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The 2007 Trail Challange Half Marathon will be held on Sunday 23rd September from the Ranelagh Harriers Club House, Petersham, TW10 7AA (map link here). The event flyer and entry form can be found here – save £2 by entering the race in advance.
The race start times are as follows:
Half marathon – 10:30am
2km junior race – 10:45am
12km race – 11:00am
6km race – 11:15am
London Rat Race partnership
SLOW is an now an official partner of the London Rat Race to be held on 29-30 September, and the Half Marathon Trail Challenge on 23rd September is an official practice navigation event for the Rat Race.
The London Rat Race is
an adventure race being held in London with around 800 individuals taking
part. SLOW will be providing the use of SLOW maps for some of the
navigation exercises and Andy Robinson will be providing planning
advice. (The exact locations in use are secret!)
Trail Challenge Half Marathon – key information
Please note the following:
The club house is in the grounds of Dysart Arms pub. Can you please not use the car park by the club house as it is reserved for pub clients (who will be going for their Sunday lunches). If you come by car, can you please park in one of the nearby streets.
The suggested way to get the Ranelagh Harriers Club House by using public transport is by going by train or tube to Richmond Station and then taking the bus 65 (stand E) towards Kingston. Look out for Dysart Arms which is opposite Petersham Gate into Richmond Park.
CHANGING AND KIT
The club house has changing rooms and will be manned at all times.
POST RACE FOOD
Food and snacks being provided by one of the members of Ranelagh Harriers. Please pay directly the lady who is providing the food.
WHAT TO BRING
You do not need any special equipment as we are providing the maps and electronic micro-chips. Bring your normal running kit to run in – trainers and shorts are fine.
Please contact the event organiser Mark Vyvyan-Robinson (email@example.com) for further information.
See you on the 23rd September!
Page updated 22 September 2007