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Looking for an event in your area? Simply enter your location above, your desirable travel distance and select your sport to find a range of events in your region.

NOTE: The marker icons are shown to be in the general area of the event. Do not rely on for navigation to the event on the day. Detailed instructions of how to get to the venue will be emailed to all entrants.

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  • Aintree Racecourse
    Aintree Racecourse

    Aintree Racecourse, north of Liverpool city centre, has staged the Grand National horserace since the 19th century. During the 1950s and '60s, there was also a three-mile-long motor racing circuit on the site, which used the same grandstands as the horserace. A shorter form of the racing circuit is still used for various events, although car racing ceased in 1982.

    Google Map.

  • Ash Ranges
    Ash Ranges

    Ash Ranges is an army training area near the village of Ash Vale in the borough of Guildford, Surrey. The conditions under foot and wheel on the 2,439 acre site are testing for even the hardiest of athletes, which as anyone who loves winter racing will know, is what makes it so much fun!

    Ash Vale is 7 miles from Guildford but is closer to the Hampshire towns of Aldershot and Farnborough, the centres of which are each about two miles away.

    Google Map.

  • Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse
    Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse

    Bangor-on-Dee was the first proper racecourse on which Dick Francis rode. The former National Hunt Jockey turned thriller writer, was unplaced, but loved every minute of the experience and afterwards wrote to every racehorse trainer he or his father had ever met, to beg for a job as an amateur jockey.

    Bangor-on-Dee lies just 25 minutes from Chester and is well-signed from the main A483 southbound.

    Google Map.

  • Beaulieu
    Beaulieu

    Beaulieu is a small village located on the south eastern edge of the New Forest national park in Hampshire, England and home to both Palace House and the British National Motor Museum.

    The picturesque hamlet of Bucklers Hard, with its Georgian cottages running down to the Beaulieu river is part of the 9,000 acres Beaulieu Estate. It was the "birthplace" of many British naval vessels, including many of Admiral Nelson's fleet, using the timber of the New Forest.

    Google Map.

  • Bovingdon Airfield
    Bovingdon Airfield

    Bovingdon Airfield was used during the war as an operational airfield and was closed in 1972. Located just outside the village of Bovingdon in Hertfordshire between Chesham and Hemel Hempstead. It is easily accessible and approximately fifteen minutes drive from either the M25 Junction 20 or M1 Junction 8.

    Google Map.

  • Box Hill
    Box Hill

    Box Hill lies within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The hill takes its name from the ancient box woodland found on the steepest west-facing chalk slopes overlooking the River Mole.

    Box Hill featured prominently on the route of the 2012 Summer Olympics cycling road race events, the men doing nine circuits and the women doing two circuits.

    Google Map.

  • Cornbury Park
    Cornbury Park

    Cornbury Park, home to Lord and Lady Rotherwick, is a Cotswold country estate near Charlbury in the heart of Oxfordshire. The elegant 17th century house is surrounded by ancient forest, lakes, farmland and a deer park.

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  • Davos Klosters
    Davos Klosters

    The Davos Klosters holiday region combines a wide range of summer offers with an urban quality of life. Over 700 km of well-maintained walking paths and more demanding hiking trails provide access into the romantic side valleys and to high-Alpine landscapes.

    Google Map.

  • Dorney Lake
    Dorney Lake

    Dorney Lake - the 2012 Olympic Rowing and Canoeing venue - is the number one triathlon location of choice in the South East. The bike and run courses are completely flat and traffic-free while the water for the swim leg is purpose built, clean, clear and calm.

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  • Eridge Park
    Eridge Park

    Eridge Park is not only steeped in history, being the largest open deer park in England and mentioned in the Domesday book, it’s also home to some challenging and varied terrain. Making it the perfect place for a tough, off road race like the TrailMan!

    Eridge Park is a Site of Special Scientific Interest located in Kent. The site is of biological interest, consisting of ancient woodland and parkland, supporting a wide range of flora and fauna.

    Google Map.

  • ExCeL London
    ExCeL London

    ExCeL London is an exhibitions and international convention centre in the London Borough of Newham. It is located on a 100-acre site on the northern quay of the Royal Victoria Dock in London Docklands, between Canary Wharf and London City Airport.

    Google Map.

  • Forest Recreation Ground
    Forest Recreation Ground

    The land that is now a recreation ground was once part of Sherwood Forest. Nottingham Forest FC first played their games on the Forest after their formation in 1865, hence the club's name. The Forest was also home to Nottingham's racecourse before it moved to its current location at Colwick.

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  • Frimley
    Frimley

    Frimley is a small English town situated 2 miles south of Camberley, in the extreme west of Surrey, adjacent to the border with Hampshire. It is about 31 miles west south-west of Central London. It is part of the Borough of Surrey Heath.

    Frimley is the perfect place for getting off the tarmac and into the great unknown. Especially if you like mud, dirt and hills! The location is primarily used for training tough Army types in how to deal with challenging conditions and Human Race have been granted special access to put on the IceMan there.

    Google Map.

  • Hampton Court Palace
    Hampton Court Palace

    Hampton Court Palace is a royal palace in East Molesey, Surrey; it has not been inhabited by the British Royal Family since the 18th century. The palace is upstream of central London on the River Thames. It was originally built for Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, a favourite of King Henry VIII, circa 1514; in 1529, as Wolsey fell from favour, the palace was passed to the King, who enlarged it.

    Google Map.

  • Harewood House
    Harewood House

    Harewood sits at the heart of Yorkshire, one of the treasure houses of England, the house was built in the 18th century and has art collections to rival the finest in the land in the setting of Yorkshire’s most beautiful landscape.

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    Harewood is just as much about today as it is about history. There are exhibitions of contemporary art, an award-winning educational department, renowned Bird Garden and over 100 acres of exquisite gardens.

    You can expect the unexpected at Harewood with special events and themed weekends throughout the season to surprise you.

  • Herne Hill Velodrome
    Herne Hill Velodrome

    Herne Hill Velodrome is a historic site. It’s been described as the equivalent of; Wembley for Football, Lords for Cricket and Wimbledon for tennis. For many it is the true home of track cycling in the UK. It is one of the oldest track cycling venues in the world and has an illustrious history.

    Google Map.

  • Kingston-upon-Thames
    Kingston-upon-Thames

    Kingston upon Thames was the ancient market town where Saxon kings were crowned and is situated 10 miles south west of Charing Cross. The ancient market is still held daily in the Market Place, including today such produce as fish, jewellery, exotic foods, local foods and flowers.

    Google Map.

  • Longleat House
    Longleat House

    Longleat House is widely regarded as one of the best examples of high Elizabethan architecture in Britain and one of the most beautiful stately homes open to the public.

    Substantially completed by 1580 and now home to the 7th Marquess of Bath, Longleat House is set within 900 acres of stunning ‘Capability’ Brown landscaped parkland.

    Google Map.

  • Loseley Park
    Loseley Park

    Loseley Park is a historic manor house situated outside Guildford, near Compton. The estate was acquired by the direct ancestors of the current owners, the More-Molyneux, at the beginning of the 16th century.

    The present house was built between 1562 and 1568 with stone brought from the ruins of Waverley Abbey. The walled garden, based on a design by Gertrude Jekyll, contains a series of "rooms" with different themes running through them.

    Google Map.

  • Luton Hoo
    Luton Hoo

    Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa straddles the Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire borders between the towns of Harpenden and Luton. The unusual name "Hoo" is a Saxon word meaning the spur of a hill, and is more commonly associated with East Anglia.

    Beyond the magnificent facade of the Mansion House which greets guests on arrival, lies a 5 star hotel on the border of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, which is like no other in the home counties.

    Google Map.

  • Margam Country Park
    Margam Country Park

    Margam Country Park is a country park estate in Britain, of around 850 acres. It is situated in Margam, about 2 miles from Port Talbot in south Wales it was once owned by the Mansel Talbot family. Situated within the park are three notable buildings: Margam Abbey, a Cistercians monastery; Margam Castle, a neo-Gothic country house and the 18th-century Orangery.

    Google Map.

  • Marlow
    Marlow

    Marlow (historically Great Marlow or Chipping Marlow) is a town and civil parish within Wycombe district in south Buckinghamshire, England. It is located on the River Thames, 4 miles south of High Wycombe, 5 miles from Maidenhead and 33 miles west of central London.

    Google Map.

  • MOD Camberley
    MOD Camberley

    The Army military training ground at Camberley is stony and muddy underfoot in equal measure while the hills are steep!

    Camberley is the main town in the borough of Surrey Heath and has its roots in the building of the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, in 1812. The Surrey town is situated 31 miles southwest of central London, between the M3 and M4 motorways.

    Google Map.

  • Palma Nova
    Palma Nova

    Palma Nova was one of the first purpose-built tourist destinations on the Spanish island of Mallorca.

    Cyclists have been using Mallorca as a training base for the past 50 years. With its great quality roads and dramatic ascents and scenery it is perfect for an active holiday. Plus it’s only a 2 hour flight from the UK.

    Google Map.

  • Pippingford Park
    Pippingford Park

    The private estate and deer park of Pippingford Park in the heart of Ashdown Forest consists of mostly woodland and heath with an abundance of natural wildlife, making for a truly stunning venue.

    Ashdown Forest is an ancient area of tranquil open heathland occupying the highest sandy ridge-top of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is situated some 30 miles south of London in the county of East Sussex.

    Google Map.

  • Plumpton Racecourse
    Plumpton Racecourse

    Plumpton Racecourse is a National Hunt (jumping) horse-racing course at the village of Plumpton, East Sussex near Lewes and Brighton.

    Google Map.

  • Poole
    Poole

    Poole is a large coastal town and seaport in the county of Dorset, on the south coast of England. The town is 21 miles east of Dorchester, and Bournemouth adjoins Poole to the east.

    Poole is a tourist resort, attracting visitors with its large natural harbour, history, the Lighthouse arts centre and Blue Flag beaches.

    Google Map.

  • Richmond Park
    Richmond Park

    The park, at almost 2,500 acres, is the largest of the Royal Parks and is home to some of the capital city’s most varied and colourful wildlife including 650 free roaming deer. Richmond Park is a National Nature Reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a European Special Area of Conservation.

    Google Map.

  • Saint Lucia
    Saint Lucia

    Saint Lucia is a sovereign island country in the eastern Caribbean Sea on the boundary with the Atlantic Ocean. Part of the Lesser Antilles, it is located north/northeast of the island of Saint Vincent, northwest of Barbados and south of Martinique.

    Saint Lucia is popular due to its tropical weather and scenery and its numerous beaches and resorts.

    Google Map.

  • Scone Palace
    Scone Palace

    Once the crowning place of the Kings of Scots, Scone Palace occupies a unique position in the history of Scotland. A breathtakingly beautiful place of power and mystery and the rightful home of the celebrated Stone of Scone. Scone Palace is a national treasure and is revered as the historic jewel in the crown of Scotland.

    Google Map.

  • Southampton Outdoor Sports Centre
    Southampton Outdoor Sports Centre

    The Southampton Sports Centre is set in 150 acres of land on the borders of the municipal golf course. It is the ideal space for training, participating in competitive sports and increasing general fitness. The football, tennis and netball courts are perfect for match day use and provide excellent facilities for training.

    Google Map.

  • Tatton Park
    Tatton Park

    Tatton Park is a historic estate in Cheshire, England, to the north of the town of Knutsford. It contains a mansion, Tatton Hall, a manor house dating from medieval times, Tatton Old Hall, gardens, a farm and a deer park of 2,000 acres. It is a popular visitor attraction and hosts over 100 events annually. The estate is owned by the National Trust, who administer it jointly with Cheshire East Council. Since 1999 it has hosted an annual horticultural show.

    Google Map.

  • Windsor
    Windsor

    Windsor is an affluent town and unparished area in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead in Berkshire, England. It is widely known as the site of Windsor Castle, one of the official residences of the British Royal Family.

    As a result of the royal residence, Windsor is a popular tourist destination and has facilities usually found in larger towns: two railway stations, a theatre and several substantial hotels. The town is also the location of Legoland Windsor, built on the site of the former Windsor Safari Park.

    Google Map.

  • Woburn Abbey
    Woburn Abbey

    Woburn Abbey, near Woburn, Bedfordshire, England, is a country house, the seat of the Duke of Bedford and the location of the Woburn Safari Park.

    Google Map.

  • Zermatt
    Zermatt

    On the Italian border of the canton of Valais in the west of Switzerland, at the end of the 30 km-long Nikolaital, lies Zermatt, the village at the foot of the Matterhorn, the most photographed mountain in the world. Zermatt – A world of its own.

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