Month: September 2011

Tweeting about the City of London Race on Saturday? Use hashtag #cityrace

The City of London Race is on Twitter (follow us at @londoncityrace). Use hashtag #cityrace and your tweet will be highlighted right here on the City Race website. If you upload a photograph with your tweet, we’ll also be able

Entries are now Closed

Entries have now closed. There will be limited entry on the day, subject to map and start-time availability. Start times and SI hire card numbers have now been allocated. These can be seen by following the “Start Times” link on

Final Details now Published

Final details for the race have now been published and can be downloaded (PDF format) here. Please also continue to check this website for late-breaking news.

1101 Entered Including 69 from Spain, 34 from Switzerland

Regular entries have now closed (late entries are available until 7 September) and a total of 1101 competitors have entered for the Fourth City of London Race. This includes: 69 from Spain 34 from Switzerland 27 from Norway 24 from

London Underground Closures

The following sections of the London Underground will be closed on race day. The top two are likely to directly affect many competitors: The “Bank branch” of the Northern line will be closed between Camden and Kennington – this is

1000 People Entered

Over 1000 people have now entered the City of London Race, including 200 on the Men’s Open course, making this the biggest ever standalone urban orienteering race in the United Kingdom, and possibly the biggest in the world outside of