The Circuit of Dreams hosts all-day event

PUBLISHED: 10:13 23 February 2006 | UPDATED: 09:40 06 May 2010

The Circuit of Dreams

The Circuit of Dreams

Biggleswade AC is holding one of the longest track events in the country on Saturday, June 24. It is at their home track – The Circuit of Dreams – at Sandy Upper School in Engayne Avenue. Athletic clubs from around the country have been invited to race

Biggleswade AC is holding one of the 'longest' track events in the country on Saturday, June 24.

It is at their home track - The Circuit of Dreams - at Sandy Upper School in Engayne Avenue.

Athletic clubs from around the country have been invited to race over 12 hours to see who can run the furthest distance.

A large crowd is expected as this event unfolds throughout the day, ending at 9pm under the floodlights.

It is open to affiliated athletic clubs, with a limit of 20 teams and entry fee of £48 per team of six.

See www.biggleswadeac.org.uk/12hr for a full list of rules and conditions.

* Seven club members took on the challenge of the SIS Woburn 10k on Sunday.

A high number achieved personal bests, new member Geoff Muskett first home in a fantastic time of 44:50. He was followed shortly by Ray Dowse in his first ever 10k in a time of 45:24.

Natalie Darlow was Biggleswade's first lady home, just over a minute after Dowse in 46:47.

Times: Geoff Muskett 44:50; Ray Dowse 45:24 pb; Natalie Darlow 46:47 pb; Rebecca Tippett 52:24 pb; Tanya Tatchley 52:30 pb; Samantha Grist 56:33 pb; Julie Dowse 57:42 pb.


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