Sutton Benger Flyer 5 | 18-Nov-2018

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A fast, friendly, rural 5 miler that’s growing in popularity year on year!

The Flyer 5 is a super flat, super-fast, chip-timed out and back road race starting and finishing at Sutton Benger Village Hall looping past the historic Kellaways Bridge. The 5 mile course has been officially measured and granted a Certificate of Course Accuracy.

COURSE RECORD: 25m51s set by Josh Dixon (Stroud AC) | Nov-2016
LADIES COURSE RECORD: 30m52s set by Eilidh Bell (Chippenham Harriers) | Nov-2016

Race HQ
Sutton Benger Village Hall, Chestnut Road. Sutton Benger. Chippenham, SN15 4RP.

ENTRY
£14.00 UKA Affiliated | £16.00 non-UKA Affiliated

Sunday 18th November 2018 | Registration Opens at 8.30am | Race Starts 10:30am

We’ll publish the Competitor Race Pack approx. 2 weeks before race day.
You’ll need to collect your race number and timing chip from Registration no later than 10am on race day – nothing will be posted out before the event.

– Medal for all Finishers
– Chip Timing
– Friendly Marshals
– Excellent on-course signage
– Free Parking at several locations in the village, plus on-road
– Refreshments – courtesy of Carpuccino
– Race Photography – we’ll publish photos on our Facebook page later that day
– On-Site Toilets

ENTRY OPTIONS
You can enter via our website and pay securely via PayPal using your PayPal account or a Debit/Credit Card
(Please Note – you DO NOT need to have a PayPal account to pay by card via PayPal)

***On-line entries will close on Wednesday 14th November, unless the race sells out beforehand***

PRIZES
Prizes will be presented to the Top 3 Male and Female finishers, plus all Age Group winners.

ROUTE INFO
To view the Sutton Benger Flyer 5 route, please click HERE

Minimum Age
Under UKA rules, the minimum age of competitors on race day is 15 years old.

Please read our Terms and Conditions and our Disclaimer before entering this event.

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