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Apr
29
Mon
Spring Couch to 5k 2019 @ weymouth college car park
Apr 29 @ 6:30 pm – Jun 24 @ 7:00 pm
Spring Couch to 5k 2019 @ weymouth college car park | England | United Kingdom

The last Couch to 5K proved to be extremely popular with 31 runners taking part. We hope that our next course will be equally well attended. We will be running a spring course on 29th April staring at in the college car park at 18.30. The course is FREE, run by UK athletics qualified leaders and following the NHS program.

Jun
2
Sun
Wessex League Junior Track and Field @ Southampton Sports Centre Athletics Track
Jun 2 @ 10:45 am – 4:45 pm
Wessex League Junior Track and Field @ Southampton Sports Centre Athletics Track | England | United Kingdom

Clubs compete on a league basis of four matches evenly spread around as much as possible on a club strength and geographical basis. Trophies are awarded to the league champions as well as age groups. Medals are awarded to athletes of the match (boys and girls in both track and field events). In addition at the end of the season any record breakers are also awarded medals.

Field Events:

Trials: All field events except high jump will be of 3 trials. Any athlete reaching an AAA grade 3 or above will receive 2 additional attempts (Except for Non-Scoring Athletes)
High Jump: Starting height for the high jump will be:
Under 13 Girls 1.00m Under 13 Boys 1.00m
Under 15 Girls 1.10m. Under 15 Boys 1.20m.
Under 17 Women 1.20m. Under 17 Men 1.30m.
Then the height will go up in 5cm increments. The last three competitors in each age group will be allowed to increase the height by 2cm
Athletes must not mark their run up with any item apart from tape or marker provided by Host Team, this applies equally to both senior athletes and Quad Kids

QUADKIDS:

Teams are limited to 10 athletes per gender. (There are to be NO Non-Scoring athletes in Quadkids)
Athletes must be in school years 4 & 5 and under eleven by August 31st of the competition year.
Quadkids will be divided into 2 pools per gender for the field events
Quadkids must assemble at nominated meet point then be escorted to the event.
Quadkids team manager can remain within the track perimeter during competition to help and assist as necessary. (Only one adult per Quadkids Team will be allowed inside the track)
Vortex will be 3 straight throws with only the longest measured.
All throws to be measured from a central point (like javelin)
The Vortex must be thrown with the same technique as a Javelin i.e. pull throw
Long jump will be 1 practice jump followed by 2 competition jumps.
A 3rd jump will be allowed if the first 2 are NO jumps, failing that 3rd jump will result in 3 NO jumps.
Quadkids shall compete in sequential order within each round, similar to older athletes.

Full League Info

Further Information can be seen HERE

Time Table for Events

The Track and Field Event Timetable can be seen :

timetable_2019

Jun
9
Sun
Yeovil Marathon @ Athletics Track, RNAS Yeovilton
Jun 9 @ 9:00 am
Yeovil Marathon @ Athletics Track, RNAS Yeovilton | Yeovilton | England | United Kingdom

The 5th Yeovil Marathon, hosted by Yeovil Town Road Running Club. The event is being held at the Athletics Track at RNAS Yeovilton by kind permission from Commodore Nick Tindal.

Entry is limited to 300 runners.

There is a time limit of 6 hours to complete.

No Headphones are to be worn during the race due to the route being mainly country roads with some blind bends that wont be being closed during the race.

Refund.

If you are unlucky enough to fall foul of injury before the race then we will refund you 25% of your entry fee, or if your feeling generous then you could donate your entry fee to the 2 charity partners. However, after the 1st April there will be no refund offered, either way contact us at the earliest opportunity so we can take you off the entry list.

Race packs will be given out on the day, these will include your race number and timing chip.

Registration will open at 07:45 on the morning of the race, and will close at 08:45 15 minutes before the start of the race.

The race HQ will be located within the marquee by the Athletics Track at RNAS Yeovilton.

All finishers will recieve a bespoke medal, T-shirt and goody bag.

The route has changed for 2018 but is still fairly flat with only small inclines. The start and finish are on the athletics track. From the start you follow the access road to the main B3151, at the end of the access road you make a right turn and follow the road all the way to Ilchester. Turn left and keep following the road into Limington. Follow the winding country road through the quaint village of Ashington and on towards Mudford. As you come to the junction with the A359 at Mudford you turn left, and after a short trip along the A359 you turn left again back onto the quiet country roads, and head towards Chilton Cantelo. At the school turn right and follow the road until the first turning on your left, which you take. Follow this road all the way to the staggered crossroads, at which point you will turn left. A short way down the road you will take a right turn and follow the road all the way along through the hamlet of Urgashay and end up on the B3151 where you turn left and head towards the Camp and the start of the second lap. On the second lap, you turn left back in towards the athletics track and the finish line.

 

Heron Half Marathon @ Athletics Track, RNAS Yeovilton
Jun 9 @ 10:00 am
Heron Half Marathon @ Athletics Track, RNAS Yeovilton | Yeovilton | England | United Kingdom

the Heron Half, hosted by Yeovil Town Road Running Club. The event is being held at the Athletics Track at RNAS Yeovilton by kind permission from Commodore Nick Tindal.

The event is in aid of 2 charities; The Royal Navy & Royal Marines Charity and the Yeovilton Military Wives Choir. 

The Heron Half will be run under English Athletics Licence and rules, and will hold a Certificate of Accuracy.

Entry is limited to 700 runners.

There is a time limit of 5 hours to complete.

No Headphones are to be worn during the race due to the route being mainly country roads with some blind bends that wont be being closed during the race.

 

Refund.

If you are unlucky enough to fall foul of injury before the race then we will refund you 25% of your entry fee, or if your feeling generous then you could donate your entry fee to the 2 charity partners. However, after the 1st April there will be no refund offered, either way contact us at the earliest opportunity so we can take you off the entry list.

Race packs will be posted out, these will include your race number and timing chip.

Registration will open at 07:45 on the morning of the race, and will close at 09:45 15 minutes before the start of the race.

The race HQ will be located within the marquee by the Athletics Track at RNAS Yeovilton.

All finishers will recieve a bespoke medal, T-shirt and goody bag.

The route for 2019 is fairly flat with only small inclines. The start and finish are on the athletics track. From the start you follow the access road to the main B3151, at the end of the access road you make a right turn and follow the road all the way to Ilchester. Turn left and keep following the road into Limington. Follow the winding country road through the quaint village of Ashington and on towards Mudford. As you come to the junction with the A359 at Mudford you turn left, and after a short trip along the A359 you turn left again back onto the quiet country roads, and head towards Chilton Cantelo. At the school turn right and follow the road until the first turning on your left, which you take. Follow this road all the way to the staggered crossroads, at which point you will turn left. A short way down the road you will take a right turn and follow the road all the way along through the hamlet of Urgashay and end up on the B3151 where you turn left and head towards the Camp. You will turn left back in towards the athletics track and the finish line.

 

 

Puddletown Plod half 2019 @ St Mary's Middle School
Jun 9 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Wessex League Junior Track and Field @ King's Park Athletics Centre
Jun 9 @ 10:45 am – 4:45 pm
Wessex League Junior Track and Field @ King's Park Athletics Centre | England | United Kingdom

Clubs compete on a league basis of four matches evenly spread around as much as possible on a club strength and geographical basis. Trophies are awarded to the league champions as well as age groups. Medals are awarded to athletes of the match (boys and girls in both track and field events). In addition at the end of the season any record breakers are also awarded medals.

Field Events:

Trials: All field events except high jump will be of 3 trials. Any athlete reaching an AAA grade 3 or above will receive 2 additional attempts (Except for Non-Scoring Athletes)
High Jump: Starting height for the high jump will be:
Under 13 Girls 1.00m Under 13 Boys 1.00m
Under 15 Girls 1.10m. Under 15 Boys 1.20m.
Under 17 Women 1.20m. Under 17 Men 1.30m.
Then the height will go up in 5cm increments. The last three competitors in each age group will be allowed to increase the height by 2cm
Athletes must not mark their run up with any item apart from tape or marker provided by Host Team, this applies equally to both senior athletes and Quad Kids

QUADKIDS:

Teams are limited to 10 athletes per gender. (There are to be NO Non-Scoring athletes in Quadkids)
Athletes must be in school years 4 & 5 and under eleven by August 31st of the competition year.
Quadkids will be divided into 2 pools per gender for the field events
Quadkids must assemble at nominated meet point then be escorted to the event.
Quadkids team manager can remain within the track perimeter during competition to help and assist as necessary. (Only one adult per Quadkids Team will be allowed inside the track)
Vortex will be 3 straight throws with only the longest measured.
All throws to be measured from a central point (like javelin)
The Vortex must be thrown with the same technique as a Javelin i.e. pull throw
Long jump will be 1 practice jump followed by 2 competition jumps.
A 3rd jump will be allowed if the first 2 are NO jumps, failing that 3rd jump will result in 3 NO jumps.
Quadkids shall compete in sequential order within each round, similar to older athletes.

Full League Info

Further Information can be seen HERE

Time Table for Events

The Track and Field Event Timetable can be seen :

timetable_2019

Jun
21
Fri
Purbeck 10k 2019 @ Norden Car Park
Jun 21 @ 7:30 pm
Purbeck 10k 2019 @ Norden Car Park | England | United Kingdom

The Purbeck 10K 2019 will be held on Friday 21st June, 7:30pm. The picturesque rural undulating course takes in stunning views of Corfe Castle and surrounding heathland. With no big hills, PB’s are frequently recorded year on year.

All proceeds from the race go to a chosen charity, with Cancer Research receiving £2000 in 2018. For 2019, our chosen charity is Swanage Area Dementia Friendly Community.

We are excited that our race is included in the Dorset Road Running League and is the Dorset County Championship race for 10K distance.

Entries

Entries will be opened on Friday 1st February at 8am via <a href =”https://www.fullonsport.com/event/purbeck-10k-2019/profile” target =_blank”>FullOnSport.</a> Entries fees are:

£15 affiliated

£17 non-affiliated

Runners must be 15 years or older on race day. Unfortunately the course is not suitable for wheelchairs, dogs or buggies. Accompanying cyclists are not permitted. Personal headphones / earpieces are NOT allowed. You will be disqualified if you are found wearing them.

All finishers will receive a race memento and goody bag. Prizes will be awarded to first 3 male and female winners, and 5 year age category winners.

Transfers 

We allow race transfers via Full On Sport. Deadline for transfers TBC.

DRRL & County Championship

The race has been selected as part of the 2019 DRRL & Dorset County Championships. To be eligible for the County Championships, you must either:

– Be born in Dorset

– Have nine months continuous residence in Dorset immediately prior to the date of the race.

– Have nine months service in HM Forces stationed in Dorset immediately prior to the date of the race.

Please note – No athlete is allowed to compete in the Championships of more than one County in any one nine month period.

 

 

Apologies for previously listing on this date the 10K race to be held in September in conjunction with the Purbeck Marathon.

Jun
22
Sat
Ferndown 5K and 10K Charity Race 2019 @ Ferndown King George V playing fields
Jun 22 @ 11:00 am
Ferndown 5K and 10K Charity Race 2019 @ Ferndown King George V playing fields | England | United Kingdom

The annual 5K and 10K run this year will take place on Saturday, 22nd June and will start at 11 AM

The start and finish of the Ferndown 5K and 10K race is on the Ferndown King George V playing fields BH22 9EN. The start is at the main entrance on Peter Grant Way. The finish is at the exit of the Ferndown King George V playing fields adjacent to the Ferndown Leisure Centre.

The Ferndown 5K and the two laps 10K course is a flat, classed as multi-terrain taking in the roads of Ferndown and crossing Ferndown common.

There is an unsecured baggage drop available in the playing field pavilion.

There is free car parking at the Leisure Centre adjacent to the playing fields and at the town centre Tesco car park.

Please note that dogs are not allowed at UKA races.

Runners wearing headphones or earpieces will be disqualified under UKA race rules.

Trophies will be handed out at the finish line for the first three male and females across the line in both the 5K and 10K run (12 trophies). To facilitate trophy presentation and to allow photographs to be taken the recipients are asked to remain at the finishing line for a short time

There will be a medal presented to all that finish the 5K or the 10K run.

The 10K run has a minimum age limit of 16 and the 5K a minimum age of 14.

There are three water stations, one located at the entrance to Ferndown Common, the next at the exit from Ferndown Common and one at the finishing line.

Jul
14
Sun
Phil and Bonnie Bounder 10K WSPH @ Moreton Village Hall
Jul 14 @ 9:30 am
Phil and Bonnie Bounder 10K WSPH @ Moreton Village Hall | England | United Kingdom

Organised by Weymouth St Paul’s Harriers and Athletic Club.

A 10k run on a mixture of typical forest tracks and woodland paths. The last kilometer is on a quiet country road. The event is in memory of Phil Carpenter and Bonnie Christopher and to raise money for Dorset County Hospital Chemotherapy Appeal and ‘Bonnie’s Last Wish for Working Donkeys’

Get your tickets from Full On Sport or by clicking the green Ticket link above.

Runners will come across sweeping wide tracks and rough and undulating terrain, trees in the middle of the course and tree roots underfoot. This will call for good eye to foot coordination. If it has been raining there may be some muddy ground to contend with. There are two stiles to cross and a stream to cross as well.

When? – Sunday 14th July 2019

  • Registration from 08:00 to 09:15
  • Race Start Time – 09:30

Where? – Moreton Village Hall, Dorset, DT2 8RE will get you to the race HQ where you will finish. The actual start is 1km away on the North side of Moreton Ford. The nearest postcode to the start is DT2 8RJ.

How Much? – £15 will get you into the event and just £2 more if you are not affiliated to UK Athletics.Tickets avaialable from FULL ON SPORT website   

Who? – As long as you are over 17 years of age, ‘You’ and all of your friends and family and colleagues and neighbours. Everybody is invited. No dogs I’m afraid. If you fancy a go and have not done any running before then the Weymouth St Pauls Harriers team will get you up off of your couch, up and running and achieving a 5k run at the Weymouth Park Run with their WSPH Couch to 5K training Program. The next course starts on Monday April 29th. Meet up at the Weymouth College Car Park at 18:30. See here for more details : http://www.wsphandac.co.uk/athletics/club-information/wsph-couch-5k-training-program/

How Long? – It’s only 10 kilometres, that’s 6 1/4 miles in old money.

What’s Included? –  Medal for all finishers, trophies for the winners, fully signed and supported route, event Medics, lead bike rider and sweep runners, car parking, bag drop (not secured), post-race refreshment and lots of fun, banter and comradery.

Who is the organiser – Sandra Hood (Race Director)

Speak to her on – 07977 219306 / 01305 852620

Email her on sandrahood12@btinternet.com

 

Terms and Conditions

Print the Terms and Conditions from here: Phil and Bonnie Bounder – Terms and Conditions

Phil and Bonnie Bounder - Terms and Conditions

 

 

Wessex League Junior Track and Field @ Isle of White Sandown Fairway Athletics Centre
Jul 14 @ 10:45 am – 4:45 pm
Wessex League Junior Track and Field @ Isle of White Sandown Fairway Athletics Centre | England | United Kingdom

Clubs compete on a league basis of four matches evenly spread around as much as possible on a club strength and geographical basis. Trophies are awarded to the league champions as well as age groups. Medals are awarded to athletes of the match (boys and girls in both track and field events). In addition at the end of the season any record breakers are also awarded medals.

Field Events:

Trials: All field events except high jump will be of 3 trials. Any athlete reaching an AAA grade 3 or above will receive 2 additional attempts (Except for Non-Scoring Athletes)
High Jump: Starting height for the high jump will be:
Under 13 Girls 1.00m Under 13 Boys 1.00m
Under 15 Girls 1.10m. Under 15 Boys 1.20m.
Under 17 Women 1.20m. Under 17 Men 1.30m.
Then the height will go up in 5cm increments. The last three competitors in each age group will be allowed to increase the height by 2cm
Athletes must not mark their run up with any item apart from tape or marker provided by Host Team, this applies equally to both senior athletes and Quad Kids

QUADKIDS:

Teams are limited to 10 athletes per gender. (There are to be NO Non-Scoring athletes in Quadkids)
Athletes must be in school years 4 & 5 and under eleven by August 31st of the competition year.
Quadkids will be divided into 2 pools per gender for the field events
Quadkids must assemble at nominated meet point then be escorted to the event.
Quadkids team manager can remain within the track perimeter during competition to help and assist as necessary. (Only one adult per Quadkids Team will be allowed inside the track)
Vortex will be 3 straight throws with only the longest measured.
All throws to be measured from a central point (like javelin)
The Vortex must be thrown with the same technique as a Javelin i.e. pull throw
Long jump will be 1 practice jump followed by 2 competition jumps.
A 3rd jump will be allowed if the first 2 are NO jumps, failing that 3rd jump will result in 3 NO jumps.
Quadkids shall compete in sequential order within each round, similar to older athletes.

Full League Info

Further Information can be seen HERE

Time Table for Events

The Track and Field Event Timetable can be seen :

timetable_2019