Duke's Drive, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN20 7XL
- Distance26.2 miles
point to point
- Water stations
- Traffic free
- Wheelchair accessible
- Minimum age18
- Distance MarkersSporadic
- Size of field2000
- Entrants last year1750
- Event website
- Event AffiliationNone
BY ENTERING THROUGH THE RUNNERS WORLD WEBSITE YOU ARE AGREEING TO THE FOLLOWING:
I agree to abide by the rules of the event and accept that I am responsible for my own safety at all times. I understand that the Organiser, Eastbourne Borough Council and Sussex Police cannot be held responsible for any injury or loss of effect sustained by me during or after the event. I further promise to keep strictly to the route and respect the countryside.
Please note: NO POSTAL ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED.
Runners World will email a confirmation when you enter and the organiser will email a copy of the Final Details to all participants in SEPTEMBER (Using the email address given when entering).
***NO OTHER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT WILL BE ISSUED***
IT IS THE ENTRANTS RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE ALL DETAILS ARE CORRECT AND ENTERED CORRECTLY AT TIME OF ENTERING.
Running number and chip will need to be picked up from registration. Registration will be open from 14:00-20:00 on Friday 26th October or from 06:00-08:30 on Saturday 27th October 2012.
We do not offer deferrals or refunds, but it is possible to transfer your place. The transfer deadline is Sunday 30th September 2012.
Electronic chips must be worn around your ankle.
EARLY STARTERS ARE NOT PERMITTED FOR H&S REASONS AND ALSO FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE CHIP TIMING SYSTEM.
All results, timings and positions will be via the chip timing event system.
This event is now in its eleventh year having superceded the Seven Sisters Marathon which took place for 21 years, making 2012 the 32nd year overall. Course includes approx 3,500ft of ascent with gates, stiles and steps to navigate culminating in the return along the cliffs over the Seven Sisters and by Beachy Head.
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