2017 Road Championship
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For those new to the Harriers or unfamiliar with this club competition, the championship series provides all senior runners with an opportunity to compete against each other and gain points.
There is a separate male and female championship. Points are awarded based on your finishing position amongst other Harriers; 25 points are awarded to the first male and female over the line, then 20 for second place, 18 for third continuing down to 1 point - with all runners taking away a minimum of one point.
This year 16 races have been selected including a mixture of local and/or popular/highly recommended races. All races are on the road and the distances vary from 5 miles to 15 miles distance; there’s plenty of opportunity to test yourself and achieve your running goals.
Whilst you can run all of the races it’s not essential and only your best 8 performances will count. You must however run a minimum of four races which must include two short races (5 mile or 10K) and two middle/longer distance (10 mile, half marathon or 15 Mile) race to be in a position to win.
The races below make up the championship for 2016.
29th Jan - Meltham 10K
5th Feb - Dewsbury 10k
TBC Feb – Wombwell 5 mile
19th Mar – Thirsk 10 mile
TBC Apr – Wakefield 10k
17th Apr – Ackworth Half
7th May – North Lincolnshire Half
8th June – Bronte 5 mile
TBC June - Joe Percy 10k
5th July – Helen Winsor 10k
13th Aug – Askern 10
10th Sep - Vale of York Half Marathon
TBC Oct - Holmfirth 15 mile
TBC Nov – Preston 10 mile
TBC Nov – Barnsley 10k
TBC Dec – Percy Pud 10k
If you compete in these events you will be awarded 10 bonus points in the Championship.
1. TBC Mar – Club 6 mile
2. TBC May - Club 5 mile
3. TBC Jul – Club 10 mile
Race and events calendar
All new members must attend an induction session before they will be allowed to join in any training sessions/runs.
For details of the next induction sessions, please review the race and events calendar above