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ECCA decides on National Cross Country Championship Distances for Senior Men and Women for 2019

At recent English Cross Country Association meetings of the championship and general committees, the subject of equi-distance championship races was discussed following overtures to the ECCA from a number of women runners. The ECCA conducted a survey at the National Cross Country Championships and this and other surveys carried out by other organisations and those

Survey on Distances for Senior Championship Races

The Survey took place at the English National Cross Championships held at Parliament Hill on the 24th February 2018 with 244 taking part Number of participants giving a name 84.8% Number of participants not giving a name 15.2% Number of participants that were female 59.0% Number of participants that were male 41.0%   Number of

Record Numbers Compete at the Home of Cross Country Running

On a bright, sunny but very cold afternoon cross country runners turned out in droves to compete in the Saucony English National Cross Country Championships at Parliament Hill Fields which many consider as the home of the sport. Overall the numbers finishing totalled 6444 up 1156 on the 2015 record, a fantastic 21% growth. Once

Nationals Coach and Minibus parking now FULL

Parking for Coaches and Minibuses at the East Heath Car Park, Hampstead for the National Cross Country Championships is now full. A total of 85 Permits have now been issued and only those vehicles with a permit will be allowed in, anyone without one will be turned away.

Entries closing for the ECCA XC Champs – this Friday!

Entries to the Saucony English National Cross Country Championships close this Friday, 12th January 2018 For the Prospectus click on Nationals and Entry Procedure. Enquiries to: J.G.R.Mower, 188 Hadleigh Road, Ipswich IP2 0DH. Tel.(01473) 216289 LATE ENTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Entry Fees – ALL ENTRANTS £8 each. The Link to Online Entries is –

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