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Warrington Way 40 Mile Trail Ultramarathon

13th Nov 2021

Organiser Contact

Kieran Walshe
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Tel: Landline: 01925 759687Mobile: 07508 327358
Link / Email: warringtonway@lymmrunners.org.uk
Website: https://lymmrunners.org.uk/warrington-way/
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Further information

The Warrington Way is a 40 mile ultramarathon race, following public footpaths, country lanes and roads in an anticlockwise loop circumnavigating the town of Warrington, starting and finishing in Lymm. It is open to solo runners (undertaking the full 40 miles themselves);pairs (undertaking 20 miles each); and to relay teams of 4 runners (each undertaking one 10 mile stage). Entrants are provided with a full OS map and written directions, and a GPS route file. They self-navigate around the route, visiting each checkpoint in turn. The route is not signposted like a road race, though reusable race marker tags are placed at junctions/turns, and removed afterwards. The race is run under licence and rules of the Trail Running Association, affiliated to UK Athletics, which also provides public liability insurance.rn rnThere are manned checkpoints at 10 miles (Houghton Green), 20 miles (Bold), 30 miles (Hatton) and the start/finish (Lymm). Drinks and food are available to entrants at each checkpoint and at the finish.rn rnThe event is on Saturday 13th November 2021 starting at 7.30am There is a maximum completion time of 12 hours. There will be a maximum of 300 entries. The event is supported by RTC Medical Solutions.

Where and When

Venue: Pepper Street, Warrington, WA13 0JG, England
Date: 13th Nov 2021
Time: 07:00
Cost: Affiliated Fee: 30. Unaffiliated Fee: 32.

Course details

Extent: 40 Miles
Admits: Runners
Course: 1 Laps
Silhouette: 259 Metres climb
Underfoot: The Warrington Way 40 mile trail ultramarathon is a circular course starting and finishing in the village of Lymm and circumnavigating the town of War
Navigation: It is self-navigated by runners who are provided with a colour OS map with the route marked, and with a detailed narrative route description. A GPX fi