Nationals articles

Saucony English National Cross Country 2017 News

Firstly, the English Cross Country Association are delighted to announce that entry numbers for this year’s Saucony English National Cross Country Championships are very high, with 2 new records. Total entries received: 8116.  Wollaton 2017 is 5th on the scale of entries since the 10 Championship event was conceived in 2003. This is also a

Pic2Go at the Nationals 2017

Saucony are delighted to be providing you with your Official Race Photos from the 2017 Saucony English National Cross Country Championships for FREE so you can share the achievement with friends and families and keep your memories of your fantastic achievement of this great event. Official photographers from Sussex Sport Photography will be taking photographs

Nationals venue info

Updated information has been posted on the Nationals Venue page. Please note that it contains important information regarding travel disruptions, coach and car parking, and the drop off of club tents.

Nationals Entries – Online Only

Wollaton Park, Nottingham, Saturday 25th February 2017 at 11.00 am Club Representatives please note that entry to the Saucony English National Cross Country Championships at Wollaton Park, Nottingham on Saturday 25th February 2017 will be ONLINE only this time. Over the years paper entries have decreased significantly and every Club now has access to a

Final Awards, 2016 Nationals

The final awards can now be confirmed for this year’s “National”: The women’s overall trophy (Nelson Neal) goes to Aldershot Farnham & District (916 pts). In the men’s events Tonbridge AC win the Persil Trophy (combined U17, JM and SM). Highgate Harriers win the Centenary Trophy (Founder members of ECCU). Morpeth Harriers were the first

T-shirts and Hoodies – Nationals 2016

There are a limited number of t-shirts and sweatshirt/hoodies still available if you ran out of time on Saturday. Please contact our supplier direct – and he will do what he can to fulfil your requirement.

Dogs and Donington Park

Donington Circuit have advised ECCA that because of the nature of their establishment they do not allow dogs on site. Clearly if you have no alternative but to bring a dog, you will need to leave it in your vehicle taking all the precautions dog owners are aware of. The course and infrastructure is all