Sunday 13 February
organised by South London Orienteers
Each club’s 12 top scoring runners (from different age/gender groups) count towards the club’s total.
NEW! Final details
|Address||Thames Hare & Hounds Clubhouse, Richardson Evans Memorial Playing Fields, Roehampton Vale|
|OS grid reference||TQ215722|
|Maps||Google Maps, OpenStreetMap|
Directions to Registration
Approach from A3 southbound just before Robin Hood roundabout/gate. No. 85 bus linking Putney/Kingston stops close by.
Seniors £5.00 (+£2.00 for non-BOF members.)
Entry on the day only.
|Registration||From 0900 onwards|
|Start Times||Between 1000 and 1200|
Score event – visit as many controls as you can within:
- 60 mins for W/M18-55
- 40 mins for W/M16- and W/M60+ (scores will be multiplied by 1.5 for the team competition)
+ yellow and white colour coded courses.
+ Naughty Numbers for the young at heart.
Planner: Vince Roper
Controller: Andy Robinson
Organiser: Dorte Torpe Hansen – email or telephone 07785 720 283.
Prize giving 13.30 or sooner if possible.
Results will be available on the SLOW website after the event.
The results from the 2011 Box Hill Fell Race are here.
Congratulations to overall winner James McMullen of Thames Hare & Hounds and ladies’ winner Sarah Rollins of British Army Orienteering Club. James set a new course record of 46:55, beating Chris Beecham’s time of 47:17 in 1997. James McMullen was last year’s winner too, but improved his time by over five minutes. Sarah Rollins was also the ladies’ winner in the 2009 race.
Honour roll of historical winners.
Top photos by Chris Robinson. Bottom photo by Ed Catmur.
See below for a list of entries that have been accepted up for the race. No more entries will be accepted even if delivered by hand or delayed in the post. Please advise the entries secretary Dick Clark at of any errors or typos. There is no entry on the day.
Final_Entry List_Boxhill_2011 (PDF)
Full event details
- OK Nuts Trophy: Ralph Street
- Heather Monro Trophy: Johanna Olsson
- Margaret Loveless Trophy: Peter Bray*
Congratulations this year’s trophy winners, who were all U21s!
Well done to everyone who braved the snowy weather and got around the courses. If you enjoyed Longmoor, BAOC are running another event there on Wednesday 29 December – the Military Challenge. MTBO (12km-40km) and Foot-O (3.5km-18km) courses are available. Advance entry is available. For more details, see here.
Top: The start of the Full Blood Race. Above: Competitors on the Half Blood Race. Photographs by Chris Robinson
Update at 3pm on Saturday – The OK Nuts Trophy event on Sunday is currently ON. The A3 and the access road into the camp are currently clear, the gritter lorries for the area are based at Longmoor.
However please allow a significant amount of extra time to get to the event as the A3 may have very slow moving traffic, particularly the single-carriageway section at Hindhead.
See current traffic speeds on the A3 heading south on Google Maps or Frixo.
Be prepared for running in snow!
Please double-check SLOWeb before you travel in case there is late-breaking information.
via Teresa Turner, organiser
Bib numbers for this Sunday’s OK Nuts Trophy races – needed by the Blood Race competitors only – are now on the event’s page.
Tim and CJ hosted the Pimlico Street-O on Tuesday and also provided the food and mulled wine for the post-race Christmas social! Results are now up.
All runners were given a Santa hat to run in, with a team badge on it. By swapping the hats with other runners met during the race, competitors could gain an extra thirty points. With around 60 people in Santa hats running around Pimlico, Victoria, Millbank and Belgravia for an hour, our presence on the streets was highly visible!
> – Pair of silver/lime green Asics running shoes
> – Petzl (maroon Tikka XP)
> – Black glove (probably ladies)
Photo by John Owens of SLOW’s Dan and EdS in the kitchen, after the race in Pimlico.
Final details for the OK Nuts race on Sunday 19 December are available here (PDF).
For further information, see the general event details, which are here. There is also a link from here to start times/blocks and Blood Race bib numbers.
The closing date for online entries extended to Tuesday 14 December, and entries will be available on the day.
Please also see the general event details page for late-breaking news.