Cross Discipline Challenge

Introduction

The Cross Discipline Challenge promotes and celebrates participation in all four of the disciplines that the club is active in. It aims to encourage members to branch out and compete in areas outside of their normal preferred discipline and to support the club through volunteering.

Two parallel challenges have been devised for senior and junior members respectively; the junior challenge has been adapted to suit the races available to younger athletes.

Rules

The rules for the cancelled 2020 Cross Discipline Challenge are given below. There is no 2021 Cross Discipline Challenge. The rules will be reviewed and updated accordingly the next time the Challenge is due to take place.

In order to complete the challenge, members must undertake the following:

DisciplineNumber requiredSeniorsJuniors
T&F2Track and Field Meetings from:

Cheshire League
Northern League
Cheshire Championships
Harriers Track & Field mini-competition or open event at Macclesfield (Participation at two separate meetings required)
Track and Field Meetings from:

Cheshire League
Northern League
Youth Development League
Indoor Sports Hall
Cheshire Championships (Participation at two separate meetings required)
Road2Club Road Racing Championship Races
NW Road Relays
Club Road Racing Championship Races (subject to UKA age group max distances: u13 5K, u15 6K, u16 10K, u17 15K, u18 25K)
Park Run or Junior Park Run
XC2Cross Country from NSCCL, MACCL, Cheshire, Northern, National Championships.Cross Country from NSCCL, MACCL, Cheshire, Northern, National Championships.
Fell2Club Fell Championship (Low Peak Series)
Wednesday night Summer Series
High Peak Series
Club Fell Handicap
Fell Relays
Staffs Moorlands Summer Series
Club Fell Championship Races (subject to FRA age group limits:u12 3k, u14 5k, u16 7k, u18 10k)
Any local Junior Race e.g. Shutlingsloe, Bosley Fete, Rainow Fete, Wincle Trout, Langley Fete, Chrome Hill, Hollingsclough School Fete
Club Volunteer1Volunteer to help the club in some way e.g. marshalling, cake baking, group leading, coaching, anything else for the clubVolunteer to help the club in some way e.g. marshalling, cake baking, write a race report, help at the track or in the shop, anything else for the club

Time Period

The Challenge runs from January to December each year with the exception of the Cross Country which shall run from April to March in line with the Cross Country season.

Recognition

When you complete the challenge please just email me detailing which events you have competed in and what volunteering you have done.

You must email your claim as it isn’t possible to identify who has completed the challenge in any other way.

Members who successfully complete the challenge will receive the respect and admiration of their club mates. The club will also give a small prize to each successful member.

Presentations will be made at the AGM in March.

David Larkin
Cross Discipline Challenge Co-Ordinator

Email: davidlarkin20@hotmail.com

18/12/19

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