FPSG Masters, CE and National Open events – Entries close Thursday

Monday 24th June 2019

Enter the FPSG Masters Champs

Enter the FPSG Combined Events Champs

Enter National Open Steeplechase/Hurdles/Para

The FPSG Masters Championships are back at Grangemouth this summer – with Saturday 13 July the date for diaries and training/competition plans.

It’s always a good occasion as our Masters athletes compete for track and field medals in various age groups from V35 and above.

And the FPSG Combined Events Championships are happening that same weekend with action on both days – Saturday 13 July and Sunday 14 July.

There are also National Open events in Steeplechase and Hurdles with these spread over the two days. And there are Parallel Success events open to ambulant athletes, too (in an Open format, with no medals).

Please check the links above to enter online.

Entries will close at midnight of the closing date of Thursday 27 June.

Timetable details for these events are on the Event section pages within the links above. Please check what day each event is scheduled for in terms of the National Open steeplechase and hurdles so that you know which day you are competing.

If you experience any problems, please email us before midnight on the closing date. Emails submitted after this time will not be accepted.


Parallel Success Open Events

Parallel Success events are open to all classified Ambulant Athletes. Please enter the Parallel Success event and include your event choice.  Please note a separate entry per individual event will be required.

Athletes will be limited to one run only per track event and three trials only per Field Event.

Masters Champs

In the Masters Champs, medals are subject to certain standards being achieved and are awarded in five-year age bands for male and female athletes.

*Please note the Masters 10,000m Champs are being held on Saturday 31 August in Carluke

Enter here for the Masters 10,000m Champs


Tags: FPSG Combined Events Champs, FPSG Masters, Grangemouth

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