Near: St Neots
Level of event: Regional
Type of event: Race, Urban
- Postcode: PE19 1LQ *
- Lat,Lng: 52.23161,-0.25647
- Grid Ref: TL191606
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This sprint event is part of the 2018 SEOUL league and offers a full range of courses for seniors as well as courses suitable for juniors.
The format is a double sprint with a combination of parkland and urban terrain.
We will be donating profits from this event to the local Headway charity - more details on this can be found here.
Directions / Parking
Registration will be at Longsands Academy School. This is a 10 minute (0.5 mile) walk from St Neots railway station.
Information is provisional and the mapping of classes to course is subject to revision as planning proceeds.
Run one sprint race, then the second - your overall result will be based on the total time for both runs. This is not a chasing sprint so you can choose whether to have a shorter or longer gap between your two outings. The winning times for each course will be expected to be approx 15 minutes. One course will be predominantly parkland, the other will be predominantly urban.
To be competitive in the SEOUL league you should enter the course indicated for your age class. All courses are relatively short, as this is a sprint event.
|2||TBC||Womens' Open, Male Vets (M40+)|
|3||TBC||Female Vets (W40+), Male Supervet (M55+)|
|4||TBC||Female Supervet (W55+), Male Ultravet (M65+), Newcomers|
|5||TBC||Female Ultravet (W65+), Female Hypervet (W75+), Male Hypervet (M75+)|
|7||TBC||Young Juniors MW12-|
We cannot accept entries to senior courses 1-5 from anyone under the age of 17 since these courses involve road crossings. All distances are "as the crow flies". Actual distance run on an optimal route will typically be about 50% longer than the distance shown.
All courses use Sportident electronic punching.
Online pre-entries are now open, using Fabian 4. The early entry fee applies until 28 April. Entries after this date will be at the higher rate. Online entries will close on 9th May.
Entry on the day will be available for all courses subject to availability of maps. We will order maps based on entries received by the 28 April (when early entry closes), so we encourage you to enter before this date. On line entry will remain open at the higher rate until Wednesday 9th May.
|Online Entry before 28 April||Entry on line after 28 April 2018 up to 9th May||Entry on the day|
|Seniors (BO members)||£8||£9||£9|
|Seniors (non members)||£10||£11||£11|
|Juniors (Under 21) and full time students||£2||£2||£2|
|Contact SI card hire||£1||£1||£1|
This is a mixed punching event: controls will be set into beacon mode so that SIAC SI cards can be used in non contact mode. Ordinary SI cards can also be used by punching in the normal way. SIAC dibbers will be available to hire for £3. If you want to take advantage of this then you will need to indicate this when you enter. We also offer standard SI cards to hire for £1. In both cases, loss of a hire dibber will incur a charge equivalent to full replacement cost: £30 for a standard SI card, and £60 (TBC) for a SIAC.
Enquiries to entries@WAOC.org.uk
Registration & Start Times
All information is provisional and will be confirmed closer to the date of the event.
Registration and enquiries 10:00 - 12:00
Start times (first race) 10:30 - 12:00
First race courses close 1:00 pm You must report to download by this time
Start times (second race) 11:30 - 13:00
Second race courses close 2:30 pm You must report to download by this time
Terrain and map details
The two races will be on separate areas with different maps. One course will be predominantly parkland, the other will be predominantly urban.
If you are entering on the day and want to prepare your entry slip in advance, follow this link to download an entry form.
Contacts / Officials
Organiser: Helen Hague (WAOC) firstname.lastname@example.org
Planners: Stephen Borrill (WAOC) and Jason Dunning (WAOC)
Controller: Simon Errington (HH)
Important Event Information
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