Steyning A.C. presents the 19th Stinger on Sunday 1st March, 2020.
Full Marathon (approx) and Half Marathon (approx) held under UK Athletics rules.
The Steyning Stinger is a hilly cross-country run through the South Downs between Steyning, Storrington and Shoreham-by-Sea. It takes place on the first Sunday in March.
All runners get a “free” breakfast at the end of the event at Steyning Grammar School.
ONLINE ENTRIES ARE NOW OPEN.
Please review the ‘Important Information‘ section on the entry website before registering for the event.
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Marathon Male 2:52.50 Danny Kendall (Cambridge Harriers), 2014
Marathon Female 3:25.53 Lucy Brooks (Serpentine), 2007
Half Marathon Male 1:23.05 James Walker (Steyning AC), 2006
Half Marathon Female 1:32.29 Gill Wheeler (Hailsham Harriers), 2009
Drinks stations: (distances in miles)
Washington (A24) – Interval 4.5 Distance 4.5
North Farm (A24) – Interval 3.5 Distance 8.0
Cissbury Ring CP – Interval 4.7 Distance 12.7
Cissbury Ring CP – Interval 3.8 Distance 16.5
Bostal Road CP – Interval 1.7 Distance 18.2
Bostal Road CP – Interval 3.5 Distance 21.7
Upper Beeches – Interval 2.3 Distance 24.0
Finish – Interval 2.2 Distance 26.2
In addition to the Drinks Stations above, the following points will be Marshalled:
Chanctonbury Ring Road
Washington (Old Road)
Sullington Hill (Old Barn)
Chanctonbury Cross-roads (Lion’s Bank)
Worthing Golf Course (South side)
Steep Down (South side)
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Photos will be taken on the day and be available for competitors to download for free.
Technical Running T, produced by Chailey Heritage Enterprise Centre (CHEC), a social enterprise providing work opportunities for severely disabled adults.
Available to purchase along with the online race entry.
- Lightweight Neoteric TM textured fabric with inherent wickability and quick drying properties
- Relaxed fit
- Set in sleeve design
- Twin needle stitching detail
- UPF 30+ UV protection