On-line entries: HERE.
Postal entry form here: Askern 10 Mile Entry form 2016 v2.
New for this race, we are using chip timing. As a result numbers and chips are to be collected on race day rather than being posted out as we usually do. We will be collecting the reusable chips at the finishing funnel.
Frequently asked questions:
- we do allow entries on the day however do charge an additional £2, please enter before the day; it helps both us and you
- pre-entry prices are £8 for UKA and £10 for unaffiliated
- DN6 0AJ to get to the car parking/race HQ
- race starts at 1030
- unfortunately we can’t transfer unused entries to next years event and/or other races. However, tell us in time and we can transfer to a club mate/friend.
- as above, we are doing chip timing. We are using reusable chips than need to be collected (with your race number) and returned on the day.
- its always sunny on the day (honest)
- we don’t have showers or dedicated changing facilities
Provisional results here: 2016 Askern 10km Results v3
Thanks to all runners and marshals who endured the downpour.
There were a few items of clothing left over on the night if anybody left anything behind.
Could also do with tracking down a runner, Kim Brown. He was an on-the-night transfer but didn’t leave contact details. There’s a prize with his name on.
The Annual General Meeting is after the Time Trial on Thursday (it’s usually the TT in April).
Hopefully there’ll still be beer and chips as usual for a TT!
Note: We are not taking entries on the day, ONLY pre-entries for 2016. Entries will close 11th May or sooner if the 700 race limit is reached.
UPDATE 27th April: We are FULL. Sorry you have missed your place in Askern 10km 2016. Again we will not be accepting entries on the day.
We had over 300 on the night in 2015 and as as a result had to delay the race which is unsatisfactory for everyone. We hope you understand. The benefit is pre-entries are cheaper!
First draft of results are here: 2016 Norton 9 Mile Results
Update: 2016 Norton 9 Mile Results (v4)
There were quite a few occurrences with runners going through the funnel more than once and other runners not showing their numbers so its likely some amendments will be made.
Thanks to all who ran and to the marshals and race officials, with whom none of this would happen.
There was a little confusion and uncertainty around Middelkerke as the dates of their races moved after initially confirming them with us. The decision has been taken that the regular trip on the regular weekend (week after our 10 mile) is on, despite there being no race that weekend. We will sort something be it, club v club, handicap or simply no running!
Bus is booked, hotel is booked. See Dave Collo for places.
Dates are Saturday 20th August to Tuesday 23rd.
Royal at 7.15pm on Sunday re Norton 9.
First Sunday of March is looming; as always marshals are required and all help is appreciated. Its these events that allow our club to operate at almost zero cost (certainly this year) to its members.
Its the usual 0900 meet at the school. I don’t know who is coordinating marshals but will post when I do.
Thanks in advance.
Despite being previously told by the organisers the Middelkerke races are 21st August this year (their rule is 3rd Sunday in August, our 10 miler is 2nd Sunday in August) we have now had confirmation they have had to move their race to the 14th due to a clash with another festival.
This unfortunately clashes with our Askern 10mile and means its highly likely we won’t be doing the usual Middelkerke trip.
Suggestions are invited for an alternative and whilst there aren’t explicit set criteria my understanding of broad requirements are:
- suitable races to give most people the opporuntity to run (Middelkerke had 5km through 20km over the years, recently a 5km, 8km and 16km)
- within two hours of the Chunnel if coaching to the continent
- hotel large enough to house us all (20ish rooms?)
- restaurants again large enough to house big groups
- school holidays
Fez had a great suggestion, we could go on our regular dates regardless and organise a handicap / time trial ourselves! I like how he thinks…