35th Charnwood Hills Race
05 Feb 2023
The Bowline Climbing Club are pleased to be hosting the 35th Charnwood Hills race on Sunday 5th February 2023. This is a FELL RACE under Fell Runners Association (FRA) rules. The course is approx 14 miles long and follows public footpaths and open country involving 1,200 feet of ascent over Bradgate, Broombriggs and Beacon Hill Country Parks. For more details including previous results and a map of the route please see the club website.
Entries are on a first come first served basis, entries will open at 8pm on Sunday 6th November here on EntryCentral. Entries are expected to sell out very quickly so we recommend setting up an account on EntryCentral before entries open. Please read the race prospectus (PDF download) before entering the race. Upon successful entry to the race the fee of £18 will taken from your debit/credit card. Note that we will guarantee places for the three fastest women and three fastest men from previous race (if you are one of these persons please contact us if you are not able to get an entry).
The categories for the race are aligned to the FRA categories for Women (U21, U23, Senior, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70 and 75) and for Men (U21, U23, Senior, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, and 75). We will give prizes to the first 3 women and men, and then a prize for the winner of each category. Although the FRA don't have team categories we will continue to do teams, with a prize for the 1st women's and 1st men's teams with first 3 runners to count in each team (bottle of wine for each team member of the winning team). We will also give a prize to the first Bowline Woman and Man.
The race is limited to 350 runners. No entries are allowed on the race day.
Entries are non refundable, however entries may be transferred using your EntryCentral account up until Sunday 29th January 2023.
|29 Jan 2023 00:00||£18.00|
For each sign-up, the organiser pays the Service Fee of 4% (min 50p). You pay no surcharge
Dates and Status
10:00:00 - 15:00:00
Total Places: 350
Places Available: ??