1 / 6
Booked 3 times in the last week
The R.I.O.T Run from Zig Zag Running stands for 'Running is our Therapy'. Come along for your running therapy on the 5.3k course around Hinchingbrooke Country Park. Runners will have 4 or 6 hours to complete as many laps as they can, this is for runners of all abilities.
5k, 10k, Half Marathon, and 2 more
Sun, 18 Sept 2022
Huntingdon, United Kingdom
Perks of booking with Let's Do This
The event experience
Based on location
Where and when
Hinchingbrooke Country Park, Brampton Rd, Huntingdon PE29 6DB, UK
Sun, 18 Sept 2022
Half Marathon:9:00am |
The R.I.O.T Run name comes from a wonderful slogan: 'Running is our Therapy'. This 6 hour timed event follows the slogan brilliantly, a wonderful opportunity for runners of all abilities to come and enjoy pressure free running.
Competitors will complete laps of a 5.3k lap throughout Hinchingbrooke Country Park. The course itself will be flat over mixed terrain, with a combination of gravel footpaths and grass sections. You will have 6 hours to complete as many laps as you can, and if you're lucky maybe a little bit more because if you leave the base camp before 5:59:59, you can complete one more lap!
But don't be alarmed by this long time limit, this event is for runners of all abilities. This could be a great opportunity to run your first 5k, 10k, Half Marathon, Marathon or even Ultra Marathon. You can run as few or as many laps as you wish, resting between laps or pushing yourself through the whole 6 hours.
For those more experienced athletes looking to really push themselves, this is a brilliant opportunity to run a long distance with no other complications, no navigation, no kit required and with feed stations every lap.
Whether you are looking to run your 1st 10k, or your 50th Marathon, the brilliant Zig Zag Running team will cheer you all the way around.
- Medal(Lucky-Dip or Event Medal)
- Coffee and Cake for all finishers
- Event marshals
- Water/aid stations
- Bag drop
- Parking (small fee)
- Chip-timed results
How to get there
Hinchingbrooke Country Park, Brampton Rd, Huntingdon PE29 6DB, UKGet full directions
Hinchingbrooke Country Park is situated 20 miles north-west of Cambridge, in the town of Huntingdon. It can be accessed from the A1, A14 or the A141.
Parking will be available at the Hinchingbrooke Hospital, which is just a short walk from the Country Park. A marshal will be present to assist you with parking and direct you to the venue.
There will be an additional fee for parking, which has been reflected in the reduced entry price.
Huntingdon Train Station is just a short distance from the Country Park.
Event day logistics
09:00 Wave 1 starts
11:00 Wave 2 starts
15:00 Event ends
Participants have the choice to start their race at 9 am or 11 am. Please note that both waves will end at 3 pm, meaning those in the second wave will have a shorter time limit than those in the first wave.
You will collect your bib number on the day when you register at the event base camp.
You must be at least 18 years old to take part.
The race director will call all participants to the start line for a socially distanced race briefing, before you progress to the start line to start in groups of 6.
Lucky Dip Medal
The lucky dip medal gives runners a chance of receiving a previous Zig Zag Events medal for a slightly reduced cost. This can be chosen when registering and ensures a little surprise on event day.
Zig Zag Running
View more Zig Zag Running events
Since 2000, Zoe of Zig Zag Running started running, starting from scratch with the feat of trying to get to complete a 5k, taking the couch to 5k training plan. It just didn't stop there, over the years pushing herself, this self motivation eventually evolved into marathon running. Zoe has completed Marathons, Ultra Marathons, 5 Marathons in 5 Days, 52 marathons in 52 weeks, 10 marathons in 10 days, 100 marathons in 100 weeks, a 50k & a 50 mile Ultra marathon, with her target next of completing a 100 mile race. Stephens background is in Hypnosis, therapy, sports coaching and Entertainment. During this time we have both gained valuable experience in what it takes to organise a good marathon, we have also both met and made friends with some wonderful people who are such fun to be around, with useful advice, assistance and encouragement throughout the country and even in other corners of the world Our mission is to give our runners the best experience and encourage others to achieve their goals and dreams and to also impart the ideals of good sportsmanship, community and health.
Will there be a bag drop at the R.I.O.T Run?
There will be a space for baggage to be left (subject to COVID restrictions being lifted) but these are left at your own risk and should not contain valuables.
Do I need trail running shoes for the R.I.O.T Run?
Normal running trainers should be plenty for this event. If there has been wet weather trail shoes may be helpful, but running trainers should still be fine.
Will there be an aid station at the R.I.O.T Run?
Yes there will be an aid station supplying water and sugary snacks. It will be at the event Base Camp situated at the lap point of the 5.3k course.
Will there be parking at the R.I.O.T Run?
Yes there will be parking at Hinchingbrooke Hospital. There will be a cost for parking but this has been reflected in the reduced entry fee.
This event currently has no reviews, why not be the first? You could help someone find their perfect event.