CARLISLE 10K SERIES
Current Standings after Round 1 – HERE
.2017 Races include
.Carlisle Resolution 10K – Sunday Jan 15th
Carlisle City Urban Trail Race (Approx 10K) – Wednesday May 17th
0Carlisle Tri 10K – Wednesday June 7th
Sport in Action 10K – Sunday August 27th
Anyone that completes all 4 races will get a £5.00 refund
when registering for the Sport In Action 10K
This refund is only available to those that pre enter not to entries on the day
2016 SERIES WINNERS
Overall Winner- James Buis, Border Harriers & AC
Vet 40 – Andy Render, Annan & District AC
Vet 50 – Chris Knox, DH Runners
Vet 60 – Richard Eastoe, Alnwick Harriers
Overall Winner- Fiona Todd, Unattached
Vet 40 – Suzanne Toppin, Arragons Cumbrian Tri Club
Vet 50 – Audrey O’Kelly, Carlisle Tri Club
Vet 60 – Karen Bowler, Hailsham Harriers
Overall Winners receive a £25.00 Chivers Voucher and a free entry to a race of there choice
All Age Groups receive a £25.00 Chivers Voucher
2015 SERIES WINNERS
MALE – Open – James Buis, Border Harriers & AC, Vet 40 – Mike Scott, Unattached, Vet 50 – Chris Davison, Carlisle Tri Club, Vet 60 – Peter Garnett, Border Harriers & AC
FEMALE – Open – Suzanne Toppin, Unattached, Vet 40 – Fiona Todd, Unattached, Vet 50 – Nicky Butler, Keswick AAC, Vet 60 – Gay Eastoe, Alnwick Harriers
We have kept the rules of the series as simple as possible:
Each competitor must complete 3 races in the series to be eligible to win their age group.
The competitor with the lowest score (3 Races) in each category will win the age group and subsequent prize.
Every competitor who enters any of the first 2 races of the Series will automatically be entered into the Carlisle City 10K Series and will receive points based on their finishing position at the event(s).
Each competitor will receive a score based upon their overall finishing position in each event. Starting with 1 point for 1st place, 2 for 2nd place 3 for 3rd place right through to the final competitor who completes the course.
Each competitor’s score will then be taken into their age category. An example is outlined below: