Oxford Self-Transcendence Summer Races
A series of races held every summer on Monday evenings at 7pm 2017 - May 8th, 22nd, 29th and June 12th
About the event
Our Self Transcendence race series is held every summer in Cutteslowe Park, Oxford. Races take place on Monday evenings at 7.00pm. The course is a 1-mile loop around the edge of the park. Mostly the surface is grass, however, a short section is paved therefore spikes are not suitable.
2017 Race calender
- 8th May - 3 miles - Results of Race from 8th May
- 22nd May - 2 miles - Results of Race from 22nd May
- 29th May - 3 miles - 30th Anniversary - Results of race from 29th May
- 12th June - 4 miles
- 9th May - 3 miles - Result
- 23rd May - 2 miles - Result
- 30th May - 3 miles - Result
- 13th June - 4 miles - Result
Entry is on the day. From 6.15pm until 6.50pm. (No online entry). All races start at 7.00pm.
Directions to start line: There are 2 car parks and 2 entrances to Cutteslowe Park, either is fine. The closer car park and slightly easier to find is just off the eastbound A40 (London direction). The turn off is about 300 yards after the Summertown Roundabout. The race starts by the duck pond on part of the Peace Mile. Contact Tejvan if you get lost on 07952 419874
- £3.00 (attached athletes)
- £5.00 (unattached athletes)
- Enter all 4 races for the price of 3!
Self Transcendence 3 Mile Race
Self Transcendence 2 Mile Race
Self Transcendence 3 Mile Race (30th Anniversary)
Self Transcendence 4 Mile Race
Prizes and age categories
Prizes are generally quite small. A nice medal at the end of the series. But, you probably have a good chance of winning. We have plenty of categories. Just turn up to give yourself a chance!
- Junior boys under 18
- Junior girls - under 18
- Senior men 18-39
- Vet Men 40-49
- Super vet Men 50-59
- Vet 60 Men+
- Senior Women 18-39
- Vet Women 40-49
- Vet women 50+
Others due to popular demand
History of the Sri Chinmoy Peace Mile
The Oxford Peace Mile was inaugurated on 29th May 1987 by our club's founder, Sri Chinmoy; pictured next to Mayor (see photo on right) at the opening ceremony with the Mayor of Oxford.