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That’s another month gone by and suddenly another 12 hours of pure adventure racing is upon us. The new format on the Open 12 of 6 hours of racing and a break then 6 hours more may sound easier but don’t be lulled into a false sense of security we have plenty of surprises up our sleeves. Experienced Endurance racer; Dave Johnson has planned this game of two halves and is looking forward to his course being put to the ultimate test.
Don’t forget that caterer’s Sticky Ginger are providing food from 9am onwards on the Saturday and they have brought in a mammoth amount of supplies for hungry racers on Sunday as you cross the finish line.
More details on the Open12, entries close Sunday night.
Ready for Action
It is survival of the fittest - so if you have made it over the first two hurdles in the Planetfear Endurance Series you will be ready for the final leap – the Open 24. It will be a few weeks yet until we release the exact location in North Wales where the fun will begin but sea paddling is making up a significant chunk of the race so it narrows down the options. Who knows what Andy has ready for you but you can guarantee that you will visit some of the far flung corners of this Welsh playground.
More details on the Open24.
Win over £200 of mapping
Your chance to win over £200 of mapping from Anquet! - Don’t forget that we will be drawing the winner of this fabulous competition with Anquet at the end of the Open 12 so just click here and answer the question for your chance to win.
78 peaks in 24 Hours!
Steve Birkinshaw’s 24 hour Fell Record attempt takes place this weekend. Not sure what that is? Well Steve intends to climb as many Lake District Fells as he can in 24 hours. The current record was set in 1997 by Mark Hartell with a distance of about 90 miles and 70,000ft of climbing! We will be testing out our new trackers so tracking his progress. So if you want to keep up to date with where he is at click onto here
Ready, Steady, Get Wet, Go!
Last Minute Entries to the WCK's summer solstice event! It is race day on Lake Windermere tomorrow (Saturday) so if you fancy entering one of the canoe races, there are places still available. There is plenty to do with boats to try out races to watch, or just dipping your feet into the water and taking in the fun.
More details on the Windermere Canoe Kayak website here
PS Price for adidas TERREX event goes up again midnight of 1st July, entries close 1st August unless full..
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