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Congratulations to all The Hurt runners this year. Keep a look out for entry opening for the Hurt 2015 and a special announcement…. Watch this space!

Provisional results for 2014

Many thanks to our volunteers and partners; Fitstuff, Flying Physios, Cafe 2U, Inov8, GU Energy and Red Hot Yoga

Next Events: 4 Minute Mile 19 July, Hards as Snails 6 Sept and ECHO challenge 20 Oct

The Flying Physios will be providing a ‘pop up’ clinic at The Hurt. The clinic will be open 60 minutes before the race begins and there until the last few make it over the line. Pre & post race massages will be available as will treatment of minor soft tissue injuries. Open to runners and spectators. 15 Minutes with a therapist costs £10.


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Prizes Donated by Fitstuff

Men + Women 5k, 10k, 20k

Age Category

1st Inov-8 & Fitstuff shown in results
2nd Inov-8 & Fitstuff
3rd Inov-8 & Fitstuff
Red Hot Yoga Spot prizes
What

With kind permission from The Friends Of The Hurtwood, the 5k, 10.5km and 21k trail run will climb through the enchanted forest of the Greensand Ridge in The Surrey Hills. This off road run will offer  magnificent views and superb scenery as you race through the alpine -esq forests of "Little Switzerland". 

Canicross trail runners are welcome. Please tell us at registration if you're running with your dog, and read our guidance.

What you get for your entry:

Professional event organisation team

Chip timing

Manned 5km water station

Dedicated First Aid Response team

4x4 safety / recovery vehicle

Clearly marked and marshalled routes

Event medal

Prizes from Inov-8

Post-race refreshments including home-made brownies and flapjacks

Free parking for runners and spectators

Quick results


Where
Lawbrook Lane, Peaslake, Surrey, GU5 9QW
When

6 June 2015 - 09:00


Registration
Enter online and collect your race number and chip on the day at the Hurt registration near the start line.
Registration opens 07:45
Registration closes 08:45

Parking

Parking is off Lawbrook Lane, Peaslake, Surrey GU5 9QW.

Registration, bag storage, porterloos and the race start will all be at this location.

This year the startline line is in the car park.  Please don't go to Walking Bottom Car Park. No one will be there!


Travel

Nearest train station is either Ockley or Gomshall. Trains to Gomshall are few and far between!

Nearest mainline stations are either Guildford or Dorking then taxi to Peaslake.

If you come by bike there's plenty of fencing around the start/finish venue meadow to chain your bike to.

Accommodation is offered at the YHA. tel 01306 630 777 Facebook


What to wear

The Inov-8 Trail Roc shoe, available from Fitstuff. 

The ground is rocky in parts so spikes may not be suitable.

Come prepared for steep ascents and descents, running on sandy and stony trails and single tracks.

Drop in on the guys at Fitstuff for all your off-road trail running needs.


Course

Each distance in The Hurt has the same start and finish. Be warned, each course will include punishing climbs that some of you have met before and learned to love! Those of you doing the 10.5k and 21k, will meet the South face of the hills of The Hurtwood! Don't be fooled by the tame course profile. The 3 'V's are pleasantly understated...

As these are such tough courses we request that anyone under 16 years of age runs with a parent or guardian.

Please look out for black arrows on a luminous yellow back ground. If you don't see an arrow after 150 - 200m of the last, you have gone wrong. Don't continue on hoping you will see an arrow. Please turn around and retrace your steps.




Timing
Chip timing - please collect chip on the day from the registration.
First aid
First Aid will be at the start / finish and marshals will be patrolling the course looking out for strugglers and stragglers.
Toilets
Loos will be at the startline.

Water
Water station near the 3.5k mark and near the 7.5k mark and at the finish.
Refreshment
GU Energy sports nutrition will also be at the start if you need a gel or such like before and during your race. Water, cakes and bananas will be available at the finish. The Peaslake Village Stores are in the centre of Peaslake. Take advantage of them during your post race debrief.
Don't forget

Look out for mountain bikers horse riders and other land users.

Dogs are welcome but please keep them on a lead and under control, for their sake as well as everyone else's.


Other information
The Flying Physios will be providing a ‘pop up’ clinic. The clinic will be open 6o minutes before the race begins and there until the last few make it over the line. Massages, treatment of minor soft tissue injuries and advice available. Open to runners and spectators. 15 minutes with a therapist costs £10. To provisionally book email jason@theflyingphysios.com