The Omen 66.6

6 June 2020
Guilford Cathedral, UK (England)
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107 KM
1 day
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Difficulty:    Brutal

The Omen 66.6 Ultra and Baby Damien 6.66 is the first of the horrific running series. 

The full course takes in a good chunk of the North Downs Way with views of Guildford Cathedral as featured in The Omen film. At approximately 66.6 miles, point to point, this is a great distance for those preparing for a century or a tough challenge for less experienced ultra runners. 

Those who aren’t quite up to this can enter as a relay team (or stick to the roughly 6.66 mile option). The race information pack can be found here

We provide:

  • Technical t-shirt
  • Finishers medal
  • Prizes for top 3 men and women
  • GPS course
  • Live tracking
  • First aid
  • 8 checkpoints with sweet and savoury options and hot food and drinks later on during the race
  • Drop bag facility
  • Return transport to start for solo runners

Event Organiser

DAVID CHAPMAN

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