Late Entries: Entries taken after 6th October will incur an additional £3 late entry charge (duathletes)/£2 (runners). Last online entry date Thursdayday 15th October at 9am
Minimum Age: 15 years
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Althorp Duathlon and Run has been relocated to Holdenby House for 2015.
Suitable both for novices and experienced athletes, this late season standard and sprint distance duathlon, including seperate 5k and 10k cross country run, operates from Holdenby House with the traffic free run confined to the surrounding Holdenby Estate and bike route through beautiful Northamptonshire villages.
Built in 1583 by Sir Christopher Hatton, Holdenby House was one of the largest palaces of the Tudor period and was prison to King Charles I during the English Civil War. The House is now a private residence and we are pleased to be hosting a duathlon event from this magnificent Estate.
Competitors who enjoy running and cycling through beautiful settings will enjoy the traffic free cross country run around the Holdenby Estate with the cycle around the quiet roads between the Northamptonshire villages of East and West Haddon, Rothersthorpe and Guilsborough.
10k run is 2 laps, and 40k bike is 2 laps. Click on the pictures below for route maps, GPS profiles and run route preview video.