Podium Potential At Virtual Vets Relays

Podium Potential At Virtual Vets Relays


Shout from Paul Allen, our Supervet, Can I remind all vets 35+
14-20th June. 10 year age groups ladies 3 in a team men 4 except 35-44
6 in team.
Individual entries course must be out and back or circular, not on track
Finish near to start.
Age graded prizes plus certificates for first 3 teams and fastest times.
Is free but donations to Mc Millian nurses welcome.
Lets show what our vets can do.

Please contact the organiser, not OpenTrack, for all queries

The event celebrates the masters road relay championships at Sutton Park and the 5k championships at Horwich, which were cancelled due to coronavirus.

Teams: Entry is FREE to UKA affiliated clubs, with an optional donation to MacMillan Nurses charity, for as many masters athletes as they wish, all whom should be UKA registered, They will be grouped automatically into multiple teams in 10-year age bands (down-aging allowed), based on their ages as of 20th June: M35-44: 6 stages; M45-54, W35-44: 4 stages; M55-64, M65-74; M75+, W45-54, W55-64, W65-74; W75+: 3 stages. Individual entries also welcome from anyone.

Awards: Certificates to each member of the first three teams in each age group based on sum of times and to the fastest three athletes in each age group.  Best 3 age-graded performances to receive a special prize.

The Course: One or more circular or out and back loops totalling 5k, with the start/finish close together. You must be fully aware of the dangers involved in participating and be responsible for your own safety, especially if this involves use of public roads.


Submitting Results: Athletes must record their performances using GPS devices and submit evidence with their result submission (via Strava or Garmin Connect) in order to qualify for an award.

Contact details: rmcintyre@bmaf.org.uk

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