Fancy a running challenge with a difference? Think you could run 1 mile, on the hour, every hour, for 24 hours? Easy - right?.
Then look no further than the 'P24 - The longest Night' to be held on Saturday 19th December 2020 which is very close to the shortest daylight day of the year.
The concept is simple - starting at 8.00am you run 1 mile at any pace you like. You can run out and back, up and down your road, round the block, in your garden, even on a treadmill. Then at 9.00am you do it again, any pace you like. Same again at 10, 11, 12, 1, 2 - on the hour, every hour, 1 mile, run, walk or crawl, you get the idea. And repeat for 24 hours, running your final mile at 7.00am, on the hour, on Sunday20th December 2020.
You'll get a bespoke, sequential BIB when you sign up and then on the day we'll ask you to share some of your miles and stories to our Facebook chat groups, then submit one total result through Phoenix World at the end.
This is a challenge for literally anyone of any running ability. If you're new to running, fancy something completely different or fancy your first foray into endurance challenges, running at night, trying out a 24 hour challenge with a difference then this is for you. We also have the P12, 12 hour challenge running simultaneously on the same day.
And if you're a seasoned ultra runner, then we'd love to have you aboard and this might not be quite as straightforward as you think.
There will, of course, be the suitably epic medal (sent out after the challenge to all finishers) and the entry fee, well it had to be £24.24.
Sounds simple right?
Min' Age16 yrs