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VOTWO EVENTS AND ADVENTURE CHALLENGES TAKE UP THE CHALLENGE IN 2011!


THE VOTWO JURASSIC COAST CHALLENGE: 25th – 27th MARCH 2011


A new twist has been added for the 2011 event. The course will be held in reverse to previous years. It’s still the great same challenging ups and downs of the Jurassic Coast but starting from Studland Bay and finishing in Lyme Regis. This 3 day marathon running epic is suitable for those that require a serious life challenge


THE VOTWO SOUTH DOWNS WAY CHALLENGE: 24th – 26th JUNE 2011


33 miles running a day over the exceptionally arduous South Downs Way. Self navigation on a famous and renowned trail. The South Downs Way is characterised by rolling chalk grassland, deep dry valleys, and extensive views over the Weald to the north and the sea to the south.


THE VOTWO ATLANTIC COAST CHALLENGE: 30th SEPTEMBER – 2nd OCTOBER 2011


Some might say this event is the interesting younger sibling of the Jurassic Coast Challenge. The route starts near Padstow and finishes at Lands End. Complete up to 78.6 miles (3 marathons) over 3 days by walking, running or crawling, pitting your mental and physical prowess against some of the wildest coastline in Britain. Dare to complete 1, 2 or 3 days and brag about it for much, much longer.


THE VOTWO PEMBROKESHIRE COAST CHALLENGE: 18th – 20th NOVEMBER 2011


The classic self navigation marathon a day for 3 days over coastal terrain is rolled out again and as ever you can trust Votwo to have found the most challenging terrain for your running pleasure. Not up for all 3 days? Then join us for just one or two days.


ENTER AT WWW.VOTWO.CO.UK COST FOR ALL EVENTS IS £155 FOR THE 3 DAYS (DAY ENTRIES ALSO AVAILABLE, SEE WEBSITE) ACCOMMODATION AND CATERING AVAILABLE AT AN EXTRA COST, SEE WEBSITE FOR FULL DETAILS


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