Entries are now open for the free to enter ultra on 9th March 2019! 31 miles, 1 day. To enter donate your entry fee or pledge to raise funds for this vital cause.
Humanity Direct Ultra
Be a part of this unique chance to get a place on an amazing one day ultra simply by donating or fundraising for a Humanity Direct patient instead of paying an entry free!
After a successful Humanity Direct Ultra in 2018, XNRG are partnering with the charity funding vital operations for little children again on 10th March 2018. 2016’s Humanity Direct Ultra raised £8000 and helped fund life saving & life changing operation’s for 34 children.
We recommend a donation of £58 when you sign up, or you can pledge to raise as much as you can instead of paying to enter an ultra marathon - saving & changing the lives of children in developing countries who desperately need surgery.
How does it Work?
It's simple. Instead of charging an entry fee for the one day ultra marathon, XNRG ask you to donate £58 pounds to fund a vital operation, or if you prefer, you can start a fundraising page instead - and raise the amount that you feel you can.
100% of donations go to children’s operations in Africa with Humanity Direct
“The support we’ve had from XNRG has been phenomenal. Thanks to you we’ve rolled out a vital eye-testing programme for children in rural Uganda with over 600 children receiving free glasses so far. Your donations and dedication have also helped us continue to provide lifesaving and life changing surgery for children whose families are live on less then a $1 a day and who would never be able to afford the medical care they need. XNRG ultras truly do change lives!”
- Nick Swift, Humanity Direct’s Founder
Full Event Details
Navigation and Support:
Note - No dogs allowed on site
Starting and finishing at Dr Challoner's Grammar School, Amersham, the 31 mile route takes in many areas of natural beauty in the Chilterns, including the Misbourne Valley, the Chess Valley, some of the best areas in the Chiltern Hills. The "Humanity Direct 50Km Challenge" is run mainly on footpaths and bridleways, with a little road section. The route is comprehensively marked with tape, paint, direction arrows. All competitors will also be given a map and GPS download. The event is supported by our course manager and his experienced on course crew to ensure you have a great event and maintain event safety. A fully qualified medical crew are in attendance, to give first aid and to manage any serious medical problems in cooperation with the emergency services.
- Free parking at Dr Challoner's Grammar School.
- A fully recced and marked route to make the event special and challenging for all
- Full medical cover throughout
- A quality finishers Technical T Shirt and medal.
- Toilets/showers and changing facilities
- Checkpoint food and water throughout
- Free tea, coffee and cake at the finish
- Prizes and trophies for overall winners and category winners
- A great atmosphere and a fun, but challenging day out
- Action photos en-route, free to download.
Trains to Amersham leave from London Marylebone about every half hour with a duration of between 30 and 40 minutes. It's a 5 minute walk from the station to the school.
By Road - Amersham is about a 15 minute drive on the A335 from Junction 2 of the M40.
Prizes at the event:
The winners will receive fantastic prizes from our main sponsor Sealskinz. Runners up will receive prizes from our friends at Apex Sport and Hoko Sport.
Full event instructions:
These can be downloaded from the link in the header of the event. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or say hello on twitter
Download .gpx file here