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800M & 3,000M

Incorporating the ScottishAthletics U17/U20 3,000m Championships

Date:

Friday 3rd June

Time:

1800-2130

Venue:

Crownpoint Stadium

Events:

800m (open to U15, U17, U20, Senior & Masters athletes) 

3,000m (open to U17, U20, Senior & Master athletes)

Please note: Over 3000m, U15's at this meeting are required to run in a separate heat.

As such, we will only be able to provide an U15 3000m heat if we have enough athletes to make this viable in the timetable. U15's interested in competing over 3000m at the June GAA Miler Meet should email: 

glasgowathleticsassociation@gmail.com

to indicate their interest.

The total number of potential athletes is approximately 100 (in the 800m) 100 (in the 3000m) = 200 spaces in the meeting

Entries:

*New pricing structure*

£8 for BMC members 

£12 for non-BMC members

Entries will open on the BMC website: 

02/05/22 for BMC members

03/05/22 for non-BMC members

These will be issued on a first come, first served basis – once they are gone, the entries are closed – so please enter early to secure your replace - we will (as normal) operate a waiting list and substitute in athletes as a space arises in the relevant heat.

Pacers:

In order to provide the best quality races, pacemakers will play an important role on the night.

If you are interested in helping athletes achieve a new Personal Best then please get in touch at: 

mark.pollard@gmail.com

Prize pot:

Additionally, there will be a £400 'prize pot' available to the overall fastest in each of the men's and women's events IF they break the following target times:


800m Men: 1:51.00     Women: 2:06.00
3000m Men: 8:10.00    Women: 9:15.00


If only one athlete achieves the time he or she will claim the prize pot. If more than one winner achieves the times it will be split equally (i.e. if two winners break the times they will get half the pot, etc - to a maximum of four athletes sharing the pot).


If no one achieves the prize pot standards, then the money will roll over and be added to the pot for the next GAA Miler Meet.

Admissions:

TBC

For further information please contact:

norriehay@btinternet.com

mark.pollard@gmail.com

***UKA Level 2 event***

*** Event will be run under UKA rules***

 

NIGHT OF THE 10K'S

Incorporating the ScottishAthletics Senior & Masters 10,000m Championships

Glasgow Athletics and Scottish Athletics are keen to develop 10,000m running on the track with the aim to improve the quality and depth of the Scottish rankings.

With the focus of furthering endurance running in Scotland by increasing the number of runners in the male and female 10,000m track rankings – the GAA will provide as many heats as necessary to cater for the number and standard of runners who are up for the challenge and come to Glasgow to test themselves in the GAA Miler Meet experience.

Date:

Friday 29th April 

Time:

1830-2130

Venue:

Crownpoint Stadium

Events:

10,000m 

Open to U20, Senior & Master athletes

Withdrawals / Reserve List
Any athlete who is no longer able to compete must let us know as soon as possible – we are
currently employing a reserve list and athletes on there are keen to get a run if possible.

Declarations:
We expect you to declare at least one hour before your event and final declarations will be at
1930.


Assembly
Assembly will be at race start 10 minutes before your race is due to start. The races will start on time – we will not wait for you or come and look for you – it is your responsibility to be there at
the right time.

Pacers:

In order to provide the best quality races, pacemakers will play an important role on the night.

If you are interested in helping athletes achieve a new Personal Best over the 10,000m then please get in touch at: 

mark.pollard@gmail.com

Prize pot:

Additionally, there will again be a £250 'prize pot' available to the overall fastest in each of the men's and women's events, IF they break the following target times:
 
Men: 29:40        

Women: 34:00

If only one athlete achieves the time he or she will claim the total prize pot. If more than one winner achieves the times it will be split equally (i.e. if two winners break the times they will get £125 each).

If no one achieves the prize pot standards, then the money will roll over and be added to the pot for the next GAA Miler Meet.

Admissions:

There will be no limit to spectators on the night, however in order to make life easier for our overstretched administration team, we’re asking spectators to please register online in advance of the event.

Cost:

  • Spectators : £3 

  • Scottish Athletics registered coaches : Free


Coaches supporting competing athletes will be able to attend in addition to spectators, but will still be asked to name the athlete(s) they are there to support whilst registering.

Attendees under the age of 16 do not need to register but must be accompanied and supervised by a suitable adult.


All guest attendance (spectators & coaches) has to be registered in advance of the event. 

Online admission registration - live from Tuesday 26th April to midday on Friday 29th January. 

Please apply before the deadline, there will be NO pay on the day option! 

Once registered, please save a copy of your confirmation e-mail as you will need to show this on arrival to gain entry to the event.

For further information please contact:

norriehay@btinternet.com

mark.pollard@gmail.com

***UKA Level 2 event***

*** Event will be run under UKA rules***

 
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RESULTS ARCHIVE

"NIGHT OF THE 10K'S"

Crownpoint
29.04.22

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1,500M & 5,000M

Crownpoint
30.07.21

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800M & 3,000M

Linwood
04.06.21

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SCOTTISH 3K CHAMPIONSHIPS 

Emirates Arena 
03.01.20

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