an amazing day in 2018! 4000 entries, 450 volunteers, 28 degrees sunshine, loads of money raised for local community groups and charities. This is a really popular race in the calendar and is expected to fill up fast. You will finish in a spectacular Victorian Park to be welcomed by thousands of spectators.

    The race is inclusive and we encourage entries from all runners, irrespective of their ability. We encourage anyone who has any concerns about the course and whether or not it is suitable for their individual circumstances to contact Nicola by e mail [email protected] or telephone 01472 824894. We will be happy to meet with you on the course and discuss any areas of concern you may have.

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    Orsted Great Grimsby 10k

    Grimsby Town Hall, Town Hall Square, Grimsby DN31 1HU, UKView event
    4 reviews
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    From the organiser

    Welcome to "rsted Great Grimsby 10k. What an amazing day in 2018! 4000 entries, 450 volunteers, 28 degrees sunshine, loads of money raised for local community groups and charities. This is a really popular race in the calendar and is expected to fill up fast. You will finish in a spectacular Victorian Park to be welcomed by thousands of spectators.

    The race is inclusive and we encourage entries from all runners, irrespective of their ability. We encourage anyone who has any concerns about the course and whether or not it is suitable for their individual circumstances to contact Nicola by e mail [email protected] or telephone 01472 824894. We will be happy to meet with you on the course and discuss any areas of concern you may have.

    Reviews
    • Did the 10K in 2018

      Enjoyed it a tad warm but not put off as I booked for next year 2019
    • Did the 10K in 2018

      Great race, well organised, well supported and the best event village I have ever seen to enjoy after the race.Parking was a bit all over the place, the information given in the race pavk was wrong and was sending people to a closed road. As it was a hot day there were wet sponges to wipe down with but they were made from upholstery padding and they made my face so sore I was in pain for the next few km's. Avoid putting the sponges on your face if it's hot.
    • Did the 10K in 2018

      A very hot run this year.
    £17
    Orsted Great Grimsby 10k

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