Sun 17 May, 2020
Level of event: Regional
Type of event:
An Aire Club League Event
Incorporating the YHOA Schools Championships.
To ensure sufficient maps are available will any school groups coming please email the Organiser details of numbers on each course no later than Sunday 10th May
Pre Event Info
Directions / Parking
Parking and Assembly is by the Middleton Park Visitor Centre, off Town Street
This is best approached from the A653 Leeds-Dewsbury Road heading south on Beeston Park Ring Road. After 1.5k by the watertower turn left into Town Street The park entrance is a further 500m on the left. Parking will be signed from this point.
Registration & Start Times
Registration from 10.00 to 12.00
Start times from 10.30 to 12.30.
Courses close at 2.30
Seniors £10.00 (£8.00 for BO members)
Seniors £4.00 on Orange, Yellow and White Courses
Juniors and Students £4.00
Juniors free on White and Yellow courses
Controls will be enabled for Contactless punching with SIACs.
The punching Start and Finish will not be in Contactless mode and need to be punched by all competitors.
An SIAC battery test box will be available at Registration and the final SIAC test will be available at -1.
It is the competitor’s responsibility to ensure that their SIcard has registered at the control.
Traditional SI cards will be available for hire at the event from Enquiries. Unfortunately we are not able to offer SIAC cards for hire at this event. A charge of £30 will be made for lost or non-returned hire SI cards.
1:10000 map. 5m contours, updated 2019 for the British Relay Championships
White: Very Easy - For young and inexperienced juniors
Yellow: Easy - For juniors with a little experience
Orange: Moderately Easy - For more experienced juniors and inexperienced seniors.
Light Green: Moderately Hard - For experienced juniors
Short Green: Hard
Long Orange: Moderately Easy 130m Suitable for less experienced but fit adults.
All course lengths subject to final controlling.
Heavily pitted ancient deciduous woodland, with an extensive path network. The area is disected by 2 valleys. There are also some open areas.
Long Orange, Green, Blue and Brown courses cross a very heavily used Mountain Bike Trail once, at a point where the cyclists tend to slow down. Please cross with care and do not run on or cross the trail at any other point.
Dogs under control on the courses. Please clear up any mess.
Contacts / Officials
Organiser: Guy Patterson firstname.lastname@example.org
Planner: Chris Burden
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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