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10 Mile Road Race
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Sunday April 5th 2020

Start Time 11:00

Wetheral Village Community Hall
Wetheral, Carlisle, CA4 8HE

 The venue is very easy to get to and is just off the M6 & A69

 Most runners want to know if the course has been accurately measured so they can evaluate their performance and especially if they hope to achieve a personal best. Official measurement is a condition for the issue of a race licence by the governing bodies in this case the UKA. The Certified Accurate logo is instantly recognised by officials and most runners as a guarantee of measurement accuracy. The Power of 10 Rankings only recognise performances on courses licensed by UKA and which have a Certificate of Course Accuracy.

This is an officially measured course certificate – HERE

UKA Licence – HERE

Click on the link below to enter

Results Base

Up to March 22nd 2020, UKA Members £00.00, Non UKA Member’s £00.00

After March 22nd 2020, UKA Members £00.00, Non UKA Member’s £00.00

Online entries close on April 2nd 2020 or sooner if the event is FULL

Entry Limit 350


 Day entries will be taken if the event is not full Cost £3.00 Extra Save money and enter early.

Entries to date – HERE

This is a Fully Chip timed event

Race Information

Date/Time – Sunday 5th April 2020

Start – 11:00, Wetheral Community Hall.

Location – Wetheral Village Community Hall, Wetheral, Carlisle, CA4 8HE

Parking – Limited parking is available onsite although there is plenty available in the surrounding streets. Please do not park on the course there is plenty of parking spaces on local streets, Although we strongly recommended car sharing, to limit the disruption to the local community

Facilities – Toilets for both male/female are available. A small amount of parking is available onsite although there is plenty available in the surrounding streets. Please try to avoid parking on the course this will help to keep you safe. A baggage lay down area will be available. Light refreshment such as tea, coffee etc. will also be available free for competitors and a small charge for spectators.

Race day information – Race numbers & Timing chips will be issued at race registration. If any updates are required to the race information they will appear on this page as well as the Sport in Action home page & Social media.

Registration – 09:40 – 10:40

Course – The route starts at the Green Wetheral and finishes close to Wetheral Community Hall. Best described as undulating the course starts at an elevation of 193ft and as a maximum elevation of 233ft over the 2 lap 10mile course you will gain approx 389ft. 

The race is ran on quiet country roads and will be a good challenge and great preparation for the many early marathons in 2018. Competitors are requested to listen carefully to marshals they are there to make sure you are on the right course and assist you to get round the course safely. Please follow the race directors instructions and be aware of the dangers of cars and cyclist.

Water Stations – There will be 3 water stations on the course at approx. 2.5 miles, 5 miles & 7.5 miles.

See link – Map Route Here

Risk Assessment – A full course risk assessment will be on display at the event HQ on race day together with maps of the route, the race licence and the measurement certificate in accordance with UKA rules (Licence No TBC).

Race Safety Briefing – The race briefing will take place at 10:45am. This is a UKA licenced event only bone conductor head phones are allowed.

Results – The results will be available live online approx. 20mins after the start go to: https://www.resultsbase.net/results 

Prize presentation – The Prizes for the 1st 2nd & 3rd Male & Female finishers will take place approximately 20mins after the 3rd Male or Female competitor has finished. The remaining prizes will be presented when the last person crosses the line.

Prizes – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Male & Female. Age Groups – These prizes will be awarded as follows Male or Female age groups with less that 15 competitors 1st Place only, Male or Female age groups with 15 to 24 competitors 1st & 2nd place and Male or Female age groups with 25 or competitors 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizes will be awarded.

Any age grouper that finishes in a overall prize position (1st, 2nd or 3rd Male or Female) will receive the overall prize. That age group prize will then roll down to the next person in that age category. The third place prize will not be less than the age group winner.

Contact –  events@sportinaction.co.uk