Pembrokeshire Ultra Races

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Three amazing ultra races along Britains only Coastal National Trail-The Pembrokeshire Coast Path. The Pembrokeshire 100 mile race is a challenging ultra-race along the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastal Path from Dale, just outside Milford Haven to St Dogmaels, Cardigan.The Pembrokeshire Stage Race follows the same route as the Pembrokeshire 100, but is split into 3 single stage sections with an overnight camp between each section. The Pembrokeshire 180 mile race is a 5 day stage race starting in Amroth and finishing in St Dogmaels.
180 miles and 100 miles
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Wed, 4 Sept 2019
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Neyland, United Kingdom
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Dale Sailing Company Ltd, Neyland Marina, Neyland, Milford Haven SA73 1PY, UK
Start times
Wed, 4 Sept 2019
180 miles:
100 miles:
Here's what races are available for Pembrokeshire Ultra Races
180 miles
100 miles
Race Stages and distances
Day 1- Amroth to Freshwater West approximately 33.5 miles / 4000ft
Day 2- Freshwater West to Dale approximately 46 miles / 4850ft
Day 3- Dale to St Davids (Caerfai Bay) -34 miles / 5550ft
Day 4- St Davids (Caerfai Bay) to Fishguard - 41 miles / 7700ft
Day 5- Fishguard to St Dogmaels - 26.5 miles / 6100ft
Dale Sailing Company Ltd, Neyland Marina, Neyland, Milford Haven SA73 1PY, UK
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There will be coach transport from the finish in St Dogmaels to the start in Dale. This will be on the morning of the race leaving St Dogmaels at 0600. There will be an additional pick up in Cardigan at 0610.
It is your choice where you stay on the Tuesday night and whether you use the bus service provided, but you must attend the briefing and registration in Amroth on the Wednesday morning. There are numerous parking facilities in both St Dogmaels and Cardigan, the majority of which have a ‘weekly’ pay and display option for £9. We will detail the best ones in the pre-event notes.
0700-Coach pick up from St Dogmaels
0710-Coach pick up from Cardigan Castle
0700-Registration opens in Amroth
0800-Coach drop off Amroth
0830-Registration closes
0830-Race briefing in Amroth
0900-Race starts
0600-0800 – Optional race starts times with slowest runners starting first!
0600-0900 – Optional race starts times with slowest runners starting first!
2000- Cut of day 3 (max time is 14 hours/2.7mph)
0600-0900 – Optional race starts times with slowest runners starting first!
2000- Cut of day 4 (max time is 14 hours/2.7mph)
0700-0800- Optional race starts times with slowest runners starting first!
1700-Cut off day 5 (max time is 10 hours/2.6 mph)
This MUST be carried at all times and will be checked at registration before you receive your race number. (NO KIT = NO NUMBER!)
waterproof jacket, water proof trousers, upper body long sleeve base layer or thermal (warm) top, warm hat, gloves, torch (emergency type is fine), whistle, compass (which can take a bearing, please note: compass on a watch or phone is not acceptable), suitable footwear, foil survival blanket or foil bivy bag, first aid kit (to include: blister plasters, sterile dressing and bandage or tape), mobile phone, map and instructions, water bottle 1 litre minimum, appropriate food for the event duration.
Advisory / Optional
Thermal and or fleece top (in addition to compulsory long sleeve top), sun cream, lower body base layer or trousers, hydration tablets, money, sunglasses, GPS.
Mandatory Overnight Kit
The following kit must be included in participant’s overnight bag .
Sleeping mat ,sleeping bag (3 seasons recommended), change of clothes, plate/bowl, mug, knife, fork and spoon, food for the event (2 evening meals; 2 breakfasts; running food/energy products), personal first aid kit (includes plasters, at least 5 Compeed or similar, zinc oxide tape - at least 3 metres, antiseptic cream, sterile cotton swabs and painkillers), torch and spare batteries, means of cooking any hot food (Jetboil, stove or similar).
Additional Overnight Kit
An insulated/warm jacket, travel pillow, spare running clothes, wash kit, towel, ear plugs, anti-chaffing ointment, wallet, credit card/ cash, insect repellent.
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