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Runners do not need to wear a bib number. As you finish you are given a position tag. Later, you pass this onto a designated recorder from your club (possibly the team captain) who will record your finish position next to your name. All clubs submit these sheets to Martyn Jenkins before they leave who then publishes a comprehensive set of results within a day or two. If the host club has sufficient helpers then the race is also timed.
 

PROVISIONAL Dates for 2020/21 :
(updated 22nd May 2020)

Race 1 : Sun. 18th Oct 2020 :
POSTPONED

Race 2 : Sun. 15th Nov 2020 : 
POSTPONED

Race 3: Sun 10th  Jan 2021
Host : TBA
Venue : TBA

Race 4: Sun 14th Feb 2021:
Host : TBA
Venue : TBA

Race 5: Sun 14th Mar. 2021 :
Host : TBA
Venue : TBA

All races start 11:00 am.

There are 5 races in the winter months - normally Oct, Nov, Jan, Feb and March. All races are on Sunday starting at 11:00 am. Clubs take it in turns to host an event and we regularly see getting on for 200 runners taking part. It's probably fair to say that these XC events are generally more characterful than your standard cross country events with many containing both 'undulations' and varied terrain.