Summer White Rose Ultra 30
The Sumer White Rose Ultra - 30 miles from start to finish through the fantastic Yorkshire countryside, (it's actually 31.7 miles, that's 1.7 miles extra for free!), the perfect introduction to ultra distance running. You simply follow this amazingly well marked route, doing just the 1 lap.
Run, walk or crawl your way through God’s own country, to reach your end goal of completing a ‘little challenge'! The course is multi-terrain, with hills - one or two big hills - sections of natural tracks and trails, and some fantastic views! The last two or three miles is a lovely long down hill, or was it up hill... A Summer run, After party, BBQ, and Bar! (Exact start location tbc)
SWRU 30 Early bird (Includes BBQ))£43.50 BOOK
Prizes: 1st, 2nd, 3rd male
1st, 2nd, 3rd female
Aid stations on route
BBQ and after party
All finishers will receive a unique discount code gaining them 30% off entry to any Winter WRU distance!
Outlane Bowling Club, Stainland Rd, Holywell Green, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD3 3YU
By car: Huddersfield is easily accessible from the M62 Junctions 23 and 24. Use postcode HD3 3YU for your Satnav.
By train: TransPennine Express provides trains from Huddersfield to Manchester and Liverpool in the North West, and Newcastle and Middlesbrough in the North East, and also to York, Scarborough and Hull via Leeds. The station is also served by local Northern trains which between them provide services to Leeds, Wakefield Westgate, Manchester Victoria, Sheffield, Brighouse, Halifax and Bradford Interchange.
Please park sensibly nearby, preferably arrange to car share. The venue has limited parking, and this is for event staff only.
Registration: 06:30 - 8:30, when you will receive your Race Pack & final instructions.
Photo ID will be required: driving licence, student id, passport etc, at registration, you will also need to provide your name and address details, & an emergency contact.
Cut Off: 8 Hours. 15 mile point - 4 hours
You must carry all your own kit at all times. This is Summer so we will be relaxing the full mandatory kit list down to just the following:
- Waterproof jacket
- Water bottle and or cup, there are none at any of the aid stations. (yes a water bladder counts as a bottle but then you WILL need a cup)
- Mobile phone (make sure this is fully charged and not been used as any kind of navigational aid) put our number in it now 01484599123
- Foil blanket
- Safety pins for race numbers.
We will be doing random spot checks throughout the whole day, anyone who does not have this mandatory kit with them will be DQ'd These checks could take place at HQ, at one of the aid stations, or just at a CP we set up on the day.
Race numbers must be pinned/attached to your race t-shirt/top or race belt, and any medical conditions clearly written on the back of your number. You will need to show your race numbers for the duration of the ultra and at prize giving.
Race results will be published within two days after the race ends, on the WRU website under the 'Event Results'. On the day results will be available from the Race Results centre - somewhere near the finish line. We may even email results to you but we can't promise this! It is your responsibility to visit the website if you want them in a hurry!
The prize giving will be in the event centre as you pass through the finish line.
Refunds - Change of entry - Deferrals
There will be NO refunds.
There will be NO deferrals.
Name change is not available, you cannot change the name on the entry.
A finisher's medal will only be issued if you complete the distance. If you do not complete the distance, you will only receive a finish time for the distance you have completed.
Cup-less - As a step towards zero waste at any of our events, this event will be cup-less. This simply means that if you are not carrying a water bottle etc, you will need to bring some form of cup.
Age Restriction - Due to Child Protection and Insurance restrictions, we do not currently allow any under 18s to enter this event. But keep in touch or drop us an email as this might be changing.
Checkpoints - There are checkpoints and feed stations every few miles on the White Rose Ultra course. Some of the checkpoints feed / drink stations are manned by volunteers, many from local running clubs and the local community.
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