Live tracking and results 2019

The race numbers have now been set for the event. You can see your race number on the SIentries entry list. IMPORTANT – Whilst everyone is taking part in the same event & categories, there are 2 separate lists dependent upon how you registered. If you registered as a GENERAL ENTRY – GO HERE If…

Competitor notes available for download

The Competitor notes are now available for download. Please read all the details in full so you are aware of proceedings for the full 3 days.  We would also ask at this time that you read all previous blog posts to ensure that you have all the information required. You can’t make much of an…

Who’s looking after you… a guide to checkpoints, 1-14

There are 14 checkpoints in total on the 100 course and 6 on the 50 course. Each checkpoint provides you with the opportunity to access food, fluids, toilets, medical cover and sometimes… just an ear to listen or a shoulder to cry on. Here’s who’d looking after you on the 2019 event. Checkpoint 1, Seathwaite…

None Shall Sleep…

Completing 100 miles within the 40 hours time limit requires runners to travel through at least one full night, often 2 . Hallucinations are common amongst competitors and in 2012 one runner was convinced that he had passed opera singer Paul Potts (Britain’s Got Talent winner) and ‘swore blind’ he was humming Nessun Dorma at…

Lakeland 100 – 500 Club, Prizes and Presentation

I’m In 2015 we created the elusive 500 Club to recognize the brilliant achievements of those that have successfully completed five Lakeland 100 events. We didn’t realise at the time that the 500 club would grow into what is has today, if we had, we wouldn’t have set the trend of solid slate trophies and…

We are entering a LOCK DOWN people….

It’s 11 weeks to go and we are entering a LOCK DOWN. You probably wouldn’t have guessed it by our previous blog posts, but we are actually quite an organised bunch and we like to get things done well in advance. T-shirts have to be ordered to match your size, your names have to be…

I’m dropping out, how do I get back to HQ?

At the Montane Lakeland 50 & 100, we are one of the few events who offer a transport service to get you back to HQ if you should pull out. The planning of such a transport rota is a major cost for this event and is a huge logistical challenge as many checkpoint are a…

How can family & friends follow me and where can they spectate?

There’s lots to do for your friends and family in Coniston and we very much encourage them to come along and enjoy the atmosphere. If you’re competing in the 50 miles event, we very much encourage you to arrive Friday afternoon and join us for the iconic Lakeland 100 start, followed by the children’s fun…

What’s on the menu for 2019?

The food available at each checkpoint has remained relatively consistent for the last 12 years, as returning competitors know what to expect and it helps them to plan ahead. The table below shows the food which can be accessed at each of the checkpoint, on the Lakeland 100 and 50 course. You should note the…