Road Relays – Harwich (24th March) 2018.

 

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ENTRY FEE
Open  Men (teams of 4) £20
V40 Men (teams of 3) - £15
V50 Men (teams of 3) - £15
Open Women (teams of 3) - £15
V35 Women (teams of 3) - £15
V45 women (teams of 3 ) - £15

Minimum age 17 for Essex Championships
Minimum age 15 for Open Teams
Cheques made payable to “Essex County Athletic Association”
Entries open 1st December 2017 and close 23:59 on the 3rd March 2018

The results from the latest relay race are here

Essex Road Relays results 2017

Men open

1st Ilford AC
2nd East London Runners
3rd Springfield Striders

Ladies Open

1st Springfield Striders
2nd Chelmsford AC
3rd Colchester Harriers

Fastest man - Blair McWhirter (Ilford) 15.34
Fastest Lady - Liz Davies (Springfield) 16.56

 
 

Please click here to here access the archive of results back to 1970.

2018 sees the county senior and vet road relays at the seafront at Harwich over an officially measured 5km course.

To be eligible to enter the Essex Championship you need to either have been born in Essex or have been an Essex resident for at least 9 months. In addition you cannot have competed in another county's championship in the same year (eg. Suffolk / Kent,etc) Runners will not qualify for medals if they are not wearing the club kit of their first claim club in whose name they have entered. The race will be timed using a chip timing baton that must be carried in the hand at all times

The race is also open to teams that do not meet the Essex qualification criteria although such teams will not be awarded any county medals.

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Course measurement 

Essex Road Relays hosted by Harwich Runners March 24 2018 at 11am

Location - Race HQ Harwich and Dovercourt Rugby Club, Wick Lane, Dovercourt, Harwich CO12 3TA
Please be aware that some Sat Navs may try to take you into a local Caravan Park. 

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Harwich, a Haven town and port oft sleepy, tranquil and serene on a Saturday morning was curiously abuzz with activity as a record 98 teams declaring themselves fit to do battle descended on a small oval shelter along the Dovercourt seafront for the annual running of the Essex Relay Open and Veteran Championships. Thankfully the strong winds of the previous night had mostly abated leaving a brisk cross breeze that did little to deter the enthusiasm of either the competitors or the stoic yet somewhat amusing efforts of those stalwarts attempting to erect the Witham pop-up tent. It was equally heartening  to see teams from the length and breadth of the County, some surviving vast and tortuous journeys all  for the privilege of grasping the cylindrical object inside in which lay that mysteriously wondrous piece of technology that has recently transformed the face of the Essex Relay world.
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