Sunday 5th March 2017
Fancy a dirty weekend? Then come and join us at the original Beast, now in our 9th year! With 40 (ish, who’s counting) jumps to tackle, 2 water splashes to wake you up, camouflage netting to squeeze under, lung busting hills including the famous Nessie hill to stagger up (and down) and not forgetting the 2 water wades to really finish you off. Can you tame The Beast?
The Beast takes place at Aylesford Equine X Country Course, Aylesford Farm, Shoby, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, LE14 3PF. The course is well signed and located off the A6006, 5miles from Melton Mowbray and 1 mile from the Six Hills junction.
The Beast will commence at 11.00am on Sunday 5th March 2017.
How can I enter?
The Beast is open to runners of all abilities, aged 18 years or over on race day.
Pre Entries are only available online. There are no postal entries for The Beast events. You must provide a valid email address for all race correspondence. All online payments are safe and secure. Online entries will close at midnight on Tuesday 28th February.
Online entries will receive an email confirmation of entry. All runners will receive a pre race email after the online entries have closed, on Wednesday 1st March, with all 'on the day' information. Runners will collect their race numbers from Registration.
Entries will be accepted up until 10.15am on Race Day ONLY if the race limit of 500 is not reached.
Registration will close at 10.30am.
Pre Entry Fee £35
On the day Entry fee £40
Enter both The Beast and The Winter Beast, which will be held on Sunday 12th November, before 28th February to receive a £10 discount.
Enter Online here
Edit Entries here
Entry List here
Pre Race Briefing?
There'll be a Pre Race Briefing for ALL competitors at 10.45am at the start area to warn you of any additional hazards.
There'll be free on site parking for all competitors and spectators. Parking will be supervised by The Beast marshals.
There'll be drinks stations halfway round the course, at the start of the Double lap and at the finish.
First Aid will be available at the Start/Finish area and there will be mobile First Aiders on the course.
The event photographs will be available to view, share, tag and download for free from the event facebook page.
There'll be a number of catering options available on the day, including veggie options. These will be onsite from approximately 8.30am to provide breakfast for any runners arriving early.
Unfortunately due to the nature of the course, Emergency vehicle access and the fact that the surrounding land is privately owned (we only hire the actual course) we are unable to allow spectators onto The Beast course. Please respect the marshals, the landowners and the course markings and remain behind the barriers at all times.
Key and Bag Storage?
Key and Bag storage will be available at the Registration Tent. Although the Registration Tent will be supervised throughout the duration of the event, Pure Personal Training Ltd cannot be held responsible for any loss of keys/property left at the Tent.
Every finisher will receive The Beast medal and event t shirt, plus our infamous flapjacks...
The first, second and third male and female runners to complete 1 lap (quit) and the first, second and third male and female runners to complete 2 laps (double) will receive a prize.
Tackling The Beast may seem a little daunting, but don't despair, there'll be toilets at the Start/Finish area. Please respect the surroundings of Aylesford Farm and use the loos provided.
There's a 'Field Shower' available to competitors in the car park. Okay, it's a hosepipe.
We advise the wearing of trail or fell shoes, however if you enjoy crawling up hills and sliding down them, road shoes will be just fine. Running spikes are not allowed.
The race results will be posted on the Results section of the website the day after the race.
We will be happy to offer a 50% refund of the entry fee up until 2 months prior to The Beast or a transfer to another Beast event. After this time we regret that we will not be able to provide any refund, transfer or credit either in part or in full, whatever the circumstances of the entrants' non-attendance.
Finally, we all love a dirty weekend but a word of caution, please DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TAME THE BEAST if you're feeling unwell or have an injury. You can always try again at another Beast.