Y 100 Sir Fynwy - 29th to 31st May 2021

Due to the continued uncertainty about the COVID-19 pandemic the organising committee of the Y 100 Sir Fynwy have reluctantly concluded that it is impossible to hold the original Y 100 Sir Fynwy with any confidence that it will be able to take place (see the Latest News announcement for a detailed explanation).

To avoid a second year without a 100 mile event, with the agreement of the LDWA National Executive Committee, it has been decided to hold a Virtual Y 100 Sir Fynwy event. The main points are:

  • To be held on the weekend of 29th to 31st May 2021
  • Entrants to choose their own route of at least 100 miles
  • The 100 mile route to be completed in 48 elapsed hours
  • Open to all LDWA members
  • No qualifying event required
  • No limit on number of entrants
  • Successful completion will count towards 10/20/30/40 Hundred awards
  • Entry via SI Entries only, entry fee £20
  • Entrants will be required to provide evidence that 100 miles has been covered
  • Certificate and badge for successful completion
  • Completion of at least 50 miles in 24 elapsed hours will qualify for the 2022 Trans Pennine 100

The route: See the Route Guidelines which also contains details of the Y 100 Sir Fynwy route for those wishing to complete that.

Rules: See event rules

Frequently Asked Questions: There are some FAQs to clarify the above points and, of course there is also the LDWA Hundreds forum.

Merchandise: The supplier have confirmed that they will continue to supply Y 100 Sir Fynwy merchandise and the map of the Y 100 Sir Fynwy route. Details will be published in a 'Latest News' announcement in January 2021.

Y 100 Sir Fynwy Map: The UK Map Cantre will continue to supply the bespoke map for the original route If you devise your own route they can supply a custom 1:25000 or 1:50000 map centred on your route.