The Kelham Island street orienteering race at The Fat Cat
Thu 14th Mar 2013 Start Times 19:00
Results and RouteGadget now available above
A series of running races with a dash of navigation designed to keep you on your toes – which will certainly be difficult for one of them! All races start at approx 7pm – see final details nearer the time. The series of 6 events comprises:
- Thu 18th Oct The Great Urban Fell Race (night version) – visit Sheffield's only Iron Age Hill Fort. Followed by a autumn BBQ
- Thu 15th Nov The Springvale Spiral- incorporating Sheffield's steepest road Followed by Fish and Chips
- Thu 13th Dec The 7 Hills of Sheffield – whatever the Roman's can do... Followed by a Curry
- Thu 17th Jan The North Stand – visit the oldest football ground in the World. Followed by Pizza
- Tue 12th Feb (not Thur 14th!) The Sportsman's Score – how many can you visit in 90mins – with an alcoholic twist.
- Thu 14th Mar The Kelham Island street orienteering race – followed by Beer and Pub Food in Sheffield's original Real Ale pub 'The Fat Cat'
Events 1 to 5 will start and finish at Tim Tett's house – 68 Roebuck Road, Sheffield, S6 3GQ - maps cost 50p. Event 6 will start and finish at the Kelham Island car park at the back of the Fat Cat on Alma Street – entry fee £3. All events need road shoes.
23 Alma Street, S3 8SA
A fine pub with a great range of beer is a good starting point for an urban event which can range up to Walkley, down to the canal or into the City Centre.More details about The Fat Cat...
Safety & risk
A comprehensive risk assessment will have been carried out by the organiser, but participants take part at their own risk and are responsible for their own safety during the event. If a competitor has a pre-existing medical condition that they think should be declared, please complete a medical form at enquiries. The sealed envelope will only be opened in an emergency.
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