Running Championships 2013
See Fixtures page for dates ***
HERE for 2013 trophy points
table after second race
HERE for 2013 medal table
after second race
Berkshire County Championship races are
incorporated into scheduled road races staged in or as near as practicable
to the county.
It is the
responsibility of runners to ensure that for each race, they are properly entered into
both the hosting race AND the
Berkshire Championships prior to the scheduled race date.
you have entered the race AND received your race number from the race
organisers, EMAIL Berkshire Athletics quoting:
(see note above)
Club (if applicable)
Date of Birth
for eligibility e.g. birth / residence (see
to email HALF-MARATHON championship entry
HERE to email 10 Mile race championship entry
HERE to email 10k race race championship entry
to email MARATHON championship entry
email entries received will be acknowledged within one week
of receipt. If your email is not acknowledged, please contact the County
1. Who is eligible to run in the Berkshire AA Championships?
2. How much does it cost?
3. What are the prizes?
4. How is the trophy series scored?
5. How do I enter the championships?
6. How will you use my details?
7. How are medals allocated & Distributed?
8. How can I help at a Championship Event?
9. What happens if I change category during the season?
Still got an unanswered question? Click:
to email your question
As per UKA rule 9 - in summary:
a) Any individual born in Berkshire OR with 9 months continuous bona fide
residence in Berkshire prior to the date of the race (includes HM Forces
stationed in Berkshire) AND
b) who has not competed for any other county, or in any other county
championships during the competition year.
Published race entry fees apply, there is no extra fee
required to enter the Berkshire
Berkshire County AA medals are awarded to the first 3
Championship finishers in each age category: male - under 40, 40-49, 50-59,
60+ and female - under 35, 35-44, 45-54, 55+.
NOTE: These age
groups apply to the Berkshire Championships for all races, irrespective of
those used by the race organisers for overall race categorisation.
The top 10 runners in each category of each championship
race score ten through to one point respectively towards the series trophy.
At the end of the season, the
highest scoring runner in each category will receive a trophy. In the event of a draw, head-to-head results will be taken
See the fixtures page for dates
and 'Entering Berkshire
Championship Road Races' (above) for information on registering entries.
6. Communication & Use of
All communication will be by email. Your email address will be used as a
means to contact you after race day if you have won a medal, and / or
following the last race of the year if you have won a trophy. Your
data will not be sold to other parties or used for any form of marketing.
Results & Medals Tables will be made available from
this page as soon as possible after each race. However it may take some time
to acquire and process race results, so please be patient.
For the 10k and 10
mile races only and dependent on results availability, it may be possible to
present Berkshire Championship medals at the post-race presentation.
Medals not presented
at these times will be forwarded to club representatives for presentation.
Helping at a Championship Event:
All events typically welcome assistance with
marshalling. Contact the race organisers via their race website (links will
the fixtures page).
For trophy points accumulation purposes only, all athletes
will retain the age
category as at the date of the first race entered within the
series, for the duration of the series.
Results & Trophy Tables:
These are available via the
Trophy Table 2012
Trophy Table 2011
Trophy Table 2010
Trophy Table 2009
Race Placings 2011
Race Placings 2011
Race Placings 2010
Race Placings 2009
Race Placings 2008
Race Placings 2007
Race Placings 2006
Race Placings 2005
Race Placings 2004