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Human Race Off-Road Series

   

WildMan Trail Run

When is the eventSaturday 22nd November 2014 Where is the Event Ash Vale, Surrey

  • The dogs loved it. Red, Sid & Hank all ran beautifully…I would definitely do the race again. In fact, we’re thinking of entering the next one in the series...

    Gail Walker - @GailWalker1
  • It was really good and the conditions were ideal. I just gave it legs from the start and never looked back. The conditions were awesome.

    Dan Falconer
  • It was really good and really hard. There were lots of hills which I am not used to but it was great. It was pretty testing.

    Alice Hector
  • I enjoyed it. The bike course was a blast. But the last run was very tough. I would love to do the IceMan in January.

    Rick Featherstone

WildMan Trail Run Event Information

STANDARD ENTRIES CLOSE 31st OCTOBER! Get your entry in now before the price goes up! Discounted bundle entries are also available for those entering the whole series.

ABOUT THE EVENT

The first race in the Human Race Off-Road Series is here, and it's WildMan! The course is set on an army testing ground of Ash Ranges, featuring two Trail Run distances.

Whichever option you choose will mean hills, mud and then some more hills in wet boggy trails through heather morrland, sounds fun right? You’ll have to save something on the ups for the downhill bits or your quads will be complaining. Running with your dog is more than welcome, if you can keep up!

WildMan, is part of the Human Race Off-Road Series, which also includes IceMan and MudMan. 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.

Series Leaderboard
The Trail Running Championship offers prizes for the top fifty finishers in the longer of the two Trail Runs at each event, with some great prizes on offer for the overall Series Champions.


EVENT DETAILS

DISTANCES & PRICES
Run: 10km or 15km
Early Bird: £25 (ends midnight 15th September)
Standard Entry: £28 (16th September - midnight 31st October)
Late Entry: £30 (1st November to closing date)

DISCOUNTED SERIES BUNDLE
Trail Run Series: WildMan, IceMan and MudMan
3 Event Entry: £75


WHAT'S GREAT ABOUT THIS EVENT

•    How often do you enjoy rolling around in the mud?
•    Enjoy the escapism offered by the beautiful British countryside
•    A target to keep your fitness levels high throughout the winter months
•    A suitable challenge for all abilities
•    Runners can participate with their dogs
•    Chip timing with results texted to your mobile phone as you cross the finish
•    Creating great muddy memories!


EVENT INCLUDES

•    Free Craft technical T-shirt
•    Prizes awarded for the top three men and women in each category
•    PowerBar and Vita Coco products given out at the finish line
•    Experienced medical support


PROVISIONAL START TIME: 10am

AGE REQUIREMENT: Minimum Age 18 at 31 December, 2014

Event Information Pack and Maps
AS SOON AS THE EVENT INFORMATION PACK IS AVAILABLE THE BUTTON OPPOSITE WILL TURN RED: “WildMan
WildMan Course MapWildMan Course Map - Click To Enlarge
Event Rules

MP3 PLAYERS ETC: 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.

OTHER:
•    Bring change of clothes for end of the race
•    Toilets are available at the start & finish

Travel/Accommodation

The event is being held on an army testing ground of Ash Ranges, which is located near to Aldershot, South of J4 of M3 along A331. Postcode GU12 5EU. Map reference is SU897528.

Entry to the site is best approached from either the M3 from the North or the A31 from the South.

These two roads are linked by the A331, travel along the A331 and take a turn towards Ash Vale to to eventually join the B3411. There is a turning off the B3411 which will have event signage up Heath Vale Bridge Road which you will continue straight past the Swan Pub into the venue of Ash Ranges.

Nearest Railway is Ash Vale, 1km from Registration Area. Please note that there is no taxi rank at this station.

WildMan Driving Directions

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