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3:10 To St Ives

 
 
Porthkidney Beach, Church Road, Lelant, United Kingdom, Lelant, United Kingdom
Distances
5.00KM Run

Description

'3:10 to Yuma' is arguably one of the defining 50's Westerns that's well known by movie buffs everywhere. '3:10 to Yuma' is a 1957 American Western starring Glenn Ford and Van Heflin and directed by Delmer Daves. The film was based on a 1953 short story by Elmore Leonard. The film is about a drought-impoverished rancher who takes on the risky job of taking a notorious outlaw to justice via the 3:10 train to Yuma... As a complete Western movie nut (I'm currently listening to The Magnificent Seven whilst typing), I came up with the idea of using The South West Coast Path for something very quirky. To celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the movie you are all invited to take part in the '3:10 to St Ives'. 3:10 BEING THE 5K DISTANCE(HOW COOL IS THAT?! YOU SEE WHAT I DID THERE?) The only coastal 5k within Cornwall in the calender running year!!! The event starts from St Uny Church at Lelant and follows Britain's most beautiful branch line from Lelant into the very heart of St Ives( Britain's No.2 destination at New Year's and the most famous seaside resort in the country) An afternoon race in hopefully late spring sunshine( Not guaranteed of course) following the trains in and out of St Ives, Carbis Bay and Lelant. Descend upon the glorious dunes of the North Coast of Cornwall to 'track' the line in all its beauty over bridges, steps and minor climbs with St Ives and The Island in clear view constantly. You'll pass through Hawk's Point which gives you an uncompromising and sheer honest view of the wonderful coves of Carbis Bay and St Ives. You'll even be given your bespoke 'Ticket' at registration(Can't be used on an actual train ride as it's a memento) The incredible finish will be near to St Ives Train Station making for an easy journey back on the train to Lelant back to your cars. This event includes: Mementos for all participants (Train related medal and Ticket) Fully marshalled Fully supported Fully marked Sweepers Omega Medical Cover Support throughout Awards for 1st,2nd,3rd Male and Female Refreshments in usual Bys Vyken Events style Smiles all round of course  Strictly NO use of headphones Strictly NO dogs on this route as it's a quick 5k on the coast and things could get a little dangerous. All participants should be 18+


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4.8
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Reviews (15)
4.8
36 Reviews

This is the second time I have taken part in this race. It's the perfect distance for new runners but also a great race for more experienced runner...

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Did this race this year, when I signed up was expecting to finish and receive a medal as that’s what it said we would get online, but all it ...

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There weren’t no mules, donkeys or deputies here, but everyone a full on Sheriff with the presentation of an awesome, bona fide, Sheriffs bad...

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