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The Hardmoors 60

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Saturday 17th to Sunday 18th September 2022

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Saturday 2nd October 2021 at 18:00
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Sunday 4th September 2022
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223 Entries
Entry Fees

Before 1st May - £89 attached / £91 unattached 
From 1st May - £94 attached / £96 unattached  

Relay Teams - £112

Contact
Event Organiser - Jonathan Steele/Shirley Steele

SORRY NO DOGS ALLOWED

The 2022 Hardmoors 60  start  will be held at  0800  on Saturday 17th September 2022  at   Guisborough  Rugby Club

Guisborough Rugby Club
Belmangate
GUISBOROUGH
TS14 7BB

Registration 

 

0630-0745

Race Start

0800

Tracker

Included in your race entry is a Tracker. A tracker will give out your location at any time online. A huge bonus for safety reasons and also handy for your crew (if you have one) to detect where you are on the route and when to 'brew up' ready for your arrival.

The Trackers will be available for collection at the race registration (your name will be associated to an individual tracker)  It will be attached to your race vest for you. (If you lose a tracker you will be charged for a replacement tracker.) A couple of days before the event you will receive an email with a link to the tracker (plus it will be available on the Hardmoors Website) so you can pass the link onto friends/family/ Facebook etc, so people can watch your progress throughout the event.

More info here http://www.opentracking.co.uk/events.cfm

 

Transportation

(for all runners who booked a place on the coach)
The coach from Filey to Guisborough will depart from West Avenue Car Park YO14 9BE http://www.scarborough.gov.uk/default.aspx?page=15770 at 06.00  Saturday morning
Please note the coach will depart at this time so you need to be there at the latest for 05.50, if you arrive after 06.00  the coach will have left!

Registration

There will be a kit check at registration

Please bring with you all your mandatory kit and your drop bags.
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ALL THE MANDATORY KIT, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO RUN!! NO EXCEPTIONS!

Mandatory kit

Hat or Buff and Gloves.
Waterproof Jacket with taped seams. (WATERPROOF! not just windproof)
Minimum of 500ml water/sports drink to be carried.
Headtorch/Torch with spare battery/batteries
Cleveland Way Map or OS Maps. (paper)
Whistle.
Survival Bag
Mobile phone with charger or spare battery

Drop Bags

Competitors are allowed 2 non-returnable drop bags, drop bags can be used for food, gels etc. Or socks, change of base layer etc, but remember Drop Bags are NON-RETURNABLE so any items you leave behind after opening your drop bags will be disposed of. Please fasten your drop bags up securely and write your name somewhere prominent on the bag plus either Drop Bag 1 or Drop Bag 2 underneath your name.

DROP BAG 1 - RUNSWICK BAY (21miles)
DROP BAG 2 - RAVENSCAR (40 miles)

DROP BAGS MUST BE KEPT TO THE SIZE OF A SUPERMARKET CARRIER BAG OR SMALLER. HOLDALLS, BACKPACKS ETC WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED! REMEMBER THESE ARE NON RETURNABLE! EVERY YEAR WE GET THE ODD PERSON BRINGING A HUGE RUCKSACK WITH A WEEK'S WORTH OF FOOD IN THE BAG. THIS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. LABEL THE DROP BAG WITH YOUR FULL NAME AND WHAT CHECKPOINT IT NEEDS TO GO TO, IE: DROP BAG 1 OR DROP BAG 2. STICKERS DROP OFF, IF YOU USE A STICKER, TAPE IT ON WITH SELLOTAPE. IF LABELS/STICKERS DROP OFF WE HAVE NO IDEA WHO THE DROP BAG BELONGS TO AND WHERE IT NEEDS TO GO. BEST OPTION IS CLEAR FREEZER BAGS SELLOTAPED DOWN, YOU CAN THEN PUT YOUR DETAILS ON A PIECE OF PAPER INSIDE THE DROPBAG

Kit bags

(for runners using the coach only and who have NOT got their cars parked at the race finish)
We have space for any items which may have been brought on the bus, i.e. warmwear, change of clothes, etc (no valuables, car keys/wallets).
Please place all these in a labelled bag and these will be taken to the race finish at Filey.

PLEASE KEEP THESE BAGS TO A REASONABLE SIZE

 

Checkpoints

1. HIGH CLIFF NAB (2 miles)
2. SALTBURN BAND STAND Glenside  (9 miles) W/F  CUT OFF 1030hrs
3. RUNSWICK BAY  (TOP car park)   (21 miles) W/F DB 1 NS  CUT OFF 1400hrs
4. HORNBLOWER TEA GARDEN (Old Foghorn station)  (32 miles) Water only NS
5. RAVENSCAR (St Hildas Church) (40 miles) W/F/HD  DB 2 CUT OFF 2000hrs
7. SCARBOROUGH  (Holbeck Car Park)  (53 miles) W/F.  CUT OFF 2330hrs                                                                              8. FILEY (FINISH) Methodist Church Hall   (62 miles) CUT OFF 18hrs

The cut off times are set in stone. You need to leave the checkpoint by the given time. If you are not within the cut off time, a marshall will remove your tracker and you must surrender your race bib. You will NOT be allowed to continue the race. The marshall's decision is final.

You will be given a lift to the finish.

SANDSEND CARPARK
(running distance 24 miles)


NO SUPPORT CREWS IN RAVENSCAR OR RUNSWICK  BAY PLEASE. Breaking of this rule WILL lead to you runner being DISQUALIFIED Only exemptions are in an emergency or if your runner has timed out/DNFed here and a marshal has contacted you to pick your runner up.

 

SUPPORT RUNNERS

You are allowed a Support Runner from Scarborough to the FINISH. They must not carry any of your gear.

OS Maps OL26/OL27 (Western and Eastern North York Moors) and OS301 (Scarborough/Filey) contains all the route,

Lightest and cheapest option would be - Harveys Cleveland Way Map http://dash4it.co.uk/cleveland-way-national-trail.html

Retirees

Pulling out of the race during the event

If you time out or retire and are unsupported please contact any of the contact numbers on your race number and we will arrange transportation to the race finish. Please note this may take a while and you may have to wait until the checkpoint you are at closes.

If you decide to drop out of the event due to injury or for any other reason please if possible make your way to the next checkpoint, unless close to the last checkpoint (could be the last checkpoint you visited may have closed before you manage to return to it). If injured and cannot continue and are between checkpoints again contact any of the numbers on your race number and we will pick you up.

If you decide you don't want to wait to return back to Filey then there is regular bus service between Middlesborough and Scarborough

http://www.arrivabus.co.uk/serviceInformation.aspx?id=2244 Main stops are Whitby and Robin Hoods Bay plus the outskirts of Staithes. From Scarborough to Filey there are Trains and Im sure buses (but Im sure you are all competent enough to google this or work it out on the day :o) )

Anyone retiring from the race MUST contact the next checkpoint if possible and also phone any of the numbers on your race number

CHIA CHARGE

Check out Tim and Lisa's website where they sell Chia Seeds/Chia Flapjacks/Nut Butters/Chia drinks etc 

http://chiacharge.co.uk

Relay teams
Hardmoors 60 Relay Teams must include a maximum of 4 runners and a minimum of 2 runners. It is up to the Relay Team to decide how far each team member runs, but each team member must run through at least one of the checkpoints. Relay teams equipment requirements will differ from the standard race entry.

Relay teams MUST visit the checkpoints

Administered by Refund Protect

This event offers the option to purchase upgraded refundable terms, so that participants may be able to get a refund if they are unable to attend due to unforeseen circumstances.


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