Guest Post: The Big Fat Goal (by @AliceH82)

Our sponsored athlete Alice Hector @AliceH82 is a pro triathlete, and returns with a guest blog for the new year on the topical but sometimes difficult subject of Motivation. Alice’s personal website is So you want to get fit in the New Year? In the first few weeks, it’s easy enough to get out there, but […]

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Guest Post: An introduction to ultramarathon running (by @AliceH82)

I was sitting around the table with my housemates on Saturday night, having my one glass of wine before they went on their proper night out, leaving me to my ten pm bedtime. As the drinks flowed, conversation became more animated. ‘Name one of the most ridiculous things you’ve ever done’ said Herbert (names have […]

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Mobile-friendly Entrycentral relaunch

We’re celebrating  EntryCentral’s biggest overhaul in the eleven years we’ve been open for business. We have rewritten the public website from the ground up, using state-of-the-art tools and frameworks. The main benefit of this stage of development is that EntryCentral is now mobile-friendly, so you can sign-up for things more easily when you are using small-screen devices. […]

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Alice Hector completes EntryCentral’s partnerships for 2015

Elite triathlete Alice Hector completes EntryCentral’s partnerships for 2015 EntryCentral is proud to announce its sponsorship of professional long distance triathlete Alice Hector for 2015. Individual athlete sponsorship is a new, exciting area for us. We’re confident that Alice is going to build on her 2014 progress and will be climbing a few more podiums in […]

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New transaction rates at EntryCentral

EntryCentral’s transaction rates have dropped from 5% (min £1) to 5% (min 60p). This change delivers a significant reduction in price for cheaper events. When we set up EntryCentral, back in 2003, we needed to settle on some business rates. We decided on 5% with a minimum of £1, which was much cheaper that our […]

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Hot Tickets

Something that’s often a cause of frustration for users of ticketing systems, is how quickly events can sell out. Remembering the ticketing for London 2012, the news was full of people saying: “I entered all our details and got to the payment stage, but then all the places were gone!”. In addition, there can be […]

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