We have three club championships; men's, ladies, and an overall age-graded championship, so everyone has a chance!
For the men's and ladies competitions, 100 points are awarded for the first club member home, 99 for second, 98 for third, and so on. For the age-graded competition, 100 points are awarded for the club member with the highest age-grading, 99 for the second-highest, 98 for third-highest, and so on.
Age-grading is calculated using WMA 2015 road racing factors. This is based on the world record for the same distance and is normalised for age and gender (you can find an online calculator here).
The best 8 placings from 14 events score for the men's, ladies and age-graded competitions.
In the event of tied results, the highest scores will be taken into account.
Club kit must be worn at Championship events to score points, except for the marathon. Subscriptions must be paid during the year to be a trophy winner. Only 1st Claim members are eligible to win the Championship.
Subject to date confirmation by race organisers
Did you know...
Two events from this year's Club Champs form half of the qualifying races for the Berkshire County Championship. If you were born or currently live in Berkshire you qualify to enter.
So if you're already considering running Maidenhead 10, Wargrave 5, Reading 10k or the Maidenhead Half, you may as well sign up. (Please note - you don't have to run all four races, there are lots of different awards available)
To enter... sign up for the races as usual.
Then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org any time after 01 Jan 2020 but at least one day before your first Berkshire Champs race of the year with the following information:
Date of Birth (and age on 24 Feb 2020)
Criterion for eligibility (birth / residence in Berkshire)