Pre Event Info
An Aire Club League Event
Directions / Parking
Assembly is at Rawdon Meadows Playing Fields.
Apperley Bridge Station is only 500m away. Trains (final destination Bradford Foster Square) leave Leeds at 9:41,10:41, and, probably too late, 11:41 - journey time 13 minutes, calling at Kirkstall Forge en route.
Trains leave Bradford Foster Square (final destination Leeds) at 9:13,10:13 and 11:13 - journey time 13 minutes, calling at Frizinghall and Shipley en route.
Rawdon Meadows car park is at the entrance to the Playing Fields (Woodhouse Grove School), Apperley Bridge on the A658, Harrogate Road. Car parking space is limited. Please park safely on nearby streets if the car park is full.
Do not park in the ironically named Parkin Lane. This is narrow and leads to the competition area
Registration & Start Times
Registration 10.00 -12.00
Starts 10.30 -12.30
Seniors: British Orienteering members £7.00 Non-members £9.00
Seniors on Long Orange, Orange, Yellow or White courses £3.00
Juniors: £3.00 Free on Yellow & White course.
The main rules for the Yorkshire Superleague are as follows:
- The Superleague remains open to all, but now with all age classes from M/W 10 to M/W 80.
- The Superleague will be organised by age class. Individuals will score only in their age class, even if they run up or down (using the scoring system below).
Superleague Middle Distance Recommended Courses :
Black M18 M20 M21 M35 M40
Brown M45 M50 W21 W18 W20
Blue M16 M55 M60 W35 W40
Green M65 M70 W16 W45 W50
Short Green M75 M80 W55 W60 W65
Very Short Green W70 W75 W80
Light Green M14 W14
Long Orange Not a Superleague course. Good for adult newcomers
Orange M12 W12 Good for adult newcomers and experienced young juniors
Yellow M10 W10 Good for young juniors with a little experience
White Not a Superleague course. Good for inexperienced juniors
You may run up or down from your recommended course and still count towards the league. See the Rules for further details
Deciduous woodland, with rock and contour features, and a good path network - muddy in places. The area contains some dangerous quarries, which have a fence around the top, and an old prisoner-of-war camp.
Under tight control
Contacts / Officials
Organiser: David Bowman 0113 225 1649 David.Bowman@ipfdigital.com
Planner: David Williams
Controller: Jack Cooper
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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