Venue: Worksop College
Capacity: 600 (around 156 teams)
Distance: 12 hour run on 5km circuit
Price: £45 per runner
A 12 hour running party ! (once you've finished your homework!)
You can take part solo or come as a team of up to 8 runners.
Each runner then sets around our off road 5k route around the picturesque 330 acre grounds of Worksop College.
A runner can do as many laps as they want before handing over to their fellow runner.
How you 'keep running' for 12 hours is entirely up to you and your team.
The event is fully chipped timed with aid and feeding station on route!
Entry includes a bespoke medal, tech t-shirt, running buff, and a fantastic aid station.
You'll probably pick up pretty soon that we're a little bit excited about the theme (we have a feeling you may feel the same!)
It's going to be amazing!
'You got this!'
If you're running solo then we've got your back!
We have a dedicate solo runner support team if you don't bring your own (even if you do they'll still be supporting), helping you with nutrition supplies, water and keeping a close eye on you :)
Teams can be mixed (at least one runner of the opposite gender) or all male or female.
They can be between two to eight amazing people.
Once you've decided on the size of your team then nominate a team captain (or prefect!) to enter the event, pick a team name and password.
The team prefect can just pay for their entry and then send a payment link to the others to pay when they're ready (we know how painful it can be been the boss but we're sure the team will reward you with quick replies and a high five at the end of the day!
Price £45 per runner
If you missed out on adding any race extras when you entered then you can do that here.
We aim to keep the entry price as low as possible and then it's up to you what you do / don't want :) ... we just hope someone joins us for the party !
Change a runner name, transfer, update team name or contact details and anything else you should wish to do!
Worksop Colleges story dates back to the 19th century when the school was founded by Victorian Educational Reformer, Canon Nathaniel Woodard. A generous gift of land from the Duke of Newcastle’s Clumber estate has been extended over the years to provide the 330-acre estate on which the College stands today.