SW 360 Miles Relay Challenge

31 July 2021
Lands End , Cornwall, UK (England)
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trail race
144 KM
4 days
30 Runners
Difficulty:    Intermediate
ENTRY FEE:    220 GBP

The objective of the SW 360 is to run as a relay team the length of the South West coast path from Land’s End to Studland in Dorset. Teams start on Friday 31st July and have 4 days to complete the course. Runners take it in turns to carry the GPS tracker along the path.

Rules:

Runners must carry the teams GPS tracker with them at all times whilst on the course

Teams are to manage there own change over locations, runners may run any distance they like

Drive round estuary sections will be deducted from total finish time

Marked check points on the course map must be visited

Teams are to be self sufficient in all respects

Teams provide their own transport

Land’s End, Cornwall to Studland, Dorset

Prices:

£220 Team of 4 (£55 a head)

£400 Team of 8 (£50 a head)

£540 Team of 12 (£45 a head)

Distance: 360 miles, give or take..

Schedule:

Start window 06:00 – 10:00 Friday 31st July

Event Organiser

Calum Frampton

Event Organiser

Peter Mason

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