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10:00am

Sunday 11th September 2022

Seatown, Dorset

10 Miles

2,400ft of climbing

STUNNING SCENERY

FINISHERS MEDAL

 

In a market swamped with corporate events, this is 'A RACE BROUGHT TO YOU BY ACTUAL RUNNERS'. So come and say hello at registration!

Wondering who we are? Find out HERE

BACKGROUND - The CapTEN and The Bosun are races with history, born from a Round Table in Bridport before morphing into Bridport Runners Jurassic Coast 10k and Half Marathon, races held in West Bay. 2020 saw Bridport Runners rename and relocate the race due to a proliferation of 'Jurassic' runs in the area, thus the CapTEN was born (TEN miles over Golden Cap, hence the nautical name pun). 2022 brings the race under the banner of 32RUN rather than Bridport Runners, ex club chairman Ben still being part of the team. The Bosun also joins The CapTEN as a shorter race and a second date in the calendar.

The CapTEN is a 10 mile fell run, taking in Thorncombe Beacon and Golden Cap, two of the crown jewels of the South West Coast Path and Jurassic Coastline.

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The race starts and finishes in the seaside village of Seatown, heading East over Thorncombe Beacon before looping back on West Cliff above West Bay. The second part of this figure of 8 course climbs out of Seatown, over Golden Cap (626ft), through Langdon Wood before dropping back down to the finish.

 

Taking in 2,400 feet of climbing we aim to bring the spirit of fell running to the coast!

PRIZES FOR 1ST MALE AND 1ST FEMALE KINDLY DONATED BY RUN VENTURE

HAVE A LOOK AT THE MEDAL

VIEW ROUTE MAP

DOWNLOAD GPX FILE

RESULTS PAGE

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The CapTEN is a licensed category B Fell Run, this means the race should average not less than 25 metres climb per kilometre AND not have more than 30% of the race distance on road.

The RACE LICENCE CAN BE VIEWED HERE and THE RACE HERE

'Fell running, sometimes known as hill running or mountain running, is the sport of running and racing, off road, over upland country where the gradient climbed is a significant component of the difficulty. The name arises from the origins of the English sport on the fells of northern Britain, especially those in the Lake District.' FIND OUT ABOUT THE FELL RUNNING HERE

 

 

WITH PERMISSION FROM THE

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The CapTEN and The Bosun are run on over National Trust land with their kind permission, without which these events could not happen. We ask that you do not litter and be courteous to walkers to safeguard this relationship.

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The CapTEN (copyright Sam Rose 2021)