Hathersage Hilly 2018 Results
Congratulations to all those who took part in the event on Sunday 22 July 2018, and a massive thank you to all our awesome volunteers and marshals for the day.
You can now check out the results online from our timing partner StuWeb:
The start list for Hathersage Hilly is now finalised. You can view the start sheet by clicking here.
The Race Information is now available here.
Any issues please email Jim Lafferty
We would strongly suggest you arrive at least an hour before your start time to register, set up your two transitions, and get to the pool area in time for a relaxed start.
Well done to those who took part in our 2017 event, you can now find your results here
A huge thank you to all our volunteers for making the day run so smoothly.
Thank you to Ryan Jenkinson for filming this video for us – we think it perfectly sums up the fun had on the day!
The village of Hathersage lies in the heart of the beautiful Peak District National Park, and is easily reached from Sheffield, Manchester, Leeds and Nottingham. It’s an interesting and historic village with links to Robin Hood and the Eyre family; it’s also a popular centre for walkers and rock-climbers. The 420 metre swim takes place in a heated, open-air pool with wide lanes making it enjoyable for swimmers of all abilities. There’s also plenty of room poolside for your supporters. After the swim it’s on to the 20K bike and, with a name like the Hathersage Hilly, you know it won’t be flat! However, the hills are not so long or steep, and you’ll be rewarded with some stunning views of the Derbyshire countryside. The 7km run is almost entirely through woodland and open countryside with off road running shoes being an option if it’s wet. Again, the run has a few hills but don’t worry too much – it’s a long, fast downhill to the finish line! With your race over, there is a café at the swimming pool for hot drinks and snacks, and Hathersage village has plenty of tea shops, pubs, and outdoor pursuit shops to keep you busy.
Links to the bike and run routes are: