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Take part in this fun 6 hour challenge event from a much-loved organiser. Run as may 3.28 mile laps as you can in the time limit and see if you can avoid getting caught by regular runner, Lee who'll start way after the rest of the pack. A light and fun event perfect for every type of runner.
Ultra, 10k, Half Marathon , and 1 more
9:00am Thu 2nd Jun 2022
Gravesend, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Cyclopark, The Tollgate, Watling St, Gravesend, Istead Rise, Gravesend DA11 7NP, UK
9:00am Thu 2nd Jun 2022
Half Marathon :9:00am |
Here are the distances available for Game Over Challenge
The 3.28 mile course will be along the paths, trails and cycle ways surrounding the Cyclopark. You'll go out and back along this route, returning to base camp after 3.28 miles. The terrain will be mostly smooth paths and pavement with a few pebbles to look out for.
You can complete as many or as little laps as you can within the 6 hours.
Please remember that you will be sharing the paths with the public, that includes dog walkers, ramblers and cyclists so you will need to be aware of your surroundings.
- Half Marathon - 4 laps
- Marathon - 8 laps
- Ultra - 9+ laps
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- Bespoke marathon themed Finisher's Medal
- Goody bag at finish
- Well stocked base camp & aid station
How to get there
Cyclopark, The Tollgate, Watling St, Gravesend, Istead Rise, Gravesend DA11 7NP, UKGet full directions
There is parking available on-site in the Main Car Park and the Overflow Parking. Please note that all car parks are Pay & Display costing £3.60 per day.
The Cyclopark is just off the A2 at Gravesend making it easily accessible by car.
Event day logistics
08:00 Cyclopark opens to the public
08:15 Registration opens
08:50 Mandatory race briefing
09:00 6 Hour Challenge starts
15:00 6 Hour Challenge finishes
You'll pick up your race number on the morning of the event from the registration desk at the race base camp.
Children over the age of 11 are permitted to take part in this event so long as they are accompanied by an adult at all times and do not exceed the following distances.
- Aged 11-12 can run a maximum of 5k
- Aged 13-14 can run a maximum of 6k
- Aged 15 can run a maximum of 10k
- Aged 16 can run a maximum of 15k
- Aged 17 can run a maximum of 25k
You'll visit the aid station after every 5.25 mile lap. This will be fully stocked by the event organiser but you are welcome to leave your own on the table for runner's supplies.
There will be toilets, changing rooms, showers and a cafe available from 09:00 to 18:00 at the Cyclopark cafe.
Headphones and Earphones
You will be able to use headphones and earphones during the 6 Hour Challenge. Please have the volume low and be aware of others you are sharing the space with.
Can I listen to music whilst I run the Game Over Challenge?
Yes. Please keep the volume low so you're aware of your surroundings as the space is shared with the public.
What kind of shoes will I need to wear for the Game Over Challenge?
Road shoes should be fine for this course. The majority of the route will be along cycle paths and pavement.
Will there be toilets at the Game Over Challenge?
Yes, there are toilets, showers and changing facilities on-site.
Will there be a bag drop at the Game Over Challenge?
No, there won't be an official bag drop area but you are welcome to leave your bag at the start/finish area. Someone will always be around however all items are left at their own risk.
When will I get my race number for the Game Over Challenge?
All race numbers will be picked up on the day from the race base camp.
Is there somewhere to park for the Game Over Challenge?
Yes, there is plenty of parking on-site. The cost to park for all day is £3.60.
Do I have to run for the whole 6 hours of the Game Over Challenge?
Not at all! You can run as many or as little laps as you can or want to. You will have to complete a minimum of 1 lap in order to get a bespoke finisher's medal.
Enjoyed having a loop track as have the opportunity to eat and stretch
Did the race in 2022
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