Autumn Urban Sprint Series, Events/Results

Urban Sprints Series points

We’ll be awarding points again this year – winner gets 50, 2nd gets 47, 3rd gets 44, 4th gets 41 and then decreasing one point for each place thereafter.
1 point even if you mis-punch or don’t complete the course.
Don’t ask why but that’s the way it was decided to do it for the DNC so I’ve just followed suite!

Your best 3 results out of 5 count towards your overall total and could win you a lavish prize in one of these categories (loosely based on the SOUL system):

JU16 – Junior shadowed
J Junior
Open – any age class*
V Veteran 40+
SV Super Veteran 55+
UV Ultra Veteran 65+

*Let me know if you want to compete in the Open category otherwise I’ll put you in the category for your age class

Scores so far attached and I’ll try to update asap after each race. Rachel

2015 Urban Sprints Points 1-5.pdf

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