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ENTRIES CLOSE THURSDAY for our 1-Mile Time Trial

Tuesday 5th May 2020

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Entries will close on Thursday for the next of our scottishathletics Virtual Challenge events.

It is happening this weekend from Friday to Monday and features a 1-Mile Time Trial for athletes of all ages from U13 through to Masters.

And we need the entries – which can come via clubs or from individuals – by midnight on Thursday (May 7).

We’ve had a huge response to our Virtual Relays and to our 15-Minute Challenge and now there’s an opportunity for everyone to run a shorter distance.

The competition window is again spread over four days from 00.01am on Friday 8 May through to 23.59pm on Monday 11 May.

Athletes who have entered will be asked to submit details of their run by noon on Tuesday 12 May.

There will be a number if categories involved in terms of club and team ‘competition’ and for each age group. These are outlined on our Event section page and also further down this story.

15-Minute Challenge brings in more than 1100 solo runs

Important Rules

*No Point 2 Point Runs

*No Laps Less than 1km

*Start and Finish at same point

*No net Loss in Elevation

*Runs MUST be completed solo, other than U13 and U15 athletes who should be accompanied by an adult: U13 athletes must be supervised by a responsible household member at all times, and U15 athletes should be accompanied if appropriate.

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Scoring Categories

Best Time by Individual Age and Gender

This category ranks individual athletes in each age group and gender category running the fastest 1Mile Time Trial

Total Time by 4 Person Mixed Team – 4 x 1mile Runs

This team category ranks teams of 4 athletes (from the same club, same age group; 2 male and 2 female) who achieved the lowest time for their combined 1mile time trials.

Total Time by 4 Person Team – 4 x 1mile Runs

This team category ranks teams of 4 athletes (from the same club, same age group; who achieved the lowest time for their combined 1 mile time trials.

 

Tags: 1-Mile Time Trial, Virtual Challenges

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