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Irish Universities Cross-Country Championships 2020

Saturday 07 March 2020, 14:00

Contact Location DistanceTypeChampionshipPermitMeasured
IUAA UCC Farm, Curraheen, Cork Vars Cross-Country Yes Yes XC

IUAA Cross-Country Championships

UCC Farm, Curraheen, Cork

Saturday March 7th 2020


Start Times:  Women:  2.00pm      Men:  2.40pm



Parking/Changing/Check-in 

Car parking is availalbe on site.

Changing rooms and check-in will open from 11am


Overview:  This is a one day Intervarsity Championship open to all IUAA members. The hosting of the event is rotated between member colleges each year, and is held in the spring. The trophies are presented at the Intervarsity dinner, which is held that evening, in a local hotel.

Each College may enter teams of up to 14 female, and 16 male, undergraduate/postgraduate students, of which up to 4 of these may be 'one year down' athletes. The first 4 women and the first 6 men on each team score points for their college. The college with the lowest points total wins. In addition, up to 10 male and 10 female 'Substitute' athletes may also run.


Intervarsity Banquet

The Banquet will be in The Ambassador Hotel, on Military Hill, St Lukes, Cork. 4 course meal and DJ. Neat Dress. Tickets will cost €35. Start time 7pm (SHARP), with payment, in advance, by bank transfer. The trophies will be presented during the Intervarsity Banquet.


Venue: UCC Farm Curraheen

 

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