An out-and-back fast course the race runs west towards Shoreham on the promenade. After Hove Lagoon the course meets Basin Road South (this will be closed for the race). Following Shoreham Docks the race turns at Carats Café at 5 km returning to the finish at Hove Lawns. This course is capable of producing fast times as it is flat and relatively straight. Part of the Sussex Grand Prix Series
The first 4 finishers from each “club” will constitute a team. can we muster a Team?
COURSE: The race starts in Arundel Town Centre. Following a circuit of the town, runners enter the grounds of Arundel Castle by the lower gates, climb through the grounds, loop around Arundel Park and return back through the Castle to the finish in the Town Square. The course is a mixture of tarmac road (75%) and downland grass tracks (25%) – a well known route to many Tuffs from our saturday morning runs.
AGE LIMIT: All entrants must be aged 16 or over on the day of the race
ENTRANTS LIMIT: 700 runners
PRIZES: Awards in all categories. For categories, please see our website: www.arundelscouts.org.uk.
Mementoes for all finishers. Presentations at approx.10.30-11.00am
There is a 2 hour time limit on this race.
Organised by Sussex Trail Events who are very passionate about this race as Jay and Danny did the L2B extreme trail race and Chris ran the last ever road race. We believe the L2B has a long history in British running scene and deserves to be continued as a race. If you would like to know more please read our article in issue 4 of Ultra running magazine.
The Race will start at Blackheath London ( the start of the London Marathon) and follows roads, footpaths and bridleways through Kent, Surrey and Sussex. You will cross both the North Downs Way and South Downs way and finish in Madiera Drive, Brighton the historic finish of the London 2 Brighton Road race and dip your feet in the sea.
This is a self navigating race but we do mark the course with L2B stickers on Footpath signs, it is a tough route with only 5 aid stations so you must be a competent trail runner with navigational skills and be able to be self sufficient between aid stations they are roughly 9-10 miles apart..
60 miles – if you dont get lost
30% Road/70% Trail
14 hour cut off
5 fully laden Aid stations
Standard places now full – charity slots only
Most of this undulating race follows roads with 3 miles being off-road along well-maintained forest track.
The New Forest Marathon is a popular race that inspires a lot of interest. Having been cancelled in 2014, the race has made a welcome return under new management.
The race starts and finishes at New Park Farm, Brockenhurst. Runners follow a multi-terrain route taking them through the New Forest, including much stunning scenery along the way.
The finish line is outside The Old Barn Inn. Most runners pop inside after recovering for a celebratory beer!
The Chestnut Tree House Littlehampton 10k run is fast, flat and suitable for both experienced and first time runners. After a record breaking year in 2017, we’re hoping 2018 will be even bigger and better! The route takes place on closed roads in Littlehampton and Rustington, as well as along the beautiful promenade.
- Chip timing
- Fast, flat route
- Medal and goody bag for all finishers
- Free parking
- Post race massage service
- Team registration available
- Top fundraiser prize