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Home Countries International Team Results

The Home Countries International held as part of the UK Cross Challenge Races on the new Course devised by Eamonn Martin at Parliament Hill helped spectators recognise the athletes in their representative vests. This created a good atmosphere with supporters shouting on the athletes representing either England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales or the England Areas. Eastern

English Nationals Entries closing 26th Jan!

Entries for one of the top events of the Winter, the Saucony English National Cross Country Championships closes on Friday 26th January. The 10 race event is being held this year at Weston Park, near Telford in the Midlands. This is the first time the event has been held there and races will be staged

London International Cross Country Team Selection

London International Cross Country Saturday 20th January 2024, Parliament Hill, London The Inaugural London International Cross Country, part of the UK Cross Challenge series takes place at Parliament Hill, London and incorporates the Home Countries International and area match. It also includes the World Cross Country selection for the 1st senior man and woman, and selection for

English National Cross Country Venue 2024

The venue for this season’s English National Cross Country Championships returns to the Midland’s and another new one has been chosen with the event taking place this time at Weston Park, near Telford along the A5 to Cannock. With the entrance via Shrewsbury Gate on that road and is scheduled for Saturday 24th February. The

Senior Men Race Report – Seville, December 2023

The latest racing of the ‘Cross Italica’ took place in Seville, Spain on November 12th 2023. England Cross Country teams regularly frequent this event and this year it was deemed ideally placed in the calendar at 2 weeks prior to the UK European Cross Country Trial at Liverpool. In the men’s race Ellis Cross, Jacob

Relays 2023 – A Super Season Opener

In what proved a true cross country test thanks to the mud and persistent rain, it was Cambridge and Coleridge along with Belgrave Harriers who emerged victorious in the men’s and women’s races at the National Cross Country Relays in Berry Hill Park, Mansfield. With more than 200 teams toeing the line in the men’s