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The Dovedale Dash is run on a voluntary basis by local people, and all profits go to local charitable causes and the upkeep of the Thorpe Village Hall. The Dash is both a serious run for many runners and running clubs, often part of their championships, but it is also a fun run with many people even taking part in fancy dress. We like this unique combination!
There is a separate Children's race for the under 10's and under 8's starting at 10 am. The race starts at the bottom of Thorpe Cloud close to registration. The race is c1 1/4 mile and runs down to the river Dove, under Thorpe Cloud and back up Lin Dale to the main race finish. You can accompany your children should you choose to. Last year we had 76 children from as far as Northumberland participating in the Mini Dash.
Stuart Bond wins Dash for the 5th time equalling Gary Booty's record
This year's Dash was a cold one. We even had a bit of sleet at some point and the wind made it freezing!
Stuart from Dark Peak FR won the race in 27 mins and 2 secs. A fantastic result. Now up to next year Stuart to set a new record!
1st Lady home was Elsbeth Grant from Matlock AC in 31 mins and 30 seconds! Well done!
The Dovedale Dash is a cross country race of 4 3/4 mile, run by 1200 to 1400 people of all abilities. The venue is the picturesque area around the village of Thorpe near Ashbourne and Dovedale in the south of the Derbyshire Peak District.
The course is mainly along field paths and open ground in the valleys of the river Dove and Manifold. One of the excitements is the crossing of the rivers Dove at the well known Stepping Stones.
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The famous cross country race in thorpe, dovedale since 1953