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We welcome you to the Swiss Alps 100 trail race, where you will experience some of the finest trails and views of the famous Swiss Alps mountains. Our courses, which are part run on the UNESCO World Heritage, are incredibly scenic, yet strenuous and challenging. Some parts of the course, like the 1300 meter (4260ft) climb to the Breithorn in only 10.3km (6.4 miles), will test each runner with terrain and surroundings that are truly magnificent.
The Rose of the Shires Ultra is back! We are excited to give you another opportunity to enjoy this race in a fantastic central location, with a single loop making for easy planning and logistics. The route takes in the beautiful Northamptonshire countryside with two country parks, Salcey Forest, the Grand Union Canal and 21 pretty villages and towns following parts of the Nene Way, the Midshires Way and the Northampton Round. There are 6 checkpoints at 6 to 8 mile intervals.
Follow this ancient pathway from coast to coast, this way marked trail has been associated with early saints and missionaries and early Celtic traders seeking to trade with the Egyptians and Greeks of flee the yellow plague in Wales in the sixth century. The route is a supported, self navigation exercise with 3 manned checkpoints with fluid and sustenance along the route. All runners will receive a unique Saints Way Challenge 2019 medal and go down as the first group to complete this one day challenge in what is sure to become an annual event!
The Swim Long event is a GPS tracked point to point sea swim. The route is a simple traverse along the seafront to Hengistbury Head (and back). Swimmer's handrail the beach by 50 meters. Each swimmer is issued a tow float that carries their GPS tracker and acts as an emergency buoyancy aid should it be required