Eden Juniors

Fell Running

 

2019 Eden Runners Fell Championships

There will be a "Main Champs" consisting of 6 races - 2 'Short', 2 'Medium', and 2 'Long'.
Your best 4 counters will score, but you have to do at least one of each distance. I.e your 4 races can't be just the 2 short and 2 medium races with no long race.
Scores will be calculated as a percentage of the overall winners time - calculated separately for males and females.
This "Main Champs" will determine the male and female Club Fell Running Champions.
In addition there will be vet categories - V40/50/60 (any V70s out there?) male and female. Note if you move from one category to another with a birthday during the year, you will only score in the new age category for those races after your birthday.
Prizes will be awarded to Overall 1-2-3 male and females, and 1st in each age category (age prizes will go to highest placed runner in an age category not in the overall top 3).

There will also be 3 "Subsidiary Champs" - short, medium, and long.

In each category there are three races IN ADDITION to the 2 races in each category in the Main Champs. I.e 5 short, 5 medium, 5 long races in total.

In each of these Subsidiary Champs your best 3 counters will score. I.e if you do the 2 main champs races in a category, you only need to do 1 of the additional three subsidiary champs races in that category. If you do just 1 of the main champs races in a category, you need to do 2 of the additional 3 races in that category. If you do none of the Main Champs races you can still do the other 3 races in a category to score.
Scores will be calculated as a percentage of the overall winners time - calculated separately for males and females.
There will be no vet categories in the subsidiary champs.
Prizes will go to the top runner in each Subsidiary Champs who hasn't already won a Main Champs prize.

This revamp is aimed at having a more focused main champs but still allowing plenty of opportunity and flexibility for getting out and racing in a club competition context. You may choose to focus on the Main Champs or to target a particular distance . To score across all 4 champs you would need to do 9 of the 15 races. The prize structure is to reward more people for their achievements and endeavours.

 

 

SHORT

MEDIUM

LONG

Main Champs

Cautley Horseshoe

Fairfield

Old Crown Round

Main Champs

Arnison Horseshoe

Kentmere

Three Shires

Subsidiary Champs

Clough Head

High Cup Nick

The Yomp

Subsidiary Champs

Grisedale Grind

Tebay

Borrowdale

Subsidiary Champs

Latrigg

Grisedale Horseshoe

Langdale

 

 

 

 

 

SHORT

MEDIUM

LONG

Jan

12th Clough Head

 

 

Feb

 

23rd High Cup Nick

 

Mar

 

 

 

April

17th Grisedale Grind

 

 

May

8th Cautley Horseshoe

18th Fairfield

 

 

15th Latrigg

 

 

June

 

26th Tebay

2nd The Yomp

July

 

28th Kentmere

20th Old Crown Round

Aug

24th Arnison Horseshoe

 

3rd Borrowdale

Sept

 

7th Grisedale

21st Three Shires

Oct

 

 

12th Langdale

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Eden Runners – Road Race Championships 2011

 

There will be 9 races in the series. You can run as many, or as few, as you wish. The more you run in, the more points you will obtain..

The Ladies’ and Men’s Championships are scored separately. So at the end of the series, there will (hopefully) be a Men’s Champion, and a Ladies Champion.

So to take an example, let’s look at Runaround Sue. She turns up for the Wesham 10k in Nov. She is a fully paid up member of Eden Runners, and has remembered to bring her green and blue ER vest. Some of her club team mates have turned up too, there are 8 blokes and 6 lasses. Sue has a stormer of a race, and finishes impressively in 48.27, a good 53 seconds faster than the time she ran at the Richmand Castle 10k in Oct. She was 3rd female Eden Runner to finish. All of her team-mates manage to finish in one piece. Fortunately, she has brought a calculator to work out how many points she’s got from the race:

Completing the race – 5 points.
PB Points – 15 points
Place points – 4 points. (6 female ER finishers – 6 points for 1st place, 5 for 2nd, so Sue gets 4 points for 3rd)


So Sue wins 24 points from this race (5+15+4)

Some important points though:

Points awarded will be based on OFFICIAL RESULTS ONLY – it doesn’t matter what your own stopwatch says.
Club vests MUST be worn.
Only fully paid-up members can take part in the Club Championships.

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