Why not test yourself in the Ironwood Challenge?

THE going looks like it could be pretty wet and muddy for the annual Ironwood Challenge multi terrain race scheduled for Sunday.

The six miles race, organised by Nailsea Running Club, will be taking entries on the day and certainly provides a stiff test.

The course is based largely on beautiful trails through ancient woodland, fields and forest above the village of Long Ashton in North Somerset and is fully marshalled.

  • *Action from last year’s race, courtesy of Nailsea Running Club

The race HQ is the Long Ashton Community Centre and entries will be taken from 9.30am – costing £10 for club runners and £12 unaffiliated – though on-line entries can still be made until 12noon today (Friday Feb 8th) at: www.fullonsport.com

Looking further ahead entries are now open for the 39th Frenchay 10k multi terrain race in Bristol on Sunday April 28th.

The race starts and finishes from the UWE Glenside campus and runs through Oldbury Court and along local roads. The course is scenic and undulating and will suit all standards. For full details see fullonsport as listed above.

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