The venue for our Monday evening run for the Autumn/Winter is the promenade on Worthing Seafront at the Southern end of Grand Avenue.
Start time at 6:30pm. This run is open to all runners, equally relevant for those just starting out with their running and those who have had a busy weekend of training or racing and simply want a recovery run.
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!
Good luck to Simon Thistlethwaite doing this 10k for Cancer research – but this isn’t any 10k as it covers 323m with a 205m elevation
Set in the picturesque surroundings of the Surrey Hills this 10k course will be a serious hill-climb challenge to the summits of Box Hill.
With steep gradients and a mixture of grass, woodland tracks and paved paths the route will mount challenging inclines but with the ultimate reward of unrivalled panoramic views across the surrounding countryside and towards the south coast.
Well known for one of the most challenging hill climbs on the 2012 Olympic cycling route, this Toughest course will put participants to the ultimate test.