Ultra Running

The Green Man Ultra comes in two formats the 45 mile distance and the 30 mile distance. Both races are held on the same course on the same day and have the same checkpoints and finish, just with differing start locations.

The Green Man Ultra 45 is a full loop of the Community Forest Path, starting and finishing at the stunning Ashton Court Mansion House just outside the centre of Bristol. Parking for the event is strictly in the Church Lodge car park and then walk up to the Mansion House, following the race signs.

The Green Man Ultra 30 (affectionately known as The Green Boy) is a partial loop of the Community Forest Path, starting in Keynsham at checkpoint two of the 45 mile route and finishing at the stunning Ashton Court Mansion House just outside the centre of Bristol. Other than the start time, distance and location, all information for the 45 mile event is also relevant for the 30 mile event.

The Green Man Ultra

March

The Green Man Ultra

An incredible challenge, an incredible journey: a run from John O' Groats to Lands End - 860 miles over 17 days. That's averaging 50 miles each day! The 2XU JOGLE follows a classic route, all on road; it's incredibly demanding and athletes will need all their fitness and resolve to complete it.

LATEST NEWS FOR the 2018 race The 1st place finisher gets to drive away one of our G4 Landrovers for 10 months (or 10,000 miles whichever is the sooner). Ts & Cs apply.
Take on the challenge of this incredible journey, covering 860 miles (1384km) over 17 days. Thats averaging 50 miles (81km) each day!

2XU Jogle

March

2XU Jogle

Malvern Hills Ultra entrants can choose various race distances, between 23, 31, 38, 46 & 92 miles (The Double). The total ascent of the 46 mile race is over 6,000 ft, the 92 mile race is obviously double that!

Malvern Hills Ultra

May

Malvern Hills Ultra

Utilising the longest riverside walk in Britain, the Severn Challenge takes you along 210 miles of path, from the source of Afon Hafren (Welsh for River Severn) to the mouth of the River Severn. Added to this the four mile trek to reach the source, the Severn Challenge commands an impressive distance of 217 miles.

Severn Challenge

May

Severn Challenge

From Maesmawr B&B the route remains away from the river, going through Hollybush, Rhyd-y-felin, and finally rejoining the river Severn at Dolerw Park, passing the Gorsedd stone circle, which marks the site of Newtons Eisteddfod. Continue along the river Severn which joins the Montgomery Canal Walk, past the Pwll Penarth Nature Reserve, Welshpool, Offas Dyke Path, Breidden Hills through to Montford Bridge. Onward through Bicton entering the outskirts of Shrewsbury and finally reaching Camp-Two which is the Wingfield Arms Camping Site.

The Severn Plod Ultra

May

The Severn Plod Ultra

Third stage of the Severn Challenge, which can be done as a single Ultra event. Meandering through Shrewsbury the 60 mile course is mostly flat and hugs the river for much of its length, producing stunning scenery and landmarks.

The Severn Path Ultra

May

The Severn Path Ultra

This is another comparatively flat stage. Heading through; Grimley, Worcester, Upton-on-Severn and Tewkesbury. Reaching Gloucester, the river meanders, taking in Epney, Priding and Frampton-on-Severn where the path follows the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal to Manor Farm, which is Camp-Four.

The Severn Way Ultra

May

The Severn Way Ultra

This is another comparatively flat stage. The path soon reaches the river again at Purton, briefly departing at Sharpness and Newton before circumnavigating the Berkeley Power Station, then back to the river taking on Oldbury-on-Severn, Oldbury Pill and Littleton Pill.

The Bristol Severn

May

The Bristol Severn

England's longest river path from the source of the Thames in the Cotswolds, to the Thames Barrier in Greenwich, a distance of 184 miles. The challenge is to complete the entire length over a four day period. The Thames Challenge is the 'Sister' event of The Severn Challenge. Each daily Ultra - Cotswold Ultra, Oxford Ultra, Windsor Ultra, Richmond Ultra - can be done individually.

The BRC Thames Challenge

August

The BRC Thames Challenge

Second stage of the 4-day Thames Challenge, which can be done as a single one-day Ultra. 66 miles from the Ferryman Inn at Bablock Hythe, through Oxfordshire, much of the route following the Thames Path. Competitors of the Thames Challenge & the Cotswold Ultra, must arrive at Kemble Station for registration and equipment checks.

From the Ferryman Inn at Bablock Hythe, the path leaves the river here for a while, returning at Skinners Weir and along to Pinkhill Weir. Between Wytham Great Wood and the Thames, the path leads on to Oxfords edge, the spectacular Sandford Weir and then Culham and Cholsey.

A departure from the river bank brings us through Moulsford, but soon returns, going past Streatley and Whitchurch-on-Thames. A short deviation through the town of Purley Park, past Tilehurst, Reading, finally arriving at Hurley Caravan & Camping which is Camp-Site Two for Thames Challenge competitors, or the conclusion of The Oxford Ultra.

The Oxford Ultra

August

The Oxford Ultra

The Windsor Ultra is organised by Ultra Running Limited and is open to individuals who must achieve a minimum 4mph pace. Below 4mph you will not be allowed to continue and stopped at the first available check-point. All entrants must be 20 years of age or over at the start of the race. Each competitor must ensure that they carry with them all of their individual requirements needed to complete the race.

Every entrant must confirm that they have read these rules and other event information and therefore understand the nature of the event and that participation is at their own risk.

The Windsor Ultra

August

The Windsor Ultra

The Richmond Ultra is organized by Ultra Running Limited and is open to runners who need to achieve a minimum of 4mph. Below this you will not be allowed to continue through a check-point. All entrants must be 18 years of age or over at the start of the race. Each competitor must ensure that they carry with them all of their individual requirements needed to complete the race.

Every entrant must confirm that they have read these rules and other event information and therefore understand the nature of the event and that participation is at their own risk.

The Richmond Ultra

August

The Richmond Ultra

The Buff Joust 24hr is a medieval themed 24hr off road race suitable for teams and solo BUFF logo+ TOMH horizontal for Sports line CMYKrunners. Camping is situated around the race start location at Top Barn Camp Site on the 1st /2nd September 2018. The race will be run over a circa 4.95 mile loop following parts of the Severn Way along the river until Grimley then returning back to the camp site through a mixture of fields, footpaths and very quiet lanes. The course is well marked and marshalled, easily navigable and relatively flat.

The Joust 24hr

August

The Joust 24hr

Well, the route goes through the village of Hallow so this race series just had to happen! The Halloween race is a 7 in 7 challenge - compete in 7 consecutive marathons in 7 days. The route is a two loop course starting from Little Bowbrook, Hartlebury; the terrain is mainly tarmac, generally on footpath, and flat. All the races are open for single day entry and you can further choose between three distances - marathon, half marathon or 10k. 30 October - 5 November.

Halloween 7in7

October

Halloween 7in7

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