1st place times in previous years:JOHNNY DRY (2:57:00) 2016, M/JAMIE LUXMOORE (2:36:17) 2017 F/NICKY TAYLOR (3:10:57) 2017M/JOHN WISNER (2:59:28) 2018 CLASSIC , F/JOANNE ROBINSON (3:47:18) 2018 CLASSICM/DUNCAN OAKES (7:02:29) 2018 ULTRA , F/EMMA LANGSTAFF & HELEN SMITH (9:24:50) 2018 ULTRA
*GOING CUPLESS FOR 2018*reusable silicone cups on sale at race hq's
THE ORIGINAL TIN COAST ADVENTURE IS ON FB!
Video from 4/3/17 courtesy of Tim Robinson, aka 'The Enduring Runner'.
POSTPONED DUE TO ADVERSE WEATHERNEW DATE*SATURDAY 7TH APRIL 2018*
The Cousin Jack Classic III 5:45am/10am (times & itinerary unchanged)
Medal Design & ribbons for each distance
At the bottom of every pit in the world you will find a Cornishman...
Help us celebrate St.Piran's Day by honouring and paying tribute to our brave and hardworking ances tors who prevailed in finding a better way of life by taking on the coastal mining challenge of running from Cape Cornwall to The Island in St.Ives.
Along the route will be the world famous mines of Crowns and Wheal Owles (Poldark's Wheal Leisure)at Botallack,Geevor tin mine,Levant and grazing past Pendeen lighthouse and finishing upon 'The Island' beside Porthmeor Beach situated near the Historic Tate Gallery where you'll see exactly where the finish is as the great flag of St Piran will signal the end of the route
The 17.4-mile stretch between Cape Cornwall and St Ives is arguably the most beautiful and certainly the most remote section of the entire coast path. It is also one of the most strenuous. There are precious few opportunities for refreshment and accommodation, particularly out of season, and the many steep descents and ascents mean that it will probably take longer than you expect to cover the distance. Be prepared! This is one of Britain’s first Environmentally Sensitive Areas, where annual grant aid allows participating farmers to work the land traditionally. Ancient field systems define a small strip of land between the sea, surging restlessly beneath three hundred foot cliffs, and steep rocky tors that represent the highest points in the Penwith Peninsula. This section is characterised by countless rocky headlands and coves and an overwhelming sense of space rarely found in today's Britain.
NEW DATE :SATURDAY 7TH APRIL 2018
Event HQ:Cape Cornwall Golf & Leisure Club, Cape Cornwall Road ,TR19 7NL
End:5pm (7 hour cut off time)
ETA FOR COACH JOURNEY (1 HOUR)
NEW DATE: SATURDAY 7TH APRIL 2018
Event HQ: The Surfhouse, The Island, St Ives, TR26 1SY
End : 5.45pm (12 hour cut off)
Registration and Kit check: 6pm-8pm @ The Surfhouse on the Friday evening before OR 4am-5am Saturday morning.
Race Briefing: 5.10am