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Who's Looking After You In 2017?

 

There are 14 checkpoints for the 100 event and 6 for the 50 event. Each one has its own unique character. To see who's looking after you on the course and to see what's in store for you CLICK HERE.

 

2017 Checkpoint Cut Off Times

 

Along the course we have cut off times in place at all checkpoints except Seathwaite, Boot & Tilberthwaite. Cut off times are based on the average pace required to finish within the 40 hour limit. To view the cut off times CLICK HERE.

 

WHAT'S ON THE MENU IN 2017?

 

The food available at each checkpoint for 2017 is now available. The food on the list is the minimum expected at the checkpoints, there will be additional items on the day. CLICK HERE to view the menu.

 

CHECK YOUR KIT, WHAT'S ON THE COMPULSORY KIT LIST?

 

At registration, you will be required to show your compulsory kit. This is a critical part of the event and without the right equipment, you will not be allowed to race. Read this blog article in full and make sure you don't get turned away on race weekend. CLICK HERE NOW.

 

ELITE ENTRIES APPLICATION

 

We're currently taking applications for elite entries into the 2017 Montane Lakeland 50 & 100. If you are aware of people interested in gaining and elite slot, then please let them know! Applications close March 31st, please include a short CV of past results, email your application to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

£6000 DONATED TO THE NATIONAL TRUST

 

We recently made a £6,000 donation to the National Trust for work to be carried out protecting a section of dry stone walls. The work takes place on the Lakeland 100 & 50 route between Little Langdale and Tilberthwaite. As an acknowledgment of the fundraising efforts of the Lakeland competitors there will be a small plaque placed at the site. To read more CLICK HERE.

 

THE GOAL SETTING PROCESS

 

Each month we'll be publishing a series of guest blogs written by Dr Ian Boardley, a sports psychology lecturer at the University of Birmingham and a 5 time Montane Lakeland 100 finisher. In this edition Dr Boardley discusses the ways in which you can identify and avoid potential barriers to you achieving the goals you've set, as well as ways in which you can monitor and evaluate progress towards the. To read more CLICK HERE.

 

RECCE WEEKEND 28TH JANUARY 2017, AMBLESIDE TO CONISTON NIGHT RUN

 

The second day in our recce series covers the ground from Ambleside to Coniston and is relevant for both 50 and 100 competitors. As most people will do this section in the dark, it will be a NIGHT NAV recce. Talks and workshop will take place Saturday morning through to lunch and then the run will start at 4:00pm. You can see the timetable for the day by CLICKING HERE.

 

HOW TO SET EFFECTIVE GOALS FOR THE LAKELAND 50/100

 

Each month we'll be publishing a series of guest blogs written by Dr Ian Boardley, a sports psychology lecturer at the University of Birmingham and a 5 time Montane Lakeland 100 finisher. In this edition Dr Boardley takes a look at how you can most effectively set your performace and process goals. To read the second installment CLICK HERE.

 

RUN EVERYDAY DECEMBER (RED)

 

Do you struggle for motivation to run throughout the darkest months of winter? Montane Lakeland Family and Sunderland Stroller legend Tony Allen is here to help! Tony set up a Facebook group called Run Everyday December with his friends three years ago. The idea was based upon December being a 'nothing month' with very few races and motivation at an all time low. Tony thought it would be fun to have his mates running everyday of the month, but it grew into something much bigger. To read more CLICK HERE.

 

GOAL SETTING FOR SUCCESS

 

Each month we'll be publishing a series of guest blogs written by Dr Ian Boardley, a sports psychology lecturer at the University of Birmingham and a 5 time Montane Lakeland 100 finisher. Throughout the series Dr Boardley will address goal setting and race day planning. To read the first installment CLICK HERE.

 

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