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Raceways Christmas Cracker 10K Run

The Christmas Cracker is a fun, friendly Christmas themed road race. So come and join us and help get some Christmas cheer going by running in fancy dress around the Warwickshire countryside. There will be some great spot prizes for the best Christmas fancy dress.

Runners leave the college via John Davies Drive, a lovely long downhill. The route then winds its way through the country lanes to the picturesque village of Ashorne, passing the drinks station at 5km. There is a climb at 6km after which the route is fairly flat until 9km. Here competitors run back up John Davies Drive and into the college grounds where the 10km finishes and the 20km runners head back out for another lap.

The Kids Fun Run Starts at 09:15 and will last for 20 minutes, the children can run as many laps as they wish of a 250m course and will receive a medal when they have finished. It is entirely within the College grounds.

NB Access to the College grounds is not permitted at any other time

Registration opens at 08:00 and closes promptly at 09:30. Numbers will not be posted out. They must be collected from registration.

The 10km and 20km start 50m apart, with the 20km runners at 10:00 and the 10km at 10:02.

Race dateSaturday 16th December 2017
Starting time10:00am
VenueWarwickshire College, Moreton Morrell, Warwick
FacilitiesPost Code: CV35 9BL Road race through Warwickshire countryside and Warwickshire College grounds.
Distance10k
PrizesThese are awarded for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd male and female overall at each distance and the 1st male and female veteran in each 10 year age category. No runner will be awarded more than one prize. If an overall (1,2,3) prize winner is also first in an age category, the age category prize will go to the next placed runner in that category.
OrganiserRaceways
Telephone01926 336628
Websitewww.raceways.eu/site/index.php/events/running-events/christmas-cracker-december

Race details last updated on Tuesday 4th July 2017 a 2:57pm.

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runABC Midlands