Date: Saturday 10 June 2017
Enter: You must enter online at https://2017awwinterracing.
Online entries close: 5:00pm on Thursday 8 June
Enter before 5:00pm on Friday 2 June online and you will receive a personalised bib.
Late entries: Available on the day, up until 1pm.
Collection of race bibs: You can collect your race bib from the race headquarters at Trentham Memorial Park. Make sure you collect it BEFORE you head to the start line. Allow plenty of time.
If you received a bib at the Vosseler, you must use the same bib. Replacement bibs will incur a fee.
Location: The races are held in Trentham Memorial Park, Trentham. Enter from Barton Avenue (off Fergusson Drive). Race headquarters will be located inside the Park adjacent to the Pavilion near the Trentham United Harrier Club Rooms.
A flat cross-country event around the picturesque Trentham Memorial Park and the Hutt River stop banks. The course is suitable for spikes. An Athletics New Zealand sanctioned event.
Runners Competing Out of Grade
Any athletes who wish to compete in a higher grade than their age (e.g. WU20 competing as Open Women, W35+ competing as Open Women, M50+ competing as M40+) must declare by email to email@example.com their intention to do so no later than 5:00pm on Tuesday 7 June.
|Event||Race Start Time||Age Grade||Distance|
|1||1.00pm||Masters Women (35+)**||6km|
|Masters Women (50+)**
Open Women (SW)
Masters Men (60+)**
Masters Women (60+)**
|2||1.30pm||Men Under 20 (MU20)*||4km|
|Women Under 20 (WU20)*
Men Under 18 (MU18)*
Women Under 18 (WU18)*
Boys/Girls Under 15 (BU15/GU15)*
|3||2.00pm||Boys Under 11 (BU11)*||2km|
|Girls Under 11 (GU11)*|
|4||2.15pm||Boys Under 13(BU13)*||3km|
|Girls Under 13 (GU13)*|
|5||2.30pm||Boys Under 9 (BU9)*||1km|
|Girls Under b9 (GU9)*|
|6||2.45pm||Open Men (SM)||8km|
|Masters Men (40+)**|
|Masters Men (50+)**|
2017 COURSE CHANGES
This year we are introducing a new course for the 2km and 4km loops of the Dorne Cup.
This new loop cuts out the old horse paddock and the 2km distance is made up by an extended section that goes around the children’s soccer fields. This means the 2km loop finishes with a straight line run back up to the finish chute, as opposed to finishing on a corner as in previous years.
We are cutting out the old horse paddock and replacing this with two sections of bush run and a different section around the rugby fields. There will also now be only one water crossing in the 4km loop.