The 2020 24 Hour almost sold out with just 2 places remaining. A few spots left in the 6 and 12 hour events.
The races will take place on the 18th/19th of April 2020.
You can enter via the link on the right hand side through EntryCentral.com.
There are no places left in any of the races but if anyone withdraws I am able to enter a runner who may be on the waiting list.
Thank you for your support.
If you wish to go on the waiting lists for the 24 and 12 hour races go to the Entrycentral system. You will not be charged unless you are offered a place.
There are still places available for the 6 hour race.
The 24 hour race is now full with 2 names already on the waiting list.
However there are 10 places left in the 12 hours and 15 for the 6 hours.
However, there are still places available in the 6 and 12 hours. The 6 hour race starts at 12 noon with the 24 hour race but the 12 hours is a night run starting at 8.00 pm.
For those folk taking part in 100 mile races or the long distance canal runs, the 12 hours is perfect preparation to feel what it is like to run through the night.
Don’t delay, enter now.
Entries are now open for the 2019 6, 12 and 24 hour races through Entrycentral.com.
The date is Saturday the 13th of April 2019.
Brief notes from the Crawley AIM 24/12/6 Hour Races 2018.
Grant MacDonald won the 24 hour race at the K2 stadium yesterday, 8th April setting a new course record for the event with 233.73 km.
Sarah Sawyer won the womens race, second overall, also setting a new women’s course record of 205.683 km .
Norbert Mihalik won the 12 hour with 142 km and Karen Wallace won the women’s event with 110 km.
Dan Lawson’s winning distance of 81.211 is the fifth best performance at 6 hours in the world so far this year. Tracy Dean won the women’s event, third overall, with 70.840 km – third best performance in the world this year.
Congratulations to all who took part in this years event and many thanks to the volunteers, sponsors and support teams who made this event possible.
Download the full Crawley AIM 24/12/6 Hour results
Sarah Sawyers race report – Crawley 24 Hours – Things I Learnt from Running Around a Track for 24 Hours
I am pleased to announce that, yet again, the wonderful Keith Godden (UltraMarathonRunningStore) is providing some prizes for the race. Thanks Keith.