Events in Kingston upon Hull
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!
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.
EHH's ever popular summer league.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
A reasonably flat course with a hill at the end.
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.
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
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!
A lovely scenic, traffic free out and back route, from Hornsea, through to Hull and back along the Transpennine Trail.
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.
One of the UK's fastest and flattest 10 mile routes. An ideal stepping stone race if you're training for the Great North Run, the Hull Marathon or other longer distance events. The course is a single lap on very flat roads with only a slight incline over a railway bridge.
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.
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.
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.
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!
The Hardwolds 80 route follows the Wolds Way from Hessle to Filey passing through chalk landscapes with dry valleys and stunning wildlife alongside market Towns and ancient villages such as Brantingham, Londesborough, Thixendale and the deserted medieval village of Wharram Percy, before arriving at the seaside resort of Filey.
The Harvest Hobble is a 26 or13 mile walk or run on footpaths, tracks and some minor roads in the Lincolnshire Wolds. It follows part of the Viking Way as well as some lesser used paths. Participants are allowed up to 10 hours to complete the route.
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.
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.
400m pool swim, 20km bike, 5km run. The event is taking place on the 23rd of September 2018.
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.
Get into the Christmas spirit and follow the route marked out with Christmas Tinsel and the occasional Santa and Elf. Get into the Christmas spirit either running for a best time or hamper prize, fancy dress, kids fun run and more. Earn that mince pie at the finish and warm up on the mulled wine.
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.
The aquathlon is a family-friendly, fun pool based swim run event based at The Pods Leisure Centre in Scunthorpe. There are 2 distances - 200m swim/2km run around Central Park, or 400m/4km run around Central Park. All you need is a swimsuit, t-shirt and a pair of trainers. We electronically time the event so you will need a timing band which is purchased separately and can be used for the 10 GO TRI's we organise. We will send you the information when you have registered.
The Keyo Brigg Sprint Triathlon is organised by Lincsquad and consists of a 400 metre pool swim (16 lengths) in the Ancholme Leisure Centres 25 metre pool followed by a 20km road cycle and finishing with a 5km road run.
The course is flat, fast and ideal for both experienced triathletes and newcomers to the sport.
Lincsquad are also pleased to announce the introduction this year of team entries.
Two formats will be available.
Youth Team made up of a minimum 3 person team
Family Team which comprises at least 1 youth and a minimum of 3 people.
In September 2019 the worlds best cyclists will come to Yorkshire for the UCI Road World Championships, the pinnacle event in the international road cycling calendar. The Championships will include a range of mens and womens races, across age groups from junior to elite, starting in different towns and cities throughout Yorkshire and each finishing in the main competition town of Harrogate.
It will be the first time that Britain has hosted the UCI Road World Championships since 1982 and Yorkshire is aiming to deliver the most inclusive, innovative and inspiring Road World Championships in the history of the UCI.
The racing will commence on the Saturday 21st September with a ground-breaking para-cycling event running alongside the Championships which will act as a qualifier for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. The showcase will feature every Paralympic road racing discipline and take place in front of one of the largest crowds ever assembled for an elite para-cycling event.
These UCI Road World Championships will build even further on the countys growing global reputation for the sport after hosting the grandest of Grand Departs for the 2014 Tour de France and the annual legacy race the Tour de Yorkshire which has continued to grow each year, with record breaking spectator numbers.
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