On The Whistle

We are a local running events company. Set up by Del Roberts, Claire Fleming and Kiernan Easton. Hosting simple events for runners of all abilities

Start 2019 in style and stick to your New Years resolution of either getting fit, moving more, running or just getting out there and burning some of those Christmas calories.

The 2019 Resolution Run is returning to the Hayling Billy Line on Hayling Island for its third year.

The Resolution Run is a 6 hour timed event along the old Hayling Billy Railway line. Complete one 4.4mile lap to qualify for the medal or continue to run further laps achieving 10k, half marathon, marathon, and ultra distance or something in between, its up to you.

Resolution Run – Hayling Island

January

Resolution Run – Hayling Island

After the success of our first Batty Bimble event last year we will be returning in 2019 to the Hogmor Enclosure. This will once again be a 6 hour timed multi-lap event. Each lap being approximately 3.3 miles. The trail is a compact gravel for part of the way, and sand for the rest. 4 laps for a half marathon, 8 for a marathon, and 19 for an Ultra.

Set in what was part of the old Army tank training facilities in Bordon, this has been converted into a nature park, and we are extremely fortunate to be allowed to put host an event there. We run with kind permissions from the MOD, Deadwater Valley Trust, Bordon and Whitehill Regeneration Office and East Hants District Council.

The Batty Bimble

March

The Batty Bimble

This race is a 6 hour timed event that runs along the beautiful old Meon Valley Railway line. Providing you complete just one of the 3.3mile laps you'll qualify for the medal and then you can carry on doing further laps for as long as you wish with lots of people targeting 10k, half marathon, marathon, and ultra distance. Then again you're very welcome to do something in between it is completely up to you!

This really is an awesome event for anyone who's keen to try a new distance and doesn't want the pressure of a set length course. It can also be a chance to fit into your training block and practicing all of your race day routine without having to find something the right distance for your training schedule.

Just to really fit in with the Star Wars Theme there is then another event a day later called Revenge of the Fifth so if you want a full weekend of George Lucas inspired running then why not do the double!

May The Fourth

May

May The Fourth

The Revenge of the Fifth is a 6 hour timed event along the old Meon Valley Railway line. Complete one 3.3mile lap to qualify for the medal or continue to run further laps achieving 10k, half marathon, marathon, and ultra distance or something in between, its up to you.

At the end of each lap an aid station will be stocked with all the goodies runners like: water, squash, jelly babies, Haribo, crisps and cakes. All the things required to help set you off for another lap or two or if you prefer you can ring the bell to officially finish your run and collect your medal.

Revenge of The Fifth

May

Revenge of The Fifth

This is a 6 hour timed multi-lap event. Each lap being approximately 3.8 miles. The trail is a mixture or road and trail paths. 4 laps for a half marathon, 7 for a marathon, and 9 for an Ultra. Set in the stunning scenery of Stansted House with the kind permission of the Estate and Events team at Stansted House, and the landowners surrounding the estate.

At the end of each lap our aid station will be stocked with all the goodies runners like: water, squash, jelly babies, Haribo, crisps and cakes. All the things required to help set you off for another lap or two, or if you prefer you can ring the bell to officially finish your run and collect your medal.

Why Not Run

July

Why Not Run

This is a 6 hour timed mulitlap event with each lap being approximately 3.8 miles long. The trail is compact gravel for the whole course. Complete 1 lap to be an offical finisher of the event and qualify for the bespoke medal or continue and complete more laps. Complete 4 laps for a half marathon, 7 for a marathon, and 8 for an Ultra.

At the end of each lap our aid station will be stocked with all the goodies runners like: water, squash, jelly babies, Haribo, crisps and cakes. All the things required to help set you off for another lap or two, or if you prefer you can ring the bell to officially finish your run and collect your medal.

This event is recognised by the 100 Marathon Club, so complete 7 laps and it will count towards membership of the 100 Marathon Club

Woodland Way challenge

September

Woodland Way challenge

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