How to enter the Hever Castle Festival of Endurance
We are delighted to be the official charity for this fantastic event, so join Team Macmillan and we'll support you every step of the way. With multiple triathlon distances, run only and swim only events, there is truly something for everyone. There are two ways to get yourself signed up:
Secure a charity place at the Hever Castle Festival of Endurance
Our charity places are a great way to make a difference to people living with cancer. Macmillan are offering you a discounted place at the Festival of Endurance in their range of disciplines, with the below reg fees and fundraising pledges:
All runs - £10 reg fee and £200 fundraising pledge
All swims - £10 reg fee and £200 fundraising pledge
Triathlon distances up to Olympic - £20 reg fee and £350 fundraising pledge
Gauntlet distance - £25 reg fee and £500 fundraising pledge
To apply, simply sign up here. This will take you to official race website where you can select 'Macmillan Entry'.
Use your own place
Public entry for the Hever Castle Festival of Endurance is now open on the official race website. If you want to support Macmillan then just tick our box when registering on the race website. If you already have a place with the event organisers, sign up here to let us know! There’s no minimum sponsorship, just raise as much as you can!
What distances are there?
The Bastion (iron distance)- 3.8km/180km/42km
The Gauntlet (half iron / middle distance) – 1.9km swim, 90km cycle and 21km run
Duathlon (middle / long distance)- 10.5km/45km/4km
Aquathlon (middle / long distance) - 1.9km swim /10.5km Run
Open Water Swim - 1.9km, 3.8km or 10km
Run Half Marathon
Run Full Marathon
Why should I join Team Macmillan?
Nothing beats our support on the course, whatever the weather and no matter what your finish time is.
When you join Team Macmillan you will receive:
Free Macmillan running vest or t-shirt to wear
Dedicated running training and fundraising guide
Access to our online training zone
Support on the course to help you reach the finish line
16 years old is the minimum age of entry for the Starter Sprint and Super Sprint, and 18 years old is the minimum age of entry for the Sprint Plus, Olympic, Gauntlet and Bastion distances, as of 31 December in the year in which the participant is competing.
We need an army of cheerers to make this event special. If running is not your thing or you have any family and friends who'd like to come and support you on the day, we'd love them to join our volunteer team!