Nationals articles

Report – 2022 English National XC

Mahamed Mahamed and Jess Gibbon took the senior crowns as the English National Cross Country Championships made a long awaited return on a mild, sunny day at Parliament Hill yesterday. With last year’s event cancelled due to the pandemic, normal service was resumed in the historic event, held on a muddy course that was typical

Results – Nationals 2022

Finalised Results (pdf) Senior Men Senior Men, 9 to score Senior Men 6 to score Senior Women Junior Women Junior Men Under 17 Women Under 17 Men Under 15 Boys Under 15 Girls Under 13 Girls Under 13 Boys

The Nationals – clothing pre-orders

With the “National” fast approaching our event clothing suppliers are happy to take pre-event orders. They are expecting a big demand and those pre-ordered will be able to just pick up on the day, to save queuing. Hoody’s will retail at £16 and are available in pale blue, grey, pink and sand. Long-sleeved white T

Parking Permits – Parliament Hill

Reminder for Clubs or Teams intending to travel to Parliament Hill for the National Cross Country Championships by Coach or Minibus and wish to obtain a parking permit at the venue. Applications will close on February 18th so there is just over a week left to apply. For route to Parliament Hill instructions plus Parking

XC Equalisation of Distances; Statement from the ECCA and 3 areas

The Cross Country representatives of the Northern, Midland & Southern Areas and the English Cross Country Association held their inaugural meeting, on the 14th January 2021. This is the first of a series of meetings aimed at delivering a unified response on behalf of the sport of cross country through the sport’s major competition providers

The Nationals, and COVID

The ECCA has reluctantly decided that it is not going to be possible to promote the annual English ‘National’ Cross Country Championships at Parliament Hill, London on March 6th 2021 as originally planned. Whilst there may be some degree of relaxation of Covid 19 conditions by then, it is not realistic to start planning and

Post Nationals – Review

This year’s Saucony English National Cross Country Championships goes down as one of the muddiest ever. With lots of athletes loving the conditions, and a seemingly equal number others hating them it certainly had a marmite feel about it! The conditions certainly were a big talking point on social media and all the champions had