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Run Sandringham 24-hour scenery

Full weekend planned at Sandringham Estate

After 24-hours they really will have Run Sandringham!

runABC South's featured race this weekend is the Good Running Events' Run Sandringham 24-hours starting on Saturday (20 August). This is much more than an endurance event for solo runners and relay teams – it's a full-on weekend running festival, with an event village open from noon on Friday (19 August) and a campsite that closes at 6:00pm on Sunday.

Run Sandringham is also far more than a 24-hour challenge. A packed programme includes a free-to-enter Children's Race at 6:30pm on Friday evening, followed by live music with Sons of Mark from 7:30pm.

Registration and number collection for the 24-hour race closes at 11:30am on Saturday and the race begins promptly at 12:00-noon on a super scenic 5-mile route around the grounds of Sandringham Estate, Her Majesty The Queen’s winter retreat. 

Entries are closed for the 24-hour race that can be run solo, as a pair, or in a relay team with up to 12 runners. Solo runners and teams can simply run as far as possible within the time available.
 
All competitors must wear a head torch from 7:30pm through the night and the final lap must commence before 12:00-noon on Sunday. Runners will also wear a hi-viz wristband to indicate the 'live' runner in each team. Only one runner from each team is permitted on the course, apart from the final 100m dash when a mass finish is positively encouraged!

This short video gives an idea of the route, terrain, and scenery at this spectacular venue

If you haven't entered the 24-hour race this weekend but fancy a well-organised race entirely within the Royal Estate of Sandringham there is a series of Good Running Events races to choose from, starting with Run Sandringham 10K on Sunday 25 September – enter here.

Next year you can look forward to Run Sandringham Half Marathon, 5K, and Community Mile on Sunday 18 June, and stand by for an announcement on the date for Run Sandringham 24-hour 2023.

You can read our report on the inaugural Run Sandringham event in June 2021 here

Race details at runABC South race listing here

Image and video courtesy Run Sandringham on Facebook

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