Le Two-r Halves Ten
One off race in 2014 only
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|About the race|
The ‘Two Halves Ten’ was a race hosted by Halifax Harriers during the 90’s that climbed 5 miles from Halifax Town Centre to Queensbury with a more welcoming 5 mile downhill run back to the finish.
To celebrate and support the Grand Depart of the 2014 Tour de France in Yorkshire we’re re-launching this event but running it along one of the more challenging parts of the actual Tour de France course - Cragg Road. This stretch takes in the longest continuous gradient in England and makes for a perfect Two Halves Ten with an equal 5 mile climb followed by a fast 5 mile descent.
A unique race comprising a very run-able 5 mile uphill stretch along the actual Tour de France course followed by a fast 5 mile downhill finish.
|Date||8th June 2014|
UKA Licence No 2014-11707
Measurement Certificate 14/043
|Start Time||9:30 am|
|Minimum Age||17 years on the day|
|Race entry||On the day subject to race limit of 300|
Online entries close 1st June
Numbers to be collected on the day
Attached £10.50 (plus £1 on th eday)
Unattached £12.50 (plus £1 on the day)
Mytholmroyd Community Centre
Runners are requested not to wear any form
of music playing device during the event,
and if in breach of this request,
will be withdrawn from the race.