Due to COVID-19 We have decided to Cancel this year’s race.
Join us for a fantastic multi-terrain 8 mile race around Hungerford and surrounding countryside.
Sunday 21 June 2020, 10am to be confirmed
Where: Hungerford Rugby Club, The Triangle Field, Priory Road, Hungerford, RG17 0AN (with easy parking).
How to Enter:
- Enter through FullOnSport here.
- Cost: £12 UKA Affiliated, £14 Unaffiliated and £16 on the day (if spaces still available)
2km Fun Run and Children’s Races
- 9.30am there will be Children’s Races (Pre-school, KS1 and KS2).
- 10.05am there will be a 2km Fun Run (open to everyone!), immediately following the main race.
- Entries for these events will be taken on the day only: £2.50 for Children’s Races and £2.50 for the Fun Run.
Hungerford Hares ‘Harey 8’ is registered under Trail Permit Number 3445. Please note that as a TRA race, participants must be 17 years of age or over on the event date to take part in the event.
There will be unique ‘trophies’ for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Male and Female, and the winners for the following age categories;1st F40, 1st M40, 1st F50, 1st M50, 1st F60, 1st M60. Prize winners will only receive one prize even if they have won in 2 categories. Minimum age 17 years on race day.
Regrettably, the course is unsuitable for wheelchair athletes. Race under UK Athletics rules. No dogs are allowed on the Triangle field. There may be livestock in the fields out on the course therefore we ask that dogs are not taken on the course.
This year our chosen charity is Lambourn Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA). Based locally, the charity champions disabled people and excels as a provider of disability sport.
“Very well marshalled and easy to follow the route. It was my first trail run which was a wonderful challenge and beautiful scenery compared with tarmac. A very well organised local run across beautiful countryside.”
“Very well marshalled, friendly and helpful.”
“First timer. Loved it! Excellent facilities. Lovely scenic trail run. Very well marshalled and organised. Will come again and bring friends.”
Photo credit: Mike Robbins