Dusk evening event at The Edge Campus
Thu 9th Oct 2014
22:20 Results and splitsbrowser now up. Apologies to early runners for a slightly misplaced control.
Registration- From 17:40 at the southern entrance to Endcliffe Student Village on Endcliffe Vale Road opposite The Glen, nearest postcode S10 3AL
Parking-On the surrounding streets.
Terrain-Urban terrain, 40% grass, 60% tarmac. Shoes with rubber studs are advised especially if it has been raining.
Start times- 18:00-19:00 Courses close at 19:40. Sunset is due to be at 18:25 so please bring a torch. The area is fairly well lit but you will need it to read the map and some places are not lit.
Courses- They are aimed to have sprint winning times as the area is so small.
If you wish to run longer then running multiple courses is allowed. All distances are straight line but are further when run.
The 2 longer courses cross some minor roads and the short avoids pretty much all traffic.
Cost- Adults £4 Students and Juniors £2. No extra cost to run extra courses.
Electronic Punching- Sportident will be used SI-card £1 hire
Special Notes-There are a lot of students about the campus so please be careful going round blind corners.
Planner- Jonny Crickmore
The Edge is the main campus in Endcliffe Student Village; it is typical University Campus with a mixture of older buildings and modern accomodation blocks dotted around a grassy sloping site which also includes steps and water. The map also covers some other areas in the village east of the campus, which are mostly older buildings with interlinked gardens and wider grounds.More details about The Edge Campus...
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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