Exe to Axe Race

Sunday 3rd April, Race Starts at 10:00am

For all Exe to Axe enquires please contact Paul Mitchell on:paul.l.mitchell@outlook.com or enter via The Runners World Website.


Event Closed: Race Results

Links for reference only Race Sign up form  |  Exe to Axe Maps


10:00am, Sunday 3 April 2016 | Start Foxes Hole Car Park Exmouth | Finish Seaton Esplanade, Exmouth, EX8 2DG

Event Profile
Distance: 20 miles
Surface: Multiterrain
Route: Point to point
Setting: Rural
Profile: Hilly
Water stations: Every 5 Miles
Traffic free? No
Extras
Awards/mementos: Medal, Winners’ prizes
Venue facilities: Toilets, Onsite parking, Refreshments, Supervised bag storage
Organiser’s notes: 13th year of event, 4,000 feet of climbing Fell Running Association event following breath taking East Devon Jurrasic Coast path approx. 20 miles. Race starting in Exmouth Foxes hole car park, transport available from Seaton (finish) to the start at Exmouth. Relay option four stages teams 2-4 from Exmouth to Budleigh Salterton to Sidmouth to Branscombe to Seaton. Records Male 2hr 26.47 (2012) Female 3.04.11 (2009)
Relay details:: Four stages Exmouth to Budleigh Salterton to Sidmouth to Branscombe toSeatton
Entry Information
Cheques payable to: Sidmouth Running Club
On-the-day entry: Event Now Closed
Entries in advance: Event Now Closed
Postal closing date: Monday 28 March 2016
Size of field: 350 competitors
Minimum Age: 18
Last year’s entry: 300
Event website: http://www.sidmouthrunningclub.co.uk
Entry form(s): Available from race website
or universal entry form (PDF-72K)
Entries in advance Entries on the day
Normal Entries £10.00 | affiliated £10.00 | unaffiliated £12.00 |

Event Organiser Details
Contact: Paul Mitchell, Race Director, Sidmouth Running Club
Address: Maple Cottage
Lower Wheathill
Sidmouth
Devon
EX10 9UA
Enquires to: Paul Mitchell
Mobile: 07831 559341
Email: paul.l.mitchell@outlook.com

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