Welcome to SVP100 and SVP50
The Stour Valley Path is a 100km (62 mile) long footpath in England, which starts in Newmarket (Suffolk) and ends in Cattawade, a village near Manningtree (Essex). The SVP100 covers almost the entire length of the well marked trail, and is one of the longest point to point races in East Anglia.
The path is notable for the beauty of the scenery en route. The landscape of the Stour Valley was made famous by painters such as John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough, and inspired the author Beatrix Potter. The SVP100 is easily accessible from East Anglia, London, East Midlands and Stansted airport.
Date and start time
August 11th 2018,
Start 07:00 (100k) or 13:00 (50k) TRA Permit #1339
Memorial Hall, High Street, Newmarket, CB8 8JS (100k) or Sudbury (50k)
Brantham Leisure Centre, Brantham, CO11 1RZ
Distance: 102km (63.4 miles)
Profile: +912m (2,992ft) gain, -957m (3,140ft) loss
Nature of terrain
5% paved, 95% trail
Time limit + records
15.5hrs (100k) or 9.5hrs (50k). The 100k male record = 9hrs 24, female record = 10hrs 46
Male and female winners, and team prize*. Finishers receive a medal, t-shirt, and 4 UTMB points (100k) or 2 points (50k)
The SVP100 entry fee is £70 and the SVP50 is £45
*Prizes – The team prize is based upon the cumulative time of the fastest three runners from the same club.