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Road Races 2022-’23
Note: We advise that you double check race dates and transfer policies before booking, and look out for any changes to races included in the championship in our roundup emails.Page updated: Feb 22
|Leeds 5k Series||April – Dec||Race Website|
|Otley 10||8th June ’22||Race Website|
|Summer Mile||June ’22||Book Here|
|Leeds 10k||3rd July ’22||Book Here|
|Ilkley Half||10th July ’22||Race Website|
|Firefighters 5||Aug ’22||Info to follow|
|Golden Mile||Sept ’22||Race Website|
|Abbey Dash||23rd Oct ’22||Book Here|
|Guy Fawkes 10||Nov ’22||Race Website|
|Liversedge Half||Feb ’23||Race Website|
Information and rules for the 2022/23 championship year:
The series takes place between April 2022 and March 2023, and consists of ten designated races with varying distances. The competition is open to all first claim members who compete in these designated races and who have paid their membership fees in full. There will be separate identical competitions for men and for women.
- Each championship has 10 races of varying distances.
- Participant’s best 6 results will count towards their total.
- Points will be awarded from 100 (for 1st place within a league) to 1 (for 99th place and below).
- The highest total score will win.
- If two or more members have scored an equal number of points at the end of the season, final positions will be determined on all head-to-head race results (not just best 6). If these are equal, positions will be tied for the overall result.
- Only participants who are members at the end of the year (31st March) will be eligible for awards. With this as with all other matters the decision of the committee will be final.
The Championship Guidelines
All races are local and where practicable a tie in with races organised by other Leeds based running clubs will be sought. When entering races please indicate that you are a Hyde Park Harriers club member.
Please wear your club colours at designated races. If you do not wear your vest/shirt you may not get any points.
The club is affiliated to UKA therefore we are obliged to follow their rules with regard to transfer of race numbers. If a member gives their number to someone else without using the official transfer system then they may be disqualified from all club competitions in that year. Members should be aware that some race organisers (eg Abbey Dash) have no system for the transfer of race numbers.
About The Divisions and Scoring
We have two divisions- Premier and First. There will be 20 named members in the Premier division, based on our last full scoring year (2018/19) and everyone else will be in the First Division. The fastest member within each division at each designated race receives 100 points, decreasing by one point for subsequent finishers. Where 99 plus runners compete then one point will be awarded for 99th and each subsequent placing.
A full list of members in the Premier/First Divisions can be found on the Championship Tables page. Members who join the club during the year will automatically be placed in the First Division.
At the end of the competition year, the members in positions 1 to 5 in the First Division will be promoted into the Premier Division, and replace those who finished in positions 16 to 20 in the Premier Division, for the forthcoming year. If any member finishing in positions 1 to 5 in the First Division does not renew their membership, then the member finishing sixth will be promoted to the Premier Division, and so on. If members have not competed in the current year they will be automatically relegated.