The Naseby 1645 is a 16.45 mile road race that weaves it way through stunning rural Northamptonshire, passing seven Battle of Naseby 1645 memorials and viewpoints.
Age 18 & over
A unique challenge, at the perfect time of year for those preparing for Spring marathons, the Naseby 1645 weaves through rural Northamptonshire passing seven Battle of Naseby 1645 memorials and viewpoints.
There's a new Race HQ, with the race starting and finishing at Marston Lodge Farm, Marston Trussell.
The route remains unchanged from previous years, but with the new start/finish location, the challenge of ‘Dick’s Hill’ comes a little earlier on the route!
The route is challenging and you are guaranteed a PB for the distance (unless you ran it last year!) as there is nothing like it in the area. It is entirely run on roads, many of which will be closed during the race to traffic, ensuring the highest standards of safety for runners. This is a challenging and undulating course having a total ascent of 289m.
As in previous years, we will have water and feed stations at regular intervals along the route stocked with water and electrolyte. These will be located at around the 3, 6, 10 and 13-mile marks, as well as one at the finish.
There will be trophies for the top 3 male and female finishers, and all finishers will receive a specially commissioned Naseby 1645 event medal.