BigWayRound - Winchester Trail Running

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Join BigFeat Events in their beautiful trail run this Spring. You will trail through the heart of Winchester, witnessing unparalleled countryside views from the top of St Catherine's Hill. With four distances on offer, there is a choice for the challenge you wish to take on.
Participants
14 Miles, 19 Miles, Marathon, and 1 more
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Calendar
Mon, 2 May 2022
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Winchester, United Kingdom
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4.9
(45 Reviews)
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Where and when
Location
Winchester Rugby Football Club, North Walls Park, Hillier Way, Winchester SO23 7SU, UK
Start times
Mon, 2 May 2022
14 Miles:
8:15am |
19 Miles:
8:10am |
Marathon:
8:05am |
Ultra:
8:00am
Races summary
Here's what races are available for BigWayRound - Winchester Trail Running
14 Miles
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14mi
Route
1 Loop
£29.00
19 Miles
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19mi
Route
1 Loop
£33.00
Marathon
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26.2mi
Route
1 Loop
£39.00
Ultra
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50km
Route
1 Loop
£45.00
Route information
Starting and finishing at Winchester Rugby Club, the routes take runners along the Itchen Navigation to the first big challenge. Here, runners will ascend past St Catherine’s Hill, travelling east across the beautiful undulating trails to Cheesefoot Head.
From here, there are a number of 'Big Way' paths; the South Downs Way, Allan King Way, St Swithun’s Way and the Itchen Way, leading runners through the quintessential English countryside as the trail meanders alongside the River Itchen towards Kings Worthy.
It is here that the Marathon and Ultra routes diverge away and head out west to the beautiful 17th Century Lainston House. To end the route, runners will trail around Farley Mount, running back on the Clarendon Way towards St Cross and the Water Meadows.
Participants will enjoy the stunning views of Winchester Cathedral along the homestretch to the finish line.
Interactive maps can be found here:
What's included
  • Bespoke Finisher's Medal
  • Chip-timed results
  • Stunning trails
  • Fully marked route
  • Marshalled course
  • Aid stations
  • On Course Photography
  • Free parking
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How to get there
Winchester Rugby Football Club, North Walls Park, Hillier Way, Winchester SO23 7SU, UK
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Parking
There is free parking onsite for all entrants.
Event day logistics
08:00 Ultra starts
08:05 Marathon starts
08:10 19 Mile starts
08:15 14 Mile starts
12:15 14 Mile cut-off time
13:10 19 Mile cut-off time
15:05 Marathon cut-off time
16:00 50k Cut-off time
*Please arrive at least 45 minutes before your race start time to ensure plenty of time to register, attach your race number and warm up.
Start Waves
All competitors will be set off in start waves.
Cut-off Time
There will be cut-off times in place for each distance which are as follows:
  • 50k - 8 hours
  • Marathon - 7 hours
  • 19 Miles - 5 hours
  • 14 Miles - 4 hours
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We are a new and exciting UK based trail running and multisport event specialist. Whatever your ability or experience, we have a race that will test both to the limit, giving you an amazing adventure, that will definitely be hard to forget. Whether it's a half marathon, marathon, ultramarathon, sportive or swim, we encourage you to set your sights BIG!
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FAQ's
Is there a cut-off time for the BigWayRound?
Yes, a very generous cut-off time of 4:30pm has been set to ensure all entrants have plenty of time to get around the course.
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Is there somewhere to park at the BigWayRound?
Yes, there is free parking onsite.
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How will the start work for the BigWayRound?
Entrants will be set off in start waves at their designated start times.
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Reviews
4.9
45 reviews
eileen
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5.0
Did the Ultra in 2022
I absolutely loved it, marshes were lovely, medal is fab, I can’t fault the event
lydia
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5.0
Did the Ultra in 2022
I really enjoyed the day. It was easy to get myself to the start line, the route was very well signed, and the finish-line had a great atmosphere! I will definitely be coming back next year :)
jessica
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5.0
Did the Ultra in 2022
Absolutely loved my day at the BigWayRound event. The course was lovely with some stunning views (and some cruel steps!) the race HQ was well organised and had a great atmosphere both before and after the races and was a great place to chill after and wait for other runners and cheer them home. Aid stations were great and packed with all the right things and all the staff and marshals were so friendly and supportive and the runners were so friendly and supportive too. Loved it!
melanie
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4.7
Did the Ultra in 2022
Marshals were top notch!
richard
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5.0
Did the Ultra in 2022
Good event. Very well signed. All marshalls friendly and helpful. Aid station marshaĺs particularly welcoming. Would recommend to others.
ovidiu
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5.0
Did the Marathon in 2022
Well organised. Wonderful landscapes.
jenny
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5.0
Did the 14 Miles in 2022
Superb route and really well organised - great fun!
eileen
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5.0
Did the Ultra in 2022
A stunning route. Super friendly and helpful marshals and aid station helpers. I loved the event!
caroline
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4.0
Did the Ultra in 2022
No first aid or toilets at checkpoints was a bit of a surprise
ute
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5.0
Did the 19 Miles in 2022
Beautiful trail tun just outside lovely Winchester. Well signposted, lots of lovely marshalls and a friendly atmosphere. Would definitely come back another year. Thank you to organisers and volunteers!
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Recent Questions
Helen Symes
4/1/2021
What is provided at the aid stations and how many do you plan to have on the 50k route?
Claire Powell
4/2/2021
There is water and food at the aid stations which are at 7, 15, 20 and 25 miles. Food will include Nakd bars, crisps and cereal bars which will be easy to grab!
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