Conquer 24 - Powderham Castle 16/17th May 2020 

  

Race Starts: Saturday 11am and finishes Sunday 11am  Entry Fees: Solo Early Bird £55 - Team Entry Early Bird £45 

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1.Age Limits 

  

>The age limit for the 24 hour Solo entry is 21 years of age. 

>The age limit for the 24 hour Team entry is 18 years of age. 

  

2.The Course 

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The Course will take you on a beautiful 5 mile journey around the grounds of Powderham Castle, stunning woodlands and awe inspiring views of the River Exe. The course is extra special as you will actually run through the castle itself. 

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3.What’s included 

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  • A stunning course fully marked and marshalled. 

  • Free camping for you during the event. Your supporters will be charged £2 per tent. 

  • Professional chip timing by our chip timing supplier Race Result. 

  • Bespoke medal and T-shirt for all competitors. 

  • Clean toilets and hot showers - showers will be open from 6pm - 11pm Saturday and 10am - 2pm Sunday 

  • Basic fuel and refreshments available at aid stations throughout  ***Please note this is a cupless event please bring your water bottles to be refilled at aid stations*** 

  • Free race photography and access to photos.  

  • Special award for joining the 100 mile club. 

  • Fully qualified medical staff on hand to look after you. 

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4.Medals and Trophies  

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All finishers will receive a medal and T-shirt. 

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SOLO 

Trophies for Male 1st/2nd/3rd - Female 1st/2nd/3rd 

  

GROUPS 

Trophies for 1st/2nd/3rd Pairs - 1st/2nd/3rd of groups of 3/4 (Small Group) - 5/6 Medium Group) - 7/8 (Large Group) 

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5.Camping  

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Camping is free for all competitors and only an extra £2 per tent for supporters to be paid on entry. Solo runners will have camping right next to the course and we will have a quiet zone in the Harfleur camping area for anyone looking for a good night’s sleep. 

  

We expect everyone to be courteous of others after 11pm. Entertainment in the event village will end at 12am, food and drink will be served throughout the night. 

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Caravans and motorhomes will be in a separate camping area - there is no electric hook up. 

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6.Entry Conditions   

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Conquer 24 is a multi terrain race and all competitors enter at their own risk. 

By registering to take part in the race you are agreeing to the terms and conditions on our website. 

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We will have medical support on hand during the event for your safety. No liability will be accepted by Challenge Child Poverty, event organisers or the land owners for any injuries incurred by taking part in this race. 

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7.Signing up 

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You can sign up on our website through our professional chip timing supplier Race Result

Early Bird tickets for Solo entry are £55 Early Bird Team entry £45.Sign up today to make massive savings. 

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8.Registration 

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All competitors must register and collect race numbers by 10.30am on Saturday morning ***SAVE TIME! ONLY TEAM CAPTAINS PERMITTED IN RACE HQ TO COLLECT RACE NUMBERS AND T-SHIRTS FOR THE WHOLE TEAM*** Captains can register a relay team without having all the team info. Once registered, captains will receive a confirmation email with a link enabling team changes to be made as and when team members are recruited.  Team captains are responsible for checking team member details are correct. 

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9.Race Timings 

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>Kids Fun Run will begin at 10am before the main event. 

>Daytime 5 Mile race begins at the same time as the main event 11am. 

>Evening 5 Mile race will begin at 9pm Saturday night - Headtorch needed. 

>The main 24hour event begins at 11am on Saturday and finishes 11am on Sunday if you have started a lap before 11am on the Sunday you can finish the lap and the time will be counted. 

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10.Race Result 

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The race will be judged on laps finished unless there is a tie then we will go to the time it has taken to complete the laps. 

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11.General Race Rules 

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All participants must wear a race number at all times. You must advise us before the event of any medical conditions or allergies we should be aware off, and these details should be written on the back of your race numbers. 

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There is no limit on how many consecutive laps you can run although each runner will have to complete at least one lap to earn their medal and t-shirt.  

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From 7pm every runner must carry a headtorch or hand light. We recommend investing in a good head torch. Don’t worry if you forget to bring one; we will be selling them in the race HQ because after 7pm you will not be able to run without one. 

  

Sunday Funday - from first light on Sunday morning until the end of the race there will be an 80's theme to put some fun into the run. After a long night of running we will all need a boost! Winners will be picked after the race from our photographic evidence - 3 Solo's and 3 teams will be selected for Free entry to the next years race so make us smile :)  - (Not Compulsory) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12.Solo Race Rules 

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Each Solo runner will have to complete one lap to qualify for event finishers medal. You can run as many laps as you want and there is no time limit on breaks. All runners are reminded to enter and exit the course at the start and finish line. 

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13.Team Race Rules 

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Each member of the team must complete one lap to qualify for the finishers medal and result. You can only change runners in the official start and finish area. Your team can have as many breaks as you want for as long as you like just be advised to enter and exit the course at the correct start and finish points. 

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14.Medical Emergency 

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During the event we will have Qualified First Aiders within the race HQ to deal with any emergencies. Please be advised if you are nursing an injury to check with your GP before taking part. The Charity will not be held accountable for any accident, injury, loss or damage before, during or after the event. 

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If you or someone else gets injured on the course please contact our Emergency first aider at Race HQ. Numbers will be given at registration on race day. 

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Please also help each other if someone gets injured. We are all in this together and have a responsibility for each other’s health and safety.  

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15.Noise 

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We want everyone to enjoy the race and have a great experience. We will have a quiet zone in the main camping area for families and people wanting to ensure a good night’s sleep. Please be courteous of each other.Anybody not abiding by the rules will be disqualified and removed from site. We will have a solo camping area right next to the course for serious ultra runners. We hope everybody has a great race and a great experience. 

 

16.Cancellations/Refunds  

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Tickets are non-Refundable, Entries can be passed over to someone else up to 2 weeks before the event. It is solely up to the participant to make sure details of the new runner are correct and updated via the change link you received with your registration email. We can carry your entry forward to any of our next events. Refunds will only be given in unavoidable difficult circumstances. This is not because we want to keep your money, but the administration involved to issue refunds is very costly and as a charity run by volunteers with very small budgets, We cannot afford to spend a lot of time issuing refunds. Thank you for your cooperation. 

 

Any questions you have that have not been answered here email us at: events@challengechildpoverty.com

 

Registered Charity Number: 1184302 (England and Wales)

 

We are run by volunteers and 100% of our Donations goes to fighting extreme child poverty

We cover Our operational costs by selling tickets to our 24 hour running events.