JogleUltra – John O’Groats To Lands End 2010

John O'Groats to Lands End 2010The UK’s longest multiday race taking place this year is the John O’Groats To Lands End JogleUltra.

The event, organised by Rory Coleman, began April 30th at John O’Groats in Scotland with 12 runners hoping to cover the 850 mile distance.

Today is Day 12 and the field has been reduced to three runners: Leader Neil Bryant, David Miles and Mark Cockbain. According to the event website, it looks like the runners have been running together for the last three days as they all have the same finishing times.

Neil Bryant courtesy of RoryColeman.co.uk

This morning they are starting from Chepstow and heading toward the South-West after crossing the Severn Bridge.

There are regular updates on the blog at 9barjogleultra.blogspot.com.

Daily results can be found on Rory’s website at: www.rorycoleman.co.uk

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