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NATIONALS UPDATE 2: WEATHER AND PARKING

Please note this update from Nottingham City Council: Due to the effects of both Storm Ciara and Storm Dennis the ground at Wollaton Park is saturated. Whilst this may make for exciting cross country conditions, it obviously isn’t ideal for car and coach parking. As a result the Council have had to put contingency plans

NATIONALS UPDATE: WEATHER

We have been in discussions with Nottingham City Council and following the meeting we can update you as follows: “In the event of adverse weather and high winds (40mph +) alternative car parking arrangements will be in force. We strongly advise all visitors to arrive early in time for their race and to be prepared

Belgium Cross Cup at Rotzerlaar, Feb ’20

A large party of over 50 athletes, team managers and supporters travelled to Belgium for the Cross Cup event. Doubts about whether the event could go on with Storm Ciara following them across the Channel were there right up to the off. However all went on and the athletes gained experience and in some cases

Team Selection – Rotzerlaar 9th Feb

The England teams that will travel to Rotzerlaar for a Belgium Cross Cup event on the 9th February are : Senior Men‘s Team Manager Eamonn Martin has selected: Ellis Cross – Aldershot, Farnham & Dist AC Jonathan Escalante-Phillips – Cambridge & Coleridge AC Adam Hickey – Southend AC Zac Mahamed – Southampton AC Jack Millar

Historical National Cross Country Championship website

The English Cross Country Association would like to let know fans of Cross Country running know of a web site which charts the history of the Senior Men’s National Cross Country Championships since the Senior Men’s race was first staged in 1876. The website, www.national.crosscountrychampionship.uk is being put together by Tony Barbat of Wallasey AC

Race Report – Seville, Jan ’19

The ECCA athletes running for England produced some excellent runs in the top class Italica International Cross Country in Seville. The first race in which England athletes were in action was the young U20 women’s team and they ran superbly with Georgia Hays winning in 18.06 ahead of 2 Spanish athletes , then came Holly

Team Selection – Seville, Jan ’20

The ECCA continues its programme of giving athletes the opportunity of running in top class European Cross Country events with a trip to Seville this Sunday coming. This is one of the highlight events of the International calendar and attracts athletes from from far and wide. The Team managers using there experience have selected the

Elgoibar International, Jan ’20

In glorious Winter Sunshine, the ECCA fielded runners at the annual Elgoibar, Cross Country event in Northern Spain, having also sent Teams to Stirling for the Home Countries International on the same weekend. The 3 Senior Women, 2 Under 20 Women and 1 Senior Man representing England acquitted themselves well in top class fields. In

HCI International – Scotland ’20

On a very wet day the Home Countries International took place at Stirling with the Celtic Nations Cup and the UKA Cross Challenge races incorporated. Scottish Athletics put on a good event despite the rain and wind and the course soon cutup but the competition was intense throughout the day. The U20 races were early

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