The Winter Handicap race is from Stubbs Field to Stoodley Pike and back. Any club member has a chance to win this trophy.
BS – 5.5 miles / 1000ft
Saturday 26th January 2019. First runner away at 1.00pm
|What?||Staggered Start times have been crafted to ensure everyone will theoretically cross the finish line together. Anyone who puts in an extra effort on the day will therefore finish before their clubmates, except those clubmates will be doing the same. Whoever puts in the biggest effort on the day will walk away with the trophy.|
|Start times?||Start times are calculated based upon your recent performance at fell races around the country. As no 2 races are the same, some magical calculations are performed upon this, which should theoretically give a prediction of how you will fare at the Winter Handicap
Members who have not taken part in enough recent races to have had an accurate start time calculated will have been allocated an approximate start time and will be marked with an asterisk. Those runners who are marked with an asterisk will still be able to race for fun and glory, but would not be eligible for the trophy.
Likewise if through injury, or whatever, you do not feel that you can achieve the estimated pace for yourself then you have the option of starting at whatever time you choose but will not be eligible to win the trophy if you choose your own start time.
Winter Handicap 2019 – start times
If you do not feel your time is right, or if you wish to take part without having raced before then contact the statistician: Andy Wright firstname.lastname@example.org
|Where?||Register at Stubbs Field, Mytholmroyd. Grid Ref SE 006260. Then retire afterwards for beers and sandwiches at a local pub (TBC)|
|How||Traditionally this race is a free event for club members, but this year we are asking for a contribution of £3 towards the post race refreshments|
|Race Organiser||Marc Collett: email@example.com|
|What Shall I Carry?||Full body cover, hat and gloves must be carried.You will not be allowed to race without adequate kit for the conditions.|
|Male – 36:52 (Karl Gray, 2012) Female – 42:48 (Jo Smith, 2006)|
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