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Apple Pi Run - races of 2 decimal places

14 Jul 2019

This Festival is in a testing state, and is not open for public sign-ups until the organiser has launched it.

Organiser's Description

Apple Pi Run - races of 2 decimal places. Sunday 14th July 2019.  Run 3.14 to 40.82 miles (1 to 13 laps of a scenic mostly flat offroad course with one or two hills to keep you on your toes), the Pi marathon option or a 1 mile fun run for younger kids (half mile out and half mile back).  Bespoke Pi Pie medals for all competitors, so tasty we named them twice. £2 from each entry goes to National Trust.

Juniors participation on 3.14 mile loop: maximum distances 8-11yrs 1 lap, 12-14yrs 2 laps, 15yrs 4 laps.  Under 12's must be accompanied by an adult at all times.  12-15 year old children must have an adult at the start/ finish or, of course, are welcome to be accompanied. 


The venue: Shalford Park, Guildford, GU48AA.  Alternative courses are available if conditions dictate a change.


Car-parking: Shalford Park car park with overflow onto the grass (unless ground conditions are unseasonably soft) is included in your entry fee. 

Registration and race briefing: Collect your race number and goodies on race morning from 08:00. Race briefing at 08:50 start is 09:00  The Mini Mince Pi Run will provisionaly start shortly after the races of 2 decimal places.


Please ensure your race number is on your front so that we can record your laps and times.


Important note: the majority of the course is off road and along the waters edge, there are one or two points where the path is a little erroded and extra care should be taken.  Please don't fall in the water, if you fancy a dip we will be organising events which involve swimming.


Results will be available online as soon as possible after the event.


11 Jul 2019£20.00
11 Jul 2019£6.00
For each sign-up, the organiser pays the Service Fee of 4% (min 50p). You pay no surcharge

Dates and Status

Date: 14 Jul 2019

Closing Date: 11 Jul 2019

Status: Closed

Apple Pi Run - races of 2 decimal places??/300
Mini Apple Pi Run??/50


David Chapman