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Cheshire Road Race Grand Prix Results

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Cheshire County Road Race Grand Prix 2003 Final standings

Race 1 Four Villages 1/2 marathon Sunday 19th January 2003 Mens results Womens results
Race 2 Alsager 5 Sunday 2nd February 2003 Mens results Womens results
Race 3 Wilmslow 1/2 marathon Sunday 23rd March 2003 Mens results Womens results
Race 4 Chester Spring 5 Tuesday 8th April 2003 Mens results Womens results
Race 5 Christleton 5k Friday 9th May 2003 Mens results Womens results
Race 6 Birchwood 10k Sunday 17th August 2003 Mens results Womens results

Rules

  1. The Cheshire County RR GP will comprise a number of open races within the county of Cheshire between 1st January and a date set by UKA, which for 2003 is 17th August.
  2. Where possible, the events chosen will be across a range of distances, and spread throughout the county, and the timeframe of the GP.
  3. The GP will be administered by a Co-ordinator, whose decision in the event of any dispute will be final.
  4. Any Cheshire-based club must indicate their willingness to take part in the GP by registering, and must appoint a club rep, who will deal with eligibility queries etc.
  5. There is no fee to register for the GP.
  6. Clubs may, at the discretion of the Co-ordinator, be allowed to register at any time during the GP, but points will not be allocated retrospectively for races already completed.
  7. For 2003, the GP will comprise 6 events, with a club's best 5 scores to count.
  8. At the end of the GP, the winning men's team and winning ladies' team will be invited to represent Cheshire in the Grand Prix Final.
  9. Any race chosen as part of the GP will send a supply of race entry forms to the club rep of each registered club.
  10. The GP is open only to first-claim and NoEAA-registered athletes.
  11. Once a club is registered, no special entry requirements apply. Runners just enter races as they would for any other open road race, and the GP Co-ordinator will identify eligible runners in the results supplied by the race organiser.
  12. If, after entering a GP race, a runner is unable to compete, his/her number must not be given to a club colleague. As well as being against UKA rules, it will lead to disqualification from the GP for both runners concerned.
  13. Scoring system: Points are awarded based on finishing position within the GP on the following basis:-
    (All ineligible and non-scoring runners are removed from the results first)
    Men: 100-99-98-.....-3-2-1 with 6 to score for a team
    Women: 50-49-48-.....-3-2-1 with 4 to score for a team

Fixtures

Four Villages 1/2 marathon (Sunday 19th January, Helsby RC)

Alsager 5 (Sunday 2nd February, Grassroots Runners)

Wilmslow 1/2 marathon (Sunday 23rd March, Wilmslow RC)

Chester Spring 5 (Tuesday 8th April, West Cheshire AC)

Christleton 5k (Friday 9th May, Tattenhall Runners)

Birchwood 10k (Sunday 17th August, Spectrum Striders)

(Note: Early entry to the 2 half marathons is essential. Neither race accepts entries on the day, and both usually close their entries several weeks before the race.)

(version 2, updated 14th December 2002)

 

Cheshire County Road Race Grand Prix 2003 rules

Cheshire County Road Race Grand Prix 2003 registration form

Registered Clubs

The following 15 clubs are now registered for the GP:-

Boalloy RC

Chester Tri Club

Congleton Harriers

Crewe & Nantwich AC

Helsby RC

Macclesfield Harriers

Ellesmere Port RC (Formally Rivacre Runners)

South Cheshire Harriers

Spectrum Striders

Tattenhall Runners

Vale Royal AC

Warrington AC

Warrington RR

West Cheshire AC

Wilmslow RC

Any other Cheshire-affiliated clubs who wish to register can do so by contacting Adrian Thiemicke , .

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