in each age category.
The individual score taken from your best performance in each race category.
Runners must compete in a minimum of five of the race categories for eligibility. Their best five races count towards
their final score.
In the Mile and 5K race (A and B categories) points are awarded for fastest time in the championship year against other ESM runners. This gives you multiple chances to compete and improve your position. The fastest woman and fastest man get one point respectively; second fastest gets two points; third fastest gets three points and so on…
In race categories C-H points are awarded on final finish position against other competing ESM runners. First woman and man get one point respectively; second gets two points etc. Where there is both gun and chip timing it is the chip which determines the points allocation.
You have to finish the race and be registered as an ESM runner for the race in order for the result to count.
You must run in your club vest or club T-Shirt with the exception of the parkrun.
In the event of any dispute the race administrator’s decision is final.
Good luck, and Godspeed!
Laurence Messer and Darren Leroy