Testing routes each with a tough uphill start, the older the age group the wilder the route. The older runners take in large chunks of open moorland before a long fast downhill descent with a bit of everything – moor, tracks, woodland and fast grassy slopes.
Monday 6th May 2019.
Prizes for top 3 plus lucky dip chocolate/sweet bag.
U9 – 0.9km/62m ascent
U11 – 1.7 km/125m ascent
U13 – 2.3km/152m ascent
U15 – 3.7km/187m ascent
U17 – 5.3km/231m ascent
U19 – 7.8km/284m ascent
|Where and what time||
Parking for Coiners this year has been more complicated due to all the Environment Agency work that is being done in Mytholmroyd. They have commandeered the Community Centre car park.
ALL parking for this event will be on an old car park between Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd which is being opened up specially for the day. There will still be a short walk around 15 mins to the start field and this will be flagged.
Please DO NOT park in Mytholmroyd Community Centre. £1 charge will be collected to cover the costs of the parking. Any money left over will be donated to Calder Valley Search and Rescue Team to help with its upkeeps as they are once again covering this event.
DO NOT park on the road to the start.
Registration will be open on the day at 9.00am. The races will start as follows:
U9 – 10.30am
No races will start earlier than the advertised time. All runners will be required to pass through the funnelled area to the start line so a head count can be undertaken.
In view of the older age groups race routes taking runners across exposed moorland can all U13/15/17/19 runners come prepared to carry kit that complies with FRA guidelines. That means FULL kit. A decision will be made on the day by the RO as to weather non/some/all will be carriedIf that is the case then you will not be allowed to run without it. If kit is required you will be checked at the start and IMPORTANTLY AT THE FINISH. Anyone found trying to cheat these safety rules will be disqualified or prevented from running and the FRA will be informed.
U11 should bring with them at least a waterproof top having full kit is a good habit to get into.
Note to spectators from Natural England:
These races are also Yorkshire Championships races. Information of qualification criteria etc is here.
|How much?||Entries on the day – £1.50 for U9, £2.00 for other age groups|
|Race Organiser||Alistair Whitelaw: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Race Routes||U9 route | U9 profile
U11 route | U11 profile
U13 route | U13 profile
U15 route | U15 profile
U17 route | U17 profile
U19 route | U19 profile (champs route)
|Records||U9B – Harry Cliff (Calder Valley, 2019) 4:38
U9G – Clara McKee (Calder Valley, 2018) 4:28
U11B – Harry Bowen (Ambleside, 2015) 8:45
U11G – Clara McKee (Calder Valley, 2019) 8:56
U13B – Sam Almond (Eden Runners, 2014) 10:50
U13G – Libby Rickerby (Chorley, 2019) 12:09
U15B – Joshua Boyle (Hyndburn, 2014) 16:46
U15G – Eve Whitaker (Harrogate Harriers, 2019) 18:15
U17B – Alex Ediker (Buxton AC, 2017) 21:16
U17G – Lucy Bednall (Buxton AC, 2019) 25:25
U19B (normal route) – Matthew Mackay (Rossendale, 2018) 21:57
U19G (normal route) – Emily Field (Bingley, 2018) 27:13
U19B (champs route) – Matt Knowles (Lancaster & Morecambe AC, 2019) 31:01
U19G (champs route) – Eve Pannone (Eden Runners, 2019) 36:40
|2019 – U9 | U11 | U13 | U15 | U17| U19 | Excel
2018 (pdf) | 2018 (excel)
2017 – U9 | U11 | U13 | U15 | U17 | U19
2016 – U8 | U10 | U12 | U14 | U16 | U18
2015 – U8 | U10 | U12 | U14 | U16 | U18
coiners 2014 juniors
coiners 2013 juniors
2011 – U8 | U10 | U12 | U14 | U16 | U18
2010 – U8 | U10 | U12 | U14 | U16 | U18
2009 – U8 | U10 | U12 | U14 | U16 | U18
2008 – U8 | U10 | U12 | U14 | U16
2007 – U8 | U10 | U12 | U14
|Photos||2018: (courtesy of Woodentops) U9 : U11-U19
2017: (courtesy of Woodentops) U9 : U11 : U13 : U15 : U17 & U19 |
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