National Road Relays, Livingston, Sun 29 Mar 2015

Event SCOTTISH NATIONAL ROAD RELAY CHAMPIONSHIPS
MEN’S SIX STAGE and WOMEN’S FOUR STAGE
Venue LIVINGSTON (ALMONDVALE)
Date SUNDAY – 29th MARCH 2015
Race Starts 12 noon                   Declarations Close 11.30 am
Changing and Declarations, St Margaret’s Academy, Almondvale

Men’s Entries

Women’s Entries

Declarations and changing for this event will take place at:
St Margaret’s Academy, Livingston
Parking is at Almondvale Stadium, EH54 7DN.
There is NO PARKING at St Margaret Academy for athletes or team managers.
 
Follow the road signs to Livingston FC – coloured yellow
 
From M8 Junction 3 go south for 2 miles to Lizzie Bryce Roundabout.
Go west along A71 to next roundabout.
Go North straight on at the next 3 roundabouts – Alderstone Road
After 500yds turn Right East at second traffic lights. Almondvale Stadium Road
Parking is on the left opposite the football stadium and in the area north of the stadium
(See arrows on course map)
Walk East from the parking, cross the River Almond then turn north to reach St. Margaret’s HS
Please arrive by 11am so we can finalise the runner order of all the teams, declarations close at 11:30.
Leg 1 runner goes off at 12pm.

1st Leg is SHORT (3.1miles) 2nd leg is LONG (5.8miles)

Six Alternate Laps for Men Four Alternate Laps for Women.

Course Map

NOTES

(1)     The races are open to Senior and Junior Men and Women born before 1st September 1997
i.e. No Under 17 Men or Women.

(2)     There are Masters gold, silver and bronze medals for both Men’s and Women’s Teams with ages starting at 40 on the competition day for both Men and Women.

(3)     Masters  Men’s Teams of M50+ Over 4 legs and Women’s Teams of  W50 + Over 3 legs will also be able to compete, names entered for these categories should be listed with the other athletes entered.  Gold Medals will be awarded for the winning M50 and W50 teams

(4)     Athletes can only run once, any team with an athlete running a second time will have the whole team removed from the results.

(5)     Athletes who compete in a Scottish Athletics Championship MUST be current members of the Scottish Athletics Membership Scheme. Furthermore, an entered athlete MUST not be substituted by a non-entered athlete at any time.

Non observance of (5) above leaves the athlete at a health risk in the case of a wrong identification of the athlete following an accident and makes the results invalid as an historic record.

The above issues are so important that the RR&CC Commission asks Club Secretaries and team managers for this co-operation in enforcing these rules.

The Commission will, however, closely monitor athletes and Clubs not observing these rules. Any transgression may result in a disciplinary procedure.

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