VIRTUAL RUNNING CHALLENGE
LIVE NOW - OPEN UNTIL THE END OF 2024
Run, walk, cycle, crosstrain or swim 167 miles along the route of the Royal Progress of 1535 from Wulfhall to Windsor and then head back to Greenwich.
Along the way, we'll explore the theory that Jane accompanied Anne Boelyn and Henry VIII on this trip, and question when their courtship truly began.
Earn beautiful bling, stay focused and make your miles more fun. Complete your 167 miles however you like - and choose to complete it in 2, 4, 6, 8 or 16 weeks and sign up today.
EARN BEAUTIFUL BLING
Celebrate your achievement with a beautiful limited edition Jane Seymour medal. Exclusively designed for this event, with lots of special touches for history-lovers, this medal is bound to stand out in your collection.
GET THE WHOLE SET
Jane Seymour's 167 Miles of Bitter Rivalry is the third in a series of 6 events dedicated to Henry VIII's Wives. All the medals fit together beautifully to form a set. Do you have what it takes to do them all and earn all 6 plus the Finisher's Coin?
UNRAVEL FASCINATING HISTORY AS YOU GO
Jane Seymour - she's thought of as meek and gentle. We know her as Henry's favourite Queen for giving him a male heir. But was she really that passive in the downfall of her predecessor, Anne Boleyn?
Of all Henry's Queens, it's hard to pin Jane down in the historical evidence. So we are using this challenge to explore a theory - that Jane first caught the eye of the King on the Royal Progress of 1535 - and thus began her campaign to become Queen. We'll paint the picture of a more ruthless and decisive figure than you may have seen in previous interpretations of "The One Who Died".
Optional: Add a limited edition Henry VIII's Wives running buff - click here for more info.
OR get a great deal when you sign up for all your challenges together by buying a 6, 5 or 4-queen season pass. More info here.
DON'T WANT A MEDAL? Take part for just £15 + VAT (if applicable):
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SIGNED UP AND LOOKING TO GET STARTED ON YOUR JOURNEY?
Check for an email from Secret London Runs with all the info you need about getting set up on the Jane Seymour virtual challenge.
Can't find it? You can also check out our Set Up Information Guide here.
Jane Seymour: 167 Miles of Bitter Rivalry
Sorry, we don't give refunds on this event. If you are unable to take part due to illness, don't worry as the challenge is open until the end of 2024. We will send you your medal and you can keep it safe until you've completed the challenge!
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I know that running in an event that is organised as a virtual activity where I run on my own, at a date and time of my choosing, in a location and running route of my choosing, which will not have any support or security measures in place by Secret London Runs is a potentially hazardous activity, which could result in injury or death. I acknowledge that I am participating in the activity outlined by this virtual event by my own free will and at my own personal risk. By ticking this box, I certify that I am medically able to perform this event, in good health, and I am properly trained. I further agree to abide by my local government guidelines and laws for the prevention of the spread of COVID-19 whilst partaking in this virtual event. I agree to follow all highway safety codes whilst out running and being mindful of other pedestrians and road users. I assume all risks to me associated with running on my own as part of this virtual activity, including but not limited to: falls, contact with other pedestrians, the effects of the weather, traffic and the conditions of the road or trail, all such risks being known or unknown and appreciated by me when out running on my own without any type of support from local officials or event organisers.