TBC • Frimley, Surrey
The second race in the Human Race Off-Road Series, IceMan is a no-holds-barred off-road Duathlon event taking place at the...
ENTRIES AVAILABLE ON THE DAY
Run: 10km or 15km £29
Duathlon: 7.5km Run, 15km Bike, 7.5km Run £49
Relay Duathlon: 7.5km Run, 15km Bike, 7.5km Run £64
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The third race in the Human Race Off-Road Series brings back to the calendar the infamous MudMan event held in the gruelling grounds of the MOD in Camberley. The MudMan circuit is entirely on the Army military training ground – so it’ll be stony and muddy underfoot in equal measure while the hills will be steep and the competition fierce as always!
The off-road duathlon will take in the same run course as the trail runners over 7.5km, followed by a bumpy, gritty mountain bike circuit over 15km of rough terrain, with a final 7.5k run to finish! The run comprises a dirty trail run through forests and gullies, ensuring this race won’t trouble your PB collection but is guaranteed to give you an adrenaline fuelled ride.
MudMan, is part of the Human Race Off-Road Series, which also includes WildMan and IceMan. A series bundle offers a discount to anyone brave enough to enter all three events. Each event features differing terrain designed to play to the strengths (and expose the weaknesses) of different types of athlete at every turn.
A Duathlon Series Leaderboard awards points to the top fifty finishers at each event, with some great prizes on offer for the overall Series Champions. Points are tallied from all three events in the Series. Click here to see the leaderboard as it currently stands after IceMan (Race 2 of 3).
09:00 – 10km Trail Run
09:15 – 15km Trail Run
10:15 – Duathlon
Registration will take place between 07:30am and 9.30am at the Human Race registration gazebo. Please bring your photo ID to collect your race pack, which will contain your race number and timing chip.
Minimum Age 18 at 31 December, 2016.
All competitors must have completed the bike leg of the duathlon (including their second transition) and have started the second run leg within three hours of the race start.
Human Race strongly discourages the use of any equipment that acts as an impediment to hearing or concentration when competing. This includes, but is not limited to, mobile telephones, personal stereos and MP3 players. Human Race can not be responsible for accidents resulting from racing with such equipment.
Trail Run: 10km or 15km
Duathlon: 7.5km Run, 15km Bike, 7.5km Run
These results are Provisional, please contact the Results Crew with any queries. Queries are compiled and will appear in the final update approximately a week after the event. If you’re looking for results from previous years, visit our Results page.
You can hire a fully serviced and cleaned bike perfect for the event from our partners British Bike Hire.
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The event is being held on an army testing ground just to the east of Camberley (between the M3 and the A30). To get to Camberley, exit the M3 at Junction 3. Head for Lightwater/Woking. Follow the bypass for two miles. At the first roundabout, turn right heading for Pirbright and Camberley (B311). The venue is on the right, at the junction with the B3015. For sat-navs the postcode is GU15 1HF and OS Map reference is SU906609.
Camberley station at 3.5 miles or Bagshot at 2.6 miles from event venue. Both have taxi ranks.
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