A Club night event with a difference

 

A relay race for teams of 3 people of different standards, eg a level 1, a level 3 and a level 4 runner can make up a team

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Where do we meet?

Park and change at the Jag Club as usual. Allow time to get to the start. Don't wait for speeches, but warm up by jogging the 1 mile to the start which is opposite the green triangle at the junction of Hawkes Mill Lane and Browns Lane. Be at the start by 7.15pm.
Don't park your car at the White Lion as the car park is reserved for pub customers.

What do I have to do to take part?

If you usually take part in the Wednesday night training sessions, or if you compete in the Club handicap then you will be assumed to be taking part. If you can't take part for any reason please let Mark Baker know as soon as possible because the teams will have to be reorganised. Letting Mark know in advance will avoid delays on the night.
If you don't usually join in with the Wednesday night training sessions but you want to take part in the GBU relays let Mark Baker know.

Who decides the teams?      

Mark Baker will create the teams from the list of names. Summer handicap times will be used to assess current standards where possible. Teams themselves decide the order in which their runners run.

What is the course and over what distance?

The start and finish is the junction of Hawkes Mill Lane and Browns Lane. The route is from Hawkes Mill Lane, left at the White Lion pub, along Wall Hill Road, then left to Bridle Brook Lane, on to Washbrook Lane, left into Hawkes Mill Lane, up the hill to the finish at the junction with Browns Lane.
The distance per leg is approx. 3.2 miles.

You can download a map of the route from here - get map

Are there any prizes?

There are prizes for the winners and runners-up.