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Cork Athletics County Senior & Juvenile UnEven-Age Cross-Country Championships

Sunday 13 October 2019, 12:00

Location DistanceTypeChampionshipPermitMeasured
Carrigadrohid, Macroom 6k (women) & 10k (Me Cross-Country Yes Yes N/A

Cork Athletics County Senior & Juvenile Uneven Age Cross-Country Championships

Venue: Carrigadrohid

Organised and hosted by: West Muskerry

12 noon, Sunday October 13th

 

West Muskerry AC, and Cork Athletics acknowledge, with gratitude, the landowners, Gus Murphy and family, for the use of their lands for the event.  Without their kind permission, and that of many other landowners, it would not be possible to hold cross-country events.

 

Timetable

12 Noon -  Women start Senior Program

 

1pm - Juvenile Girls start Juvenile Program

 

Entry Forms

 

Senior Form

 

Juvenile Uneven Age Form

Closing dates for entries is: 6pm, Friday 4th Oct

Venue

Carrigadrohid, Macroom - General Location

Cork AAI County Novice Venue 2014 West Muskerry


The venue is Carrigadrohid, on the R618, Macroom-Coachford road,   Enter the Loc8code WQR-21-3FN, into the form on this page to see the exact field. You can send the Loc8 code directly into your Sat-Nav.  If you don't have Sat-Nav, you can still see the venue/location on on this page, using the Loc8code WQR-21-3FN

 

Carrigadrohid, Macroom - Location Map

Carrigadrohid Location Map

Course Map

To be added when available

Course Map for Cork AAI County Intermediate and Novice 'B' Cross Country, Carrigadrohid, 2015
NB: This is NOT the course map...It is provided simply to give an outline of the venue, and to jog people's memories wrt the venue

 

 

General - PDF File

•    Entry forms available on https://www.corkathletics.org/forms/entry-forms.html

 
•    All Athletes taking part MUST be registered Athletics Ireland (AAI) Members


•    Club Colours must be worn by all competitors


•    Pacing of Athletes is PROHIBITED. Pacing will result in disqualification


•    Clubs with fees outstanding from the Track and Field Season will be prohibited from taking part


•    Entries by Email only – Entries by text or by phone will NOT be accepted


•    Late entries will NOT be accepted


•    Please respect our venues!


•    Cheques / Postal orders, payable to “Cork County Board AAI”, are to be sent to Mary Meagher, Cork AAI, 3 Whitethorn Drive, Station Rd, Blarney, Co. Cork  

 

Adult Events

•    For eligibility for different competitions see Cork Athletics Competition Bye-Laws - PDF File


•    For eligibility for the various competitions see - https://www.corkathletics.org/about-us/competition-bye-laws.html


•    Women’s events run first, followed by the men’s events
•    Team events – 4 to score with the exception of the masters men Over-50 and Over-65, and masters women Over-45 (3 to score)


•    Masters Categories start at Over-35, Over-40, Over-45, etc ……


•    Each individual’s masters category is determined by their age on the day of Competition


•    The Junior and Under 18 races will be run together (First event on the programme starting at 12pm) Athletes may compete in both events, but, if so, must be entered for both events!

 

Juvenile


•    Under-8 athletes (born in 2012, or since) may NOT take part


•    To be eligible for the B championships, athletes must have been entered in the A Championships


 

Photography & Videos

Every person taking photos or videos at these Cross-Country Championships MUST register, on the day, with Cork Athletics Child Protection Officer, or other official. Those taking photos and/or videos may be required to wear identifying Hi-Viz vests.  All images taken must comply with the codes/policies below.

The taking of photos and videos at Athletics Ireland events is governed by Athletics Ireland's codes/policies Code Of Ethics & Good Practice for Children in Athletics and Photgraphy Policy for Schools Events - Athletics Ireland

Cork Athletics records, by photo and/or video, its events, for publicity purposes.  All such images comply with the above codes/policies

Cork Athletics County Board Child Protection Policy

 

Dogs & Other Animals

 No Dogs AllowedImage
Please do NOT bring dogs to the venue.  Only Guide dogs, and other registered assistance dogs, are permitted at Cork Athletics venues, on health and safety grounds. 

In addition, the presence of a dog is likely to impair the functioning of a trained assistance dog.  A person bringing a non-assistance dog is likely to be asked to keep their dog in their car, or, in extreme cases, to leave the venue.

Cork Athletics Animal Policy

 

 

About Us

Cork Athletics County Board is a constituent member of Athletics Ireland. Cork Athletics is the governing body, administering athletics, track and field (T&F), cross-country (XC) and running in county Cork. The Board comprises elected representatives of constituent athletic clubs and running clubs. Cork County Board AAI organises Championship races and competition, including road, track & field (T&F) and Cross-country (XC), at junior, juvenile, senior and masters levels, and selects representation for the county. In addition, training and education is provided for coaches and officials. The Board also regulates the Athletics Ireland race/event permit (licence) process for county Cork.
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