For 2014/2015 we are running a series of four night races across a range of distances from 5 miles (the Mild Night Run) to our half marathon, the Moonlight Flit. You can also score points by taking part in at least three races in the series. Book individual events at the links below.

Moonlight Flit half marathon & 10k
katie-signonThe final race in our night series, on Saturday 14th March is The Moonlight Flit, first run in May 2013 and back for 2015. It’s a dusk Half Marathon along a beautiful, but tough and  mainly off-road course. There is also a shorter 10k option. Both races start in Totnes (registration is at the Seven Stars Hotel) then follows the river path towards Sharpham before branching off in the direction of Beenleigh and Alleleigh and returning via Bow Bridge.You’ll start the race in daylight but finish in darkness by the light of the full moon if it’s a clear night. Head torches are essential. Read more about the race here
Haldon Night 10k & 5k
numbers200x200The Haldon Night run was on Sat 21st February. Provisional results are now online for the 5k and for the 10kmAnd there are links to photos on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/wildnightrun
Wild Night Run 10 miles & Mild Night Run 5 miles
race-start200x200The third annual Wild Night Run took place on Saturday 31st January 2015 on a properly Wild Night. Here are the provisional results – http://www.racesplitter.com/races/CACDC76D4 and an excellent report from runner Paul Trueman. You can also read more about the race here. Last but not least the official photographs are now online too. Our snapper Adrian Midgeley experienced tough conditions to say the least www.charleswhittonphotography.com/wild-night-run-31115-expires-
Dark Dart Dash 10k returns for 2014
dartdash200x200On Thursday December 18, our winter solstice warm up race for the Wild Night Run took place in the woods around Dartington just outside Totnes. Wild running regular Tom Allan won in a time of 42:47, first woman was Elizabeth Dyson in a very rapid 46:32. Nick White was first veteran male in 52:56 and first veteran female was Sharon Daw in 58:16. Here are the results and series standings so far.