The 97th 100 mile race is dedicated to Ken Munro C370.  Ken was a true stalwart of our sport as a competitor and  official.

Ken became a Centurion in Essex when completing the 1965 Metropolitan Police 10 x 10 Miles race at Chigwell clocking 20.59.55, a course regarded as  one of the tougher races at which to qualify.

A long-serving Cambridge Harrier, he was an officer of the RWA Northern Area and served as Centurions’ Honorary Secretary and Merchandising Officer. He was a great supporter and adviser of long distance events.

The race will be held  Saturday 20th/Sunday 21st August 2022 on the cycle circuit at Middlesbrough Sports Village (MSV), TS4 3AE. We very much look forward to welcoming walkers from the UK and overseas.

The race will start at 12 noon on Saturday 20th August 2022.

Entries are now closed at Entry Central.

39 walkers representing 10 nationalities have entered to date and we hope this encourages more entries.  If you are unable to race we welcome offers to help and support on the day or to simply come along and enjoy meeting friends.

Read background stories of the entrants.

Planning for your race

The Middlesbrough Sports Village has parking, changing facilities and cafe selling light snacks and drinks.

Cars and camper vans are not permitted on the course, they must be parked in the Sports Village car park. Barbecues are not permitted anywhere on the site.

Registration opens 09:00 am Saturday 20th August. The race starts 12 at noon.

There will be a gazebo where walkers may leave bags and a tent for overseas supporters to use. The security of personal property is the responsibility of the owner.

The feed station will provide light refreshments.

We advise walkers to bring food and drink to supplement the hot and cold drinks and light snacks the organisers are providing. There will be a table or space on a table in the feed station for walkers to put their own food and drink.

Walkers are advised to provide their own attendant to tend to their individual needs.

Walkers are encouraged to wear their club vest. Headphones may be worn. Wearing full-length tights is permitted during night hours. Hopefully the weather will be kind but please make sure you have sufficient clothing for the night and adverse weather.

The course will be walked in an anti-clockwise direction.

Local facilities nearby
• Shell garage – mini-supermarket and fuel(Marton Rd, Middlesbrough TS4 3SE)
• Sainsburys Local (40 Broughton Ave, Middlesbrough TS4 3PZ; 0.5 mile from venue) is open 07:00am – 11:00pm

Soon after entries close on the 6th August entrants will receive all details of the race. In the meantime we look forward to welcoming everybody to the 2022 Centurion at Middlesbrough Cycle Circuit.

Lap distances

Lap 1 300m; Lap 2 496m; Laps 3 – 166 976.45m Total distance 160,933.8m

Live results:

Getting there

By Rail
Middlesbrough Railway station is under 5 miles from the venue
Eurostar to London St Pancras then local train to Middlesbrough

The railway station nearest to the venue is Marton

Train timetables also available on the National Rail and Trainline websites.

Those travelling to the venue by rail are advised that National rail strikes are planned for Thursday 18th and Saturday 20th August. Consult the RMT website for details.

Bus timetables for the Middlesbrough area on Arriva website


National Express

By air

The nearest airport is Teesside


The nearest hotels are:

• Premier Inn Middlesbrough Town Centre TS1 1AE  (2.5 miles from venue)
• Jury’s Inn TS1 1JH  (2.5 miles from venue)
• Holiday Inn Express TS1 2PA  (2.8 miles from venue)
• Travelodge TS1 5JF  (4.5 miles from venue)
• Premier Inn Middlesbrough Central (James Cook Hospital)  (1.3 miles from venue)

• The Blue Bell Hotel TS5 7HL  (1.7 miles from venue)
• The Highfield Hotel TS4 2PA  (2.1 miles from venue)

• The Sporting Lodge TS17 9LW ( 3.1 miles from venue)

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