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Thames Path 100 2015

  • 2 May 2015
  • 900ft
  • 100mi
  • £130

100 miles non-stop on foot along the River Thames from Richmond, London to Oxford. 28 hour time limit. Total Climb: 900 feet. Date: 2nd May 2015.

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Autumn 100 2015

  • 17 Oct 2015
  • 3840ft
  • 100mi
  • £130

Originally the 'Winter 100'. 100 mile trail run taking in the Ridgeway and Thames Path National trails. Total Climb: 3,840ft. 4th Annual. Date: 17th October 2015.

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SDW50 2015 Race Report

1 week, 4 days ago (Thursday 12:15, Apr 09, 2015)

This race once again set a number of records for us, particularly notable were: Biggest starting field Fastest ever finishing time at a Centurion Event Closest ever finish to a race cut off At the sharp end of the race, the lead up was full of discussion about some very interesting battles that might shape up on the day. In the men’s race the head to head seemed to be between returning champ and CR holder Paul Navesey and young…

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The Centurion ultra blog

2015 SDW50 Preview

1 month ago (Sunday 20:23, Mar 15, 2015) by JamesElson

So here we are with the first race of the 2015 Centurion season! The SDW50 is our biggest field of the year and our fastest race. With British ultrarunning going from strength to strength the fields are getting deeper, despite the growing number of events. It's fantastic to see some drama unfolding at the front end as runners begin to push each other and hence overall times, to the limits. This preview comes with the usual caveats. It's…

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@sarahjacob @ultraperk I won't retweet that buts that's a stonker of a pic !!!
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After 3 editions and a total of 10 finishers, the Piece of String Fun Run will be taking a hiatus in 2015, and... http://t.co/oVwEmy0OLX
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RT @UltraRunDan: Another cracking day out in Snowdonia. Time to get down to it! http://t.co/x3y3fORrof
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