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Sunday, 13 Jun 2021, 07:30 to 12:00: Xterra 4 - Mad Makara, Makara Peak Mountain Bike Park

  • Long course (17 to 20+ km)
  • Medium course (10 to 14km)
  • Short course (5 to 7km)

Further details

 
 
Saturday, 12 Jun 2021, 13:00 to 16:00: Dorne Cup (interclub event), Trentham Memorial Park
Updated 7 Jun 2021 at 10:32 am.

Interclub cross country races for registered athletes only. 

Race Eligibility:
The Dorne Cup races are an Athletics New Zealand Sanctioned Event. Only Athletics NZ registered athletes who are financial members are eligible to compete.
Athletes must be financial in ClubNet by the end of Friday 11 June 2021 in order to compete.

Age Grades and Club Uniform:
Age at 31st December 2021, except Masters grades where it's the age on the day. 

As this event is only open to Registered Club Members, the correct club uniform must be worn.

Any athletes who wish to compete in out of grade (e.g. WU20 competing as Open Women, W35+ competing as Open Women, M50+ competing as Open Men) must declare by email to the Race Director and Daryl Bloomfield by 11 June.

Athletes must uplift their race bib from race HQ at least 30 minutes prior to the start of their race. Their race bib must be worn on the front of their club singlet. Their timing chips must be left securely on the reverse of the bibs. No bib or timing chips means you will not be recorded in the results.  Avoid the long queues by arriving at Trentham Memorial Parks early. Race HQ is open from 11:30am.

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.

Course Description
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.

Protests and Appeals:
IAAF Competition Rules 146 covers protests and appeals.  In the first instance, any protest must be made to the Race Referee, within 30 minutes of the finish of the race. Referee’s decision will be given to the Race Director. Any appeal must be made to the Race Director.

Safety

Marshals
Marshals are clearly identifiable with orange or yellow Hi-Viz vests around the course. If you are injured or observe an injury or problem of any kind please report to the nearest marshal. All competitors must obey the directions of marshals.

No Earbuds or Audio Devices
Under IAAF Rule 144 (3)(b) competitors are not allowed to be in possession of or use video recorders, radios, CDs, radio transmitters, mobile phones or similar devices (e.g. iPods/MP3 players) in the competition area.  Such equipment is considered as giving assistance to athletes and also creates a H&S hazard as athletes must be able to hear directions given to them during their race by Marshals and other Officials.

Course Markings:
The course will be marked with a combination of the following; tape, marker poles, arrows, cones and marshals. Where 2 marker poles are placed as a gate, runners must run between the marker poles. Where 1 marker pole is used, runners must run within 5m either side of the marker pole. . Failure to follow the correct course may result in disqualification.

Teams Awards
The first four runners from each club in all grades, except Open Men, will count towards the Teams Awards.

The first six runners from each club in Race 6 will count towards the Open Men’s Teams Award, with the winning team being awarded the Dorne Cup.

An Open Men’s team may comprise Seniors, Masters 35+, 40+, and 50+.  An Open Women’s team may comprise Masters 35+, 50+ and 60+

Masters who make up an Open Men’s /Women’s team who have run out of grade as a SM or SW do not also qualify for their respective Masters Men team awards, otherwise Masters who make up the Open team will also count towards their respective Masters Grade team.

Individual Awards

Medals will be award to the first three place-getters in each grade.

Individual Masters who, with the exception of those who run out of grade, make up an Open team will qualify for the individual medals in their respective age grade.

Race Events

1.00pm (6km): Masters Women (35+), Masters Women (50+), Open Women (SW), Masters Men (60+), Masters Men (70), Masters Women (60+).

1.20pm (4km): Men Under 20 (MU20), Women Under 20 (WU20), Men Under 18 (MU18), Women Under 18 (WU18).

1:45pm (2km): Boys Under 12 (BU12), Girls Under 12 (GU12)

2.00pm (2km): Boys Under 14 (BU14), Girls Under 14 (GU14)

2.15pm (3km): Boys Under 16 (BU16), Girls Under 16  (GU15)

2.30pm (1km): Boys Under 10 (BU10), Girls Under 10 (GU10)

2.45pm (8k): Open Men (SM), Masters Men 35+ & Masters Men 50+

Courses:

This year’s course remains the same as previous years. The 2km loop will run past Barton’s Bush and go across and around the Children’s soccer fields, before turning towards the Cricket Nets and then finish along the straight in beside the carpark, back up to the start line at the Pavilion.

The 4km loop will now travel through Barton’s bush and weave between the senior and kids’ rugby fields, before travelling through a second bush track which emerges by the axeman’s grounds. Runners will cross the bridge over the stream and do a short dogleg before crossing through the stream by Cricket nets and then follow the straight back to the start line.

The course bush tracks are compacted gravel, while the remainder of the course is on grass.  There are a few road crossings.  Where we can, these will have carpet laid across the seal.

3km course = 1 x 1km loop plus 1 x 2km loop
6km course = 1 x 2km loop plus 1 x 4km loop
8km course = 2 x 4km loop

1km Loop

1km loop map

2km Loop

Dorne Cup 2km loop

4km Loop

Further details

 
 
Sunday, 6 Jun 2021, 06:30 to 14:00: Aurora Harriers Handicap Marathon, Upper Hutt

Also includes 2× half marathon and 4× quarter marathon relays.

The relays are over the full Marathon course, with lap changes at approx. 1⁄4, 1⁄2, & 3⁄4 waypoints.

Start times for all events are based on the handicapper’s estimate of the time you will take to complete your chosen event by 2.00pm. All competitors have a reasonable chance to take line honours.

In addition to the designated merit prizes in the handicap section, merit prizes will be awarded for fastest times in the marathon.

There will be a three person Full Marathon team trophy.

And a good range of spot prizes will be available to all participants who attend the prize-giving. (Some exclusions may apply).

All entrants who complete the course will receive a certificate of achievement.

Further details

 
 
Saturday, 5 Jun 2021, 13:45 to 16:00: Club run/walk, Clubrooms, Bannister Ave
Updated 9 Apr 2021.

Club run / walk from the clubrooms with packs for all ages and abilities.

Thinking of joining? Come along!

All ages, all abilities, all motivations. Join us!

Meet at 1:45, ready for a 2pm departure.

 
 
Saturday, 29 May 2021, 13:30 to 16:00: Grand Memorial club races and Old Members Day (club event), Boom Rock Road, Ohariu Valley

Open handicap cross country races. This event commemorates our first club president, who died while in office, as well as a number of club members who died in the First World War.

Former club members are invited to join us. This year, we will be joined by Hutt Valley Harriers.

2019 details below - 2021 info to come. 

This race will be followed by afternoon tea at the clubrooms - please bring a plate to share.

Race details:

1.30pm: Boys & Girls 9 and Under (1km scratch race), Boys & Girls 13 and Under (2km scratch race)

2.00pm-ish: Walkers;
Senior Women, Masters Women, Junior Women (W-U18 & W-U20), Junior Men (M-U18 & M-U20) (4km open handicap);
Senior Men & Masters Men (8km open handicap)

(Both handicap races – 4km and 8km – will be run concurrently with one finish time.)

Hot showers and afternoon tea at the Clubrooms following the final race – please bring a towel and a plate.

More about the history of the event

Further details

 
 
Sunday, 23 May 2021, 07:30 to 12:00: Xterra 4 - Awesome Akatarawas, Whareroa Farm

  • Long course (17 to 20+ km)
  • Medium course (10 to 14km)
  • Short course (5 to 7km)

Further details

 
 
Sunday, 23 May 2021, 10:00: Masters Classic Relay, Trentham Memorial Park

This is a great 5-lap relay race, traditionally for the more senior members of the club. It's mostly on flat grass at Trentham Memorial Park (saves our somewhat older joints a bit). Categories/prizes for men, women, mixed, teams with aggregate ages of 250 and 300 or more. There is a walkers event too which covers 3 laps of the 4km course as opposed to 5 laps for runners. The event has a ‘pre-vet’ category which allows teams to have a member in the 30-34 yr age group and also an open category for teams with members less than 30 yrs of age. So basically it’s an all comers event.

Further details

 
 
Saturday, 22 May 2021, 12:40 to 16:00: Vosseler Shield (interclub event), WHAC clubrooms, Mt Victoria
Updated 27 Apr 2021.

Venue  

Race headquarters are at the WHAC Clubrooms, 164 Alexandra Rd. All races start on the grassed area near the Badminton Hall on Ruahine St

Course description

All races start with a steep uphill from Badminton Hall up to the tracks just below Alexandra Road; the course covers bush tracks and rocky trails with steep uphill / downhill gradients. The entire race is off road with the exception of road crossings on Mt Victoria.  

There are 5 races run over four distances ranging from 1.6km for boys and girls to 10km for senior and masters’ runners.  Road crossings are marshalled and subject to Traffic Management controls.  

Race times 

  • 12.40pm SENIOR WOMEN, MASTERS WOMEN 35, MASTERS WOMEN 50, MASTERS WOMEN 60, MASTERS WOMEN 70+, MASTERS MEN 60, MASTERS MEN 70+ ,  JUNIOR MEN MU20, * NON-CHAMPIONSHIP 5k MEN 20-59. 5km
  • 1.30pm JUNIOR WOMEN WU20, WOMEN WU18, GIRLS GU16, MEN MU18, BOYS BU16. 3.5 km 
  • 2.00pm BOYS BU14, BOYS BU12. 1.6 km 
  • 2.15pm GIRLS GU14, GIRLS GU12. 1.6 km 
  • 2.30pm SENIOR MEN, MASTERS MEN 35, MASTERS MEN 50, * NON-CHAMPIONSHIP 10k WOMEN 20+. 10 km 

Entry information

Athletics New Zealand Sanctioned Event
Only Athletics NZ registered athletes who are financial full competition members in the ANZ ClubNet database are eligible to compete. Athletes must be financial in ClubNet by midnight Wednesday 19 May 2021 in order to compete. 

Race bibs
You must be financial in ANZ ClubNet as stated above to receive a race bib. If you are financial by Friday 14 May, you will receive a personalised race bib. If you are financial after 14 May and up to 20 May, you will receive a temporary race bib, which must be returned after the race. Race bib pick up at the WHAC clubrooms on race day 22 May from 11:30am. No postal or email entries from AW Clubs.  
 
Other clubs to email entries to the race director by 19 May. Athletes must collect their race bib from their club representative at the WHAC clubrooms at least 30 minutes prior to the start of their race. No current bib and timing chip means you will not be recorded in the results. Race bibs will again be used for each of the 4 interclub races. The bibs will have Athletics Wellington timing chips and must be worn on the front of the athlete’s club singlet. Timing chips must be left securely on the front of the bibs.  
 
Entry Fees (Athletics Wellington Members)
AW Clubs will be invoiced after the event according to the number of individuals completing the races. 
 
Entry fees for ANZ Registered Club Members are as follows:

  • Boys and Girls U12, U14 and U16   $25.50
  • All other grades    $30.00

These entry fees include a special traffic management fee of $18.00 per person. 

Age Grades and Club Uniform
Age on 31st December 2021; except Masters’ grades where age on 22nd May 2021. 
 
As this event is only open to Registered Club Members, the correct club uniform must be worn.  
 
Any athlete wishing to compete “out of grade” (e.g. junior in senior grade), must advise the Race Director, Ian Macfarlane whacracedirector@gmail.com  and Daryl Bloomfield daryl@fedude.co.nz by 5:00pm Thursday 20 May.  

Team and individual awards

Medals will be awarded to FIRST PLACE in each grade, (*except there will be no medals for non-championship races). 
 
Team Competition winners will receive medals, with number to count in each grade as follows:

  • Open Men M20-99 10k only: 6
  • Open Women W20-99 5k only: 3
  • Masters Women MW50/60/70 combined: 3
  • Junior Women WU20/WU18 combined: 3
  • All other grades      3 

Masters’ runners are eligible for team competition in both the Open grade and their own Masters’ grade. 

The Barry Everitt Plate will be awarded to the Club scoring the highest number of points over all grades. This will be based on participation, where every competitor will score points, with 100 points to the winner. E.g., Senior Women, 30 finishers, first place scores 100 points, last place scores 71 points. (The non-championship races will not count towards this Club competition).  

Prize giving

Prize giving, following each race, will be near the WHAC Clubrooms; and if bad weather, will be held inside.

Protests and appeals

In the first instance, any protest must be made to the Race Referee, within 30 minutes of the finish of the race. Referee’s decision will be given to the Race Director; any appeal must be made to the Race Director. 

IAAF Competition Rules 146 covers protests and appeals. 

Health and safety

Marshals
All races are marshalled; marshals are clearly identifiable with orange Hi-Viz vests around the course. If you are injured or observe an injury or problem of any kind, please report to the nearest marshal. All competitors must obey the directions of marshals. 
 
Course Marking
The course will be marked with a combination of the following: tape, marker poles, arrows, cones, and marshals. Where 2 marker poles are placed as a gate, runners must run between the marker poles. Where 1 marker pole is used, runners must run within 5m either side of the marker pole. When running adjacent to roads, athletes must run within the coned off verge area. Failure to comply with a marshal’s instruction or not following the correct course may result in disqualification. 
 
Public Roads
The race includes the crossing of public roads. Marshals will be in place for your safety and will endeavour to stop vehicles in order to provide right of way to runners. However, you must remain alert at road crossings, look yourself, and be prepared to stop if directed to do so by a marshal. Where the course runs alongside public roads, competitors must run within the coned off verge area. 
 
Course Conditions
This is a cross country race and accordingly trails may be loose, steep, slippery, uneven, and have trip hazards. Competitors are responsible for taking reasonable care. 
 
Wellington Free Ambulance
Wellington Free Ambulance service will be on site throughout the event; the ambulance and medics will be situated at the clubrooms. Sector Marshals and Race Director have contact details in case of an emergency event on the course.  
 
COVID-19 
Spectators are to register their presence by scanning at the event specific QR code at the Race HQ OR near the start line. Athletes are recorded as members of their club’s team. There are no mandatory public health requirements at alert level 1. Please remain vigilant and continue to practice good hygiene to minimise the risk of community transmission; hand sanitiser will be available at Race HQ; practice social distancing where possible; and please stay away from the event if you are unwell. 
 
The event will only be run under Alert level 1.  
 
Race Director
Thank you for supporting this event. We look forward to seeing you all on race day. For inquiries, please contact  Ian Macfarlane (027) 230 8884, or email: whacracedirector@gmail.com     

 
 
Saturday, 15 May 2021, 13:45 to 16:00: Club run/walk, Clubrooms, Bannister Ave
Updated 9 Apr 2021.

Club run / walk from the clubrooms with packs for all ages and abilities.

Thinking of joining? Come along!

All ages, all abilities, all motivations. Join us!

Meet at 1:45, ready for a 2pm departure.

 
 
Sunday, 9 May 2021, 10:00 to 14:30: Athletics Wellington Kids Cross Country, Trentham Memorial Park

Athletics Wellington Junior Commitee invites athletes to take part in a low-key but fun cross-country race to be held at Trentham Memorial Park on Sunday 9 May. The races are open to Primary School athletes in years 3 to 8.  All are welcome, including those who are not currently members of an athletics club.

Entry/distances/times site: https://kidsxcmay2021.eventdesq.com

ENTRIES CLOSE on-line entries strictly at 5.00 pm Friday 7 May. Online Entry is $3.00/athlete

On the day entry  is possible but Online entry preferred.  Entry on the day will be $5.00 CASH Only (no EFTPOS)

Entrant Information

  • Registration Desk will open at 9:00am
  • ALL runners MUST report to the Registration Desk prior to your scheduled race start time in order for your Race Identity Number to be written on your arm.
  • Please allow at least 20 minutes as we are expecting large numbers.
  • Please be at the Marshalling Point area 5-10 mins before your scheduled race time so a light warm-up can be done.
  • Race start times will be as close as possible to the scheduled time. The programme will NOT run forward.
  • Please do NOT arrive at the designated Marshalling Point more than 15 minutes BEFORE your scheduled start time as the previous race will still be ”on”.

Further details

 
 
Saturday, 8 May 2021, 12:00 to 16:00: University Relays (interclub event) & Chocolate Walking Race, QEII Park, Mackay's Crossing
Updated 27 Apr 2021.

Sign up form for Olympic Harriers members, relay race ONLY - please sign up by midday Sunday 2 May

The Victoria University Athletic Club invites us to the Victoria University Relay events being held at QE Park on Saturday 8 May. Registered athletes and social members of clubs are eligible to compete in the following events: 

1. The Whittaker’s Chocolate Walk – open to walkers of all ages. Distance of approximately 6 km. Walkers must estimate their time with the winners being the walkers who are closest to their estimated time. Prizes for first female and first male.  

2. The Boys & Girls Races – scratch races for athletes under 16 years of age, and a fun run for the under 7’s. Athletes 16 years and older run in the junior relay. Prize giving  for the scratch races will be held shortly after the under 7’s fun run, just before the start of the relay. In a change from 2020, this year U14 and U16 events will run together.

***Age is taken as at 31 December 2021*** 

3. The Victoria University Relay – 10 grades with 4 runners per team over an  approx. 3.5 km lap. 

Race times and event details

12:00 PM Chocolate Walk: 6 km walk on the road; 11.30 registration, 12 noon start

1:15 PM B&G U10: 1.2 km: the start is over the sandhills to the south of the main start/finish area

1:30 PM B&G U12: 2 km loop from the start/finish area

1.45 PM B&G U14 & U16: 2 km loop from the start/finish area

2:00 PM B&G U7: 500 metres fun run “out and back” from the start/finish area

2:30 PM University relay.  Ten grades: junior women U20, Junior men U20,  Senior women, Senior men, Masters women 35+, Masters men 35+, Masters women 50+, Masters men 50+, Open 60+. Four runners per team, 3.5 km lap. All grades start together. Open 60+ teams can comprise men and women in the same team. Mixed teams can comprise athletes of mixed ages and genders (results in the grade will be recorded but there will be no prizes awarded) Prizes will be awarded to the winning team in each grade with the prize-giving to start as soon as the final runner completes the event

PLEASE NOTE: age is taken as of 31 December 2021 or, in the case of Masters, age on the day of the event. 

Electronic Timing Batons and Changeover:

  • Team members must run with the baton in their hand
  • Next lap runners must enter the changeover area via the side access chute, NOT VIA THE START/FINISH CHUTE
  • Baton changeover must take place WITHIN the allocated changeover zone

NOTE: ABSOLUTELY NO DOGS ARE PERMITTED  ON THE FARM AREA OF QE PARK EITHER LOOSE, ON LEADS OR IN CARS SO PLEASE LEAVE YOUR CANINES AT HOME! 

Entries, fees, rules and other information: 

  1. Team relay entries must be submitted online by club officials via the online link (this link will be provided in the week before the event). Entries will close 11.59 pm Thursday 6 May. 
  2. There is no need to pre-enter athletes in the Chocolate Walk or in the Boy’s and Girl’s Races. 
  3. Relay teams who wish to compete in the Senior grade rather than their age grade must declare their intention to do so in writing to the Race Manager prior to the start of the relay
  4. Clubs will be invoiced for entry fees after the event: $4 per walker, $4 for kids in the Boy’s & Girl’s Races, $40 per team in the Junior relay grades, $48 per team in the Senior/Masters/Mixed relay grades. No entry fee for the U10 and U7 events. 
  5. Runners must wear club uniform with the team race bib as allocated by your club on the front of singlet. 
  6. Runners must follow all instructions from marshals and Wellington Centre officials.
  7. The course will be marked with a combination of tape, marker poles, arrows, cones and marshals. Where 2 marker poles are placed as a gate, runners must run between the marker poles. Where 1 marker pole is used, runners must run within 5m on either side of the marker pole. Failure to comply with a marshal’s instruction or not following the correct course may cause disqualification. 
  8. Protests and Appeals: IAAF Competition Rules 146 covers protests and appeals. In the  first instance, any protest must be made to the Race Referee within 30 minutes of the finish of the race.  
  9. If a runner cannot complete their lap, they can be replaced by another member of the  team, but this will incur a 7 minute time penalty. 
  10. The course is not suitable for bare foot running; runners who run in bare feet do at their own risk. 
  11. First aid is available at the Race HQ tent which is adjacent to the start/finish.
  12. There is no water available and no shelter (unless provided by your club tent) so come prepared. 
  13. Please take caution when driving in the paddock and especially watch out for kids. 

Thank you for supporting this event and we look forward to seeing you all on the day. For inquiries please email the event manager: Dave Kettles tea.pots@xtra.co.nz

 
 
Saturday, 8 May 2021, 08:00 to 12:00: Rotorua Marathon, Rotorua

New Zealand's premier marathon event

Further details

 
 
Saturday, 1 May 2021, 07:30 to 12:00: Xterra 3 - Starlight Run, Wainuiomata

  • Long course (17 to 20+ km)
  • Medium course (10 to 14km)
  • Short course (5 to 7km)

Further details

 
 
Saturday, 1 May 2021, 13:00 to 16:00: Shaw Baton Relays (interclub event), Battle Hill Farm Park, Paekakariki Hill Road, Pauatahanui
Updated 21 Apr 2021.

The interclub season kicks off with a 4×2km cross country relay. Sign up form for Olympic Harriers members ONLY.

New for 2021: MM60 and MW60 grades and electronic timing.

Venue 

Battle Hill Farm Park – Pauatahanui, Paekakariki Hill Rd, Porirua, Wellington. (6km north of Pauatahanui General Store).

Distance

2km laps - cross-country

Course

Grass, gravel tracks, mostly flat to undulating with one sharp uphill and downhill. Log jumps and a water jump. Course marked with red and white flags. Go through ‘gate’ when two flags are set together or up to 5 metres either side if flags set alone. Failing to follow correct course may result in disqualification.

Race times

PLEASE NOTE: Age is your age as at 31 December 2021, OR in the case of Masters, age on the day of the event.

1:00pm

  • Youth Girls (GU16)
  • Junior Women (WU20)
  • Senior Women (W20-34)
  • Masters Women (W35+)
  • Masters Women (W50+)
  • Masters Women (W60+)
  • Masters Men (W60+)

1:50pm

  • 1km Fun Run (BU10, GU10) – mass start

2:00pm

  • Boys, Girls Mixed (BU14, GU14, BU12, GU12, mixed)

2:50pm (4 Runners per Team)

  • Youth Boys (BU16)
  • Junior Men (MU20)
  • Senior Men (M20-34)
  • Masters Men (M35+)
  • Masters Men (M50+)

Come and try cross country running

The Relays are open to teams from Schools, Colleges and Recreation Runners who are welcome to enter in age/gender grades as above.

Entry protocols – race rules

  1. This year we will be using electronic timing.
  2. Team relay entries must be submitted online by club officials via the online link (this link will be provided in the week before the event). Entries will close 11.59 pm Thursday 29 April. Olympic Harriers members register your interest with this sign up form.
  3. Please use timing batons provided by the race host.
  4. Club teams to wear race letter/numbers as allocated by your club on the front of singlet. Visiting teams please indicate race number to be used on the entry form.
  5. Non-club teams will need to supply letters and/or numbers for respective teams. 
  6. No runner may run more than one lap for any A and/or B team across all grades and races.
  7. Next lap runners must enter the start line from the side access, NOT VIA FINISH CHUTE where runners are finishing.
  8. First Aid available. 
  9. Toilets available, no changing facilities, come prepared.
  10. ABSOLUTELY NO DOGS ARE PERMITTED AT BATTLE HILL FARM PARK
  11. Results will be posted on our results page.
  12. Winning team members - please remain for prize-giving which will be immediately after each relay race.
  13. Trophies: Shaw Baton Trophies for:
  • Shaw Baton trophies for:
    • Senior Men
    • Senior Women
    • Masters Men 35+
    • Masters Women 35+
    • Masters Men 50+
    • Masters Women 50+
    • Masters Men 60+
    • Masters Women 60+
    • Junior Men U20
    • Junior Women U20
  • Miniature batons for winning team athletes of above races
  • Medals for U10 boys and girls scratch race
  • Medals for winning teams in Boys U16, Girls U16, Boys U14, Girls U14, Boys U12 and Girls U12.

Contact

Tracy Berghan
Olympic Harriers Secretary
027 414 4398
Contact us form

 
 
Saturday, 24 Apr 2021, 13:45 to 16:00: Club run/walk, New clubrooms (Bannister Ave)
Updated 9 Apr 2021.

Club run / walk from the clubrooms with packs for all ages and abilities.

Thinking of joining? Come along!

All ages, all abilities, all motivations. Join us!

Meet at 1:45, ready for a 2pm departure.

 
 
Sunday, 18 Apr 2021, 07:30 to 12:00: Xterra 2 - The Orongorongos, Remutaka Forest Park

  • Long course (17 to 20+ km)
  • Medium course (10 to 14km)
  • Short course (5 to 7km)

Further details

 
 
Saturday, 17 Apr 2021, 09:00 to 17:00: New Zealand Mountain Running Champs, Coronet Peak, Queenstown
Updated 11 Mar 2021.

In conjunction with the inaugural "Queenstown Alpine Grind". 

Up-and-down course, laps of 4km with 400m of climbing per lap.

Further details

 
 
Saturday, 17 Apr 2021, 12:00 to 15:00: Maiden and Perston club races / afternoon tea at our new clubrooms, Grenada North Park
Updated 14 Apr 2021.

Sign up

Please sign up if you want to compete or can help set up: Maiden and Perston sign up form

Times:

  • 1200: Help set up course
  • 1400: First race (kids)
  • 15:30: afternoon tea at our new clubrooms! Please bring a plate and BYO drinks. 

Info

Our first club races for the season - the Maiden and Perston. There will be four races: two for the younger kids (700m and 1km), the Maiden (2km cross country for those who have never won a race before) and the Perston Memorial (2km cross country - same course as the Maiden, but for those who have won a trophy before). The course will be the same as last year's, at Grenada North Park.

We will need club members to help set up the course beforehand and pack it away afterwards - many hands make light work!

The Maiden and Perston Memorial races are sealed handicap - the club handicapper has predictions of everyone's times, and the handicap winners are those who beat their handicap times by the greatest margins. 

The first trophies of the year are up for grabs too - awarded to both race winners and handicap winners. 

These races will be followed by afternoon tea at the clubrooms. please bring a plate to share.

And one other thing - these races serve as trials for the Shaw Baton interclub relays held at Battle Hill later in April May.

Maiden and Perston sign up form 

 

Further details

 
 
Sunday, 11 Apr 2021: Christchurch Marathon + NZ Marathon Championships, Christchurch

Christchurch Marathon/half marathon/10km/"kids mara'fun", incorporating the NZ Marathon Champs

Further details

 
 
Saturday, 10 Apr 2021, 13:00 to 16:30: Wellington Mountain Running Champs, Wainuiomata
Updated 27 Mar 2021.

 

2021 info from Wainui Harriers:

This year’s event will proceed under Covid-19 Alert Levels 1 and 2.

Due to Covid-19 and the potential for changing alert levels, there are some changes to previous years. The information below is the level 1 plan. Only minor changes will be required if we change to alert level 2.

Race Headquarters

Wainuiomata High School, Gymnasium
Parkway Road
Wainuiomata

The Gymnasium is towards the back of the High School by the playing fields. Toilets are available at the Gymnasium. The Gymnasium is only open before races start until 12:45pm. All gear must be taken and left in cars. There will be no afternoon tea or formal prize giving this year. Medals will be awarded at the finish area. 

Plenty of parking is available at the High School and along Parkway Road.

All entrants must report to Race Headquarters between 11:30am and 12:30pm on race day to sign in and receive a Race Number to be worn on the front of their singlet.

It is a short 5 minute walk from the Gymnasium to the Parkway Rise Subdivision Car-park where the races start and finish. Entrants are asked to leave their cars at the school and walk over to the start location as there is limited parking available in the new subdivision, please respect the residents of the subdivision.

Competing Grades and Medals

Age is as at the end of this year, 31 December 2021, but age on the day of race for master’s runners.

Grades: Girls and Boys U10, Girls and Boys U12, Girls and Boys U14, Girls and Boys U16, Junior Women and Men U18, Junior Women and Men U20, Open Women and Men 20-34, Masters Women and Men 35-49, Masters Women and Men 50-59, Masters Women and Men 60+.

Medals: Medals are awarded to the first 3 Wellington Inter-Club members in each grade.

Guest medals will also be awarded for non-inter-club members who place in the top 3 in any grade.

 

Entry Information

Entrants are encouraged to pre-enter on-line by Thursday April 8, 8pm. On the day entries will be accepted between 11:30am and 12:30pm.

Individuals are responsible for entering and paying, clubs will not be invoiced for this event. 

Manual timing will be used for this race, timing chips are not required.

On-line entry: on-line entry form

Further details