Rules and Entry

Entry will be here via sientries 

Team Entries – Your Club will be able to submit Team Entries via the SiEntries website from 20th August to 3rd September. Clubs will then be invited via email to confirm entries at which time payment will be collected.  Once entries have been confirmed you will be asked to provide details of individual runners. You must EDIT YOUR ENTRY and confirm the names of your leg runners by Thursday 14th October at 20:00

On the day teams must also have competed and handed in at race registration the 'Team registration form' and 'Parental consent form' for runners u18.

All runners must be registered/first claim members of the club they represent and must have suitable experience in category A fell races.

The use of GPS for navigation purposes, the use of running poles and the linking of runners by bungee are not allowed.

Important Rules to note (a full set of Rules and Regulations will be available prior to the event and you must read the British Athletics Fell running rules here

The Relay event is a senior competition for athletes aged 18 or over…..however suitably experienced 16 and 17 year olds may run Legs 1 and 4

British Athletics Championship Medals will be awarded in the Open and V40 Categories for both Men and Women. Entries in these categories will only be accepted from Clubs which are affiliated to UK Athletics for Fell Running

There will also be prizes in the following categories

Men's Open, V40, V50

Women's Open, V40, V50

Mixed - 3 men + 3 Women

V60 (this is a new category and to encourage entries teams can comprise of any combination of Men and Women from the same Club. A minimum of four V60 teams will be required for the competition to be valid and prizes awarded.

Clubs may enter more than one team per event if there are places available and the runners are of the right experience and standard for a championship event. Where Clubs wish to enter more than one team, in the first instance precedent will be given for teams to be entered into Championship categories (Open and V40).  Additional teams may be accepted later in the entry process if space is available.

All runners must be registered/first claim members of the club they represent and must have suitable experience in category A fell races.

The use of GPS for navigation purposes, the use of running poles and the linking of runners by bungee are not allowed.

KIT REQUIREMENTS – ALL runners need to carry the required kit at all races.  Full waterproof body cover, hat, gloves and whistle map and compass.

Information on the Courses