Highlights for the year include:
- Cross Country Season – Incorporating the Club Cross Country Championships
- Scottish Indoor League (SAIL) (2017/18)
- Forth Valley League
- The Club Championships consists of a selection of races from March until October
- Athletics Scotland Fixtures List : http://scottishathletics.org.uk/calendar/events
- Scottish Hill Running Fixtures : http://www.scottishhillracing.co.uk/Races.aspx
Download: Cockleroy Chaser Event Flier
What A short fun run /walk to the top of the hill and back. Total distance about one kilometre. About 50 meters of climb. Certificates, kit-kat & juice to all finishers. No prizes. Plenty of warm / waterproof clothing advised.
Who For: Active youngsters and novices aged 5 -105. Under eights must be accompanied.
Cost 10p (but half price for senior citizens.)
Details: Martin Hyman (01506 412322) email@example.com
Team Managers: TBA
Entry is on the day, just make yourself known at the club tent in plenty of time for your race. If possible, it’s appreciated but not required if you can let the team managers know ahead of time that you will be running.
This event is open to all club members aged 9 (born after 1/09/2006) and upwards.
Race start times are normally the same for all 3 league meets, but keep an eye out for last minute changes.
- 12:00 – U11 Girls
- 12:15 – U11 Boys
- 12:30 – U13 Girls
- 12:50 -U13 Boys
- 13:05 – U17 Men
13:10 – Junior, Senior & Vet Women,
- 13:45 – U15 Boys
13:48 – U15 Girls & U17 Women
- 14:15 – Senior, Junior, Vet Men
Note that the U17 Men, and Jun/Sen/Vet Women run at the same time, but the men start a few minutes earlier. Similarly for the U15 Boys and U15/U17 Girls race
The club tent and banner will be at the start/finish area from around 11.00am where you can check-in, collect your number and pay your entry fee, which is £3 (£2 for under 11’s). It is recommended that you arrive in good time to do a recce of the course and warm up before your race.
See the East District Cross Country League page for more information about these events.
This race also counts towards the Club Cross Country Championships.
If you wish to enter please complete the following sign up form. Closing date: TBA
The Master’s Championships is a Veteran’s championships, which for those that qualify counts towards the Club’s XC championship.
Entries are open to Men and Women over 40, who are members of Scottish Athletics
See also main Cross Country Page
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, sign up at training, or comment on facebook group to enter
Entries So Far:
Scottish National Championships to be held at Callendar Park, Falkirk on Sat 23nd February. You need to pre-enter to run, also be a club member, and a member of Scottish Athletics to take part.
The event is open to anyone born before1st September 2007. (no U11s)
Changing and parking will again be at the Graeme High School on the north side of A803, just East of Falkirk town centre. The the start and finish are 500m away in Callendar Park in front of Callendar House. Take care crossing the main road.
The course is Mixed terrain, quite hilly and suitable for spikes. The big change from previous years is that the Senior Men and Women will both now run 10Km. In the past the distances have been 12Km and 8Km respectively.
Competitors must wear chips attached to their shoe-lace (They must supply their own salt and vinegar.) They must wear numbers in front only. (Except under 17 women & under 19 women who have numbers front and back.)
- Please share transport where possible and arrive at least an hour before your race, in order to prepare and reccy.
- Club tent will be erected on the west (right) side of the run-in just before the finish. Collect your number from the tent.
If you can volunteer to assit with team mangement on the day please contact email@example.com. This might include: arriving early to set up the tent, athelte registrationa dn districbution of numbers, collections of match fees on the day, assiting athletes on the day (e.g. collecting warm clothes from teh start line)
Team Managers: TBA