FIRST FIXTURE 2017/2018 SEASON
Date: 11am - Sunday 17th September 2017
Venue: Llanmadoc, North Gower
Host Club: 3M’s Gorseinon Road Runners
The first fixture will see the League return to North Gower with 3M's Gorseinon Road Runners hosting the event.
Venue - Llanmadoc, meeting at Cwm Ivy `Honesty` car park, down the hill from the church. Cwm Ivy is approx 40mins from Junction 46 on M4.
SAT NAV - SA3 1DE
Parking Fee - £1 per car will be collected by members of 3M's Gorseinon Road Runners. There is room for approx 90 cars. Because of the limited amount of space athletes are asked to car share where possible.
Registration - Between 9.45am - 10.45am
Start Time - 11am
Distance/Course - The run will start from the bottom of Cwm Ivy, utilising the forest and the beach. An approximate 4,5 miles for both male and females. Details at http://connect.garmin.com/activity/50818341
Age - Athletes must be 15 years of age or over
Headphones - any athlete wearing headphones will be automatically disqualified.
Entry Fee - £2 Athletes Registered with Welsh Athletics/£4 Non Registered
CAKE STALL - 3M's will be organising a charity cake sale at this event so bring an extra pound for a slice of cake after the race.
HEALTH & SAFETY AT CROSS COUNTRY EVENTS
Athletes are advised that Health and Safety regulations recommend you should examine the course for potential hazards before competing. The course will have been checked by the organisers and a risk assessment conducted.
The Race Referee will have inspected the course and declared it suitable for use. Any competitor who has concerns about a safety aspect on the course should bring it to the attention of the organisers and/or the Referee immediately.
If the issue cannot be resolved satisfactorily the competitor will be advised not to participate in the event.
As with all West Glamorgan Cross Country League fixtures, athletes will be running in remote areas and First Aid may not be immediately accessible. Athletes should take this into consideration before entering the event.
First Aid cover will be available in the finish area courtesy of the St Johns Ambulance. Any situation arising that requires First Aid treatment anywhere on the course must be reported immediately to First Aid Personnel.
All participants are reminded of their duty of care to other athletes who may be in distress.