The Three Peaks By Rail (Ben Nevis)

With a few hours rest under their belt during the overnight train journey between Ravenglass and Fort William, the challengers on the Railway Children 3 Peaks By Rail are now at the base of Ben Nevis, ready to take on stage 3 of the event!

I and the Race Time Result team wish everyone the very best of luck for this final stage. Dig deep!

Tap the link below to see the live map and find out how all of our fabulous walkers are getting on.

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Unfortunately, due to terrible weather conditions and high winds of up to 70mph, the decision had to be taken to cut the final stage of this event short to ensure the safety of everyone involved. Despite this, I’d still like to offer massive congratulations to everyone who took part in this amazing event and their absolutely stellar achievements!

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The Three Peaks By Rail (Scafell Pike)

After a short break on the journey from Bangor to Ravenglass. Our intrepid teams of challengers on the Railway Children 3 Peaks By Rail are just starting their second peak – Scafell Pike

Good luck and happy travels to everyone on the stage!

Tap the link below to see the live map and find out how all of our fabulous walkers are getting on.

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The Three Peaks By Rail (Snowdon)

35 Teams of more than 120 challengers are currently embarking on the first stage of The Railway Children 3 Peaks Challenge and climbing Snowdon in North Wales.

In partnership with Race Time Result, I’m providing technical support and monitoring while the stage is in progress to assist in making sure that everyone has a safe and enjoyable time.

Good luck to everyone taking part and have a fantastic time!

To find out more about this fantastic event, check out the video below from the 2021 challenge

Tap the link below to see the live map and find out how all of our fabulous walkers are getting on.

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The 3 Peaks By Rail Challenge

On 9th June 2022, 35 Teams of more than 120 challengers boarded a train at Crewe to embark on the first of their train journeys to take on The Railway Children 3 Peaks Challenge By Rail.

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The Challenge

To reach the summit of Snowdon in North Wales, Scafell Pike in England and Ben Nevis in Scotland using only trains to reach each location.

The Plan

  • 9th June 20.00 – 05.00 Snowdon
  • 10th June 09.00 – 16.00 Scafell Pike
  • 11th June 05.00 – 16.00 Ben Nevis

LIVE Event Map Replay

Use the drop down box at the top right of the map to choose which stage to view.

In partnership with Race Time Result, I provided technical support and monitoring while the event was in progress to assist in making sure that everyone had a safe and enjoyable time.

Unfortunately, due to horrendous weather conditions on the final stage with up to 70 Mile an hour winds, the Event Management Crew had little choice but to cut the final stage on Ben Nevis short for the safety of all.

Even so, the challengers raised an absolutely staggering £175,000 for the charity in this fantastic and challenging event. I and the Race Time Result team would like to offer a huge well done to everyone involved in the event. Amazing!

Results from The Railway Children 3 Peaks By Rail Challenge

The Challenge On Twitter

The Bourne Run In The Woods

The Race Time Result team are very pleased to present the live results from today’s 3K and 10K from the Run in The Woods.

The Run in The Woods, organised by the Rotary Club of Bourne, is an absolutely lovely trail running event through the delightful woodlands of Bourne in Lincolnshire. Race Time Result and I were delighted to be able to offer our timing services for this great event this year and it was brilliant to see so many of you coming out to run.



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The South Downs Trek

A hundred and twenty walkers have not long left the start line of The South Downs Trek to help raise funds for St. Barnabas House Hospice Care. The Trek is an off-road marathon length (26.2 miles) walk across the beautiful South Downs.

With our live mapping and tracking services, I’m providing remote support with the team from Race Time Result to assist in making sure everyone has a fantastic day as they raise money for this worthy charity.

Take a look at the map below to find out how all of our fabulous walkers are getting on.

Event organised by St Barnabas House Hospice Care
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