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Temple Newsam Country Park

Aire Spring Sprint League

Wed 20 April, 2016

Level of event: Level D

Type of event: Race



This event is linked to:

AIRE Spring Sprint League

  • A series of 4 Wednesday evening informal events, offering Long and Short courses.
  • Starts: 6.45-7.30
  • Sprint/Long course results go into the Spring League results table. Best 3 scores count.
  • PLEASE NOTE: Sprint/Long Course has SI punching at the Start, 3 random Controls, and the Finish !

2024 Flyer:

20/03 - Whinmoor

03/04 - Bramley Fall

17/04 - Bramley Park

01/05 - Calverley Village & Woods

League Standings:

Spring Sprint League 2024

Archive Results:

Spring Sprint League 2017

Spring Sprint League 2018

Spring Sprint League 2019

Spring Sprint League 2021

Spring Sprint League 2022

Spring League 2023

Spring Sprint League 2024


Read more…

Pre Event Info

Social at the Brown Cow at the junction of Colton Road and Selby Road.

Directions / Parking

Home Farm Car Park

From B6159 in Whitkirk follow Tourist Signs to Temple Newsam along Colton Road and Elm Tree Walk.
Turn left to car park immediately after passing through the park gates.

Registration & Start Times

Registration From 6.00 pm

Start Times 6.30-7.00 (A narrower start band to add to the atmosphere of the event)

Entry Details

Senior £3.50 Junior £1.50 per map

Course Information

Sprint - technically hard standard. (2.5k-3.5k)
(Top international runners will do this in 12-15 minutes. You’ll be slower, but feel free to use the map for a longer non-competitive run after you have completed the sprint.)

Orange – moderate difficulty (2.0k-2.5k)
(Suitable for newcomers and juniors with some experience)

Yellow - easy (1.5k-2.0k)
(Suitable for juniors with no or limited experience)

Terrain Description

Mixture of parkland and woodland.

Dog restrictions


Contacts / Officials

Organiser: Peter Jones

Important Information

Safety and Risk: A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event.

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