Presented by North Shields Poly and Blyth Running Club
Provisional schedule (please note, timings are approximate and subject to change). A full schedule will be published here at least 3 days prior to event. Refreshments available in the clubhouse.
4 x 100m U11 (2 races), U13, U15, U17, Senior From 11:30
4 x 400m U17, Senior (U17W to run 4×300) Not before 12:40
Open 1 Mile U17, Senior (races will be seeded) Not before 13:15
4 x 200m U13, U15, U17, Senior Not before 13:40
4 x 800m U13, U15, U17, Senior Not before 14:30
Final Presentations Approx 16:20
There will be a Sprint Relay Challenge Shield presented to the club which scores the most points. NS Poly are the reigning champions. Additional prizes will be on offer to the fastest teams. U11 athletes will all receive a medal. As races could be combined, times may not be accepted for record purposes. Composite (mixed club) relay teams are allowed, but will not score Shield points. Team managers will be provided with complete rules prior to event.
Teams must register on the day for the events they are taking part in, no later than 30 minutes before each event. U11 Boys and Girls will have the opportunity to race twice in 4 x 100 relays, but will not score shield points. Entries will be accepted on the day, but it will help the organisation of the event if you can let us know in advance if your club intends to enter teams for the event.
Please send pre-notifications of club/compisite team entries to Daniel Njai (email@example.com). Please give name of club/composite team, approx number of teams for each age group / distance / gender.
Open 1 Mile – Race(s) will be seeded and may be mixed age groups / gender. Pre-enter by emailing Name, Club, DOB & Predicted time to firstname.lastname@example.org. Late entries and payment on day accepted up to 12:30. Trophy to fastest overall male/female. Entry Fee £4
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