Peak District Ultras 2022 Results

Race Date: Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th September 2022
The Peak District Ultras are three races over one weekend, starting and finishing in Castleton.

​The Millstone 100

This is a 100 mile route named after the giant millstones marking the entrance to the National Park. It is made up of two loops, each roughly 50 miles.  The first loop starts on the Friday evening taking in some of the main landmarks of the Dark Peak north of Castleton.  The second loop is south of Castleton in the White peak.

The Limestone 50

The 50 mile option is the second loop of the Millstone 100 through the limestone White Peak. It starts on the Saturday morning.

​The Peveril 33

The 33 mile option shares the start time, first 16 and last 9 miles with the Limestone 50.  In between is a climb out of Baslow with views back across the high edges of the eastern peak, and a traverse of Longstone Edge as the course descends to rejoin the longer routes at Monsal Head.

The cut-off finish time for all three races is 6am Sunday.

One Strider, Kieran Surgeon, took part in the Peveril 33, finishing 11th in 6:38:21. He looks to be enjoying the experience in the photos!

Photo courtesy of Peak District Ultras (Frank Golden Sports Photos)

The Peveril 33 was won by Marcus Scotney (Team Montane/Scott Running) in 4:45:45 and first woman was Rachel Biggin (Hillsborough & Rivelin) in 6:34:19.  There were 105 finishers.

The Limestone 50 was won by Edward Hili in 8:51:26 and first woman was Mim Slinn in 11:12:06. 63 finishers.

The Millstone 100 was won by Greg Hopkinson (Matlock AC) in 23:57:49 and first woman was Emma Roe in 32:33:13.  16 finishers.

Link to full results here.

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