Fitstuff G3 Race 3
A 15-year-old hilly run attracting the very best and most fun-loving runners. This popular event is well renowned for its tough cross country routes, and so sells out extremely quickly (absolutely nothing to do with the infamous homemade brownies and flapjacks). Medals can be earned at each event for all finishers. Will you get all 3?
Enter online and receive your confirmation email. Nothing will be sent to you in the post before the event. You will collect your race number and timing chip on the day from the Fitstuff G3 registration desk.
Guildford or West Clandon train stations are the nearest, but we advise cycling or getting a lift to this event.
You must pay for parking using the RingGo app. Simply download the App now and set up your account. You pay via the App on race day.
Bags can be left in the event white van during the event.
WHAT TO WEAR
Trail running shoes are recommended. The best kit can be bought from Fitstuff.
The Fitstuff G3 2020 run series courses include hills, mud, sand and more hills!
Team Medic will scoop you up.
Chip timing with DBMax.
Public loos and temporary toilets.
There will be water at 5km and finish line.
Our famous home-made flapjacks and brownies as well as bananas will be provided and there are two cafes on site at Newlands Corner.
Trail running shoes, leggings or shorts, tops, and heart rate monitors are all available from Fitstuff.
Registration opens 0715
Registration closes 0815
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Another installment of the G3 nicely delivered. Beautiful if hilly course including the infamous steep St Marthas back passage. Registration was ve...
This was the rescheduled Fitstuff G3 Race number 3. Having run the two other races, I thought I knew what to expect. Little did I know that the org...
I did all three runs (1 x 10km and 2 x 15km) and all were tough and rewarding. The marshals were very friendly and the cow bells at the top of M...