Hardmoors 60

19 September 2020
Guisborough, Yorkshire & the Humber, UK (England)
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The Hardmoors 60 is a 60 miles race along the Cleveland coast, starting at Guisborough and ending at the Methodist Hall in Filey. It includes Saltburn, Runswick Bay, Staithes, Whitby, Robin Hoods Bay, Ravenscar and Scarborough.

There will be an early morning coach to take runners from Filey to the start line at Guisborough.

There are seven checkpoints with water and food and the race is marshalled. Two non-returnable drop bags are allowed as are support crews, at the designated places. There is mandatory kit that will be check before and during the race.

The cut-off time is 18 hours but there are partial cut-off times in place at each check point. And finishing this race earns UTMB points.

Event Organiser

Shirley Steele

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Increase of up to 2000 metres with very challenging climatic conditions (e.g. ice, snow, humidity, heat or at high altitude)

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Very experienced long distance ultra runners (min 3 years’ experience) or are doing regular long distance running (>50 miles) with elevation and conditions shown (where possible). Admission to these races is often subject to receipt of a recent medical examination certificate. Purchase of specialist kit is often recommended for these races.

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Increase of up to 2000 metres with some challenging climatic conditions (e.g. ice, snow, humidity or heat)

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Experienced runners who have completed at least 4 ultras in last 12 months, or are doing regular long distance running (>50 miles) with elevation and conditions shown (where possible). Admission to these races may be subject to receipt of a recent medical examination certificate. Check with the race organiser regarding entry requirements.

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Runners who have completed several ultra distances or similar events, or are doing long distance running regularly, with elevation shown.

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Runners who have completed at least one ultra in last 6 months or are doing long distance running (>26 miles) regularly, with elevation shown.

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First ultra event. Runners completing a marathon or doing regular long distance running (>26 miles) in the last 6 months.