Our first three night races of winter 2015/16 are now on sale. But hurry as the first 50 tickets for each event are at a very special price! Click here to find out more In the mean time Ceri is organising the Something Wild Festival in September. And we also have The Wild Run is on Sunday 11th October – same course, same tough terrain as the Wild Night Run but you’ll be able to see where you’re going! A chance for some quick times and also for Mild Night Runners to step up to the full 10 mile distance!
|The Wild Run 10 mile & 5 mile 11th Oct
The 10 mile Wild Run and the 5 mile Mild Run are on the morning of Sunday 11th October at 10.30am. It’s 10 (or 5) tough, hilly, rocky, boggy and perhaps muddy miles starting and finishing just outside South Brent village hall. Get your entries in for The Wild Run (10 miles) or The Mild Run (5 miles) now.
|Wild Night Run Race Series returns for 2015/2016
The first three races in The Wild Night Run Race Series are now on sale. Kicking off with the Burrator Noir (and Burrator 10K) on Sat 5th December. This is followed by the Dark Dart Dash 10K on Thursday 17th December. Then after Christmas it’s time to line up for the 4th Annual Wild Night Run at South Brent on Saturday 30th January Full list of races for the Wild Night Run 2015/2016 series
|Something Wild Trail Running Festival 18-20 Sept
Something Wild is a new event on the weekend of 18-20 September 2015 from www.wildrunning.co.uk, combining a wild marathon, half marathon and 10km trail run across Dartmoor, starting and finishing in the River Dart Country Park. There will also be a forest school session for children, including bush skills, a film night communal dinner and presentation ceremony, with a late bar and a children’s run alongside the River Dart. Watch this space for further additions to the festival itinerary.
| Moonlit Flit half marathon & 10k
The final race in our 2014/2015 night series was on Saturday 14th March. The Moonlight Flit Half Marathon and 10K were a fitting finale to the Wild Night Run Races Series. For a report about what it’s like to run at the front of the race read Rhys Goodhead’s exellent blog. You’ll also find the provisional results for the 10K Moonlight Flit here and the results for the Moonlight Flit Half Marathon here. And here are photographs of the event from www.charleswhittonphotography.com