Merseyside County Athletic Association

Road Running

Merseyside Road Running Secretary Bob Brimage

Road Running Grand Prix Co-ordinator Tim Warn

 

2016 3- and 4-stage Road Relays, Delamere Forest, 10th September 2016
Congratulations to our winning teams from the Autumn road relays, held as part of the NW Road Relays.

Age Group Winning Team Fastest Leg
Snr Men Liverpool H John Ashcroft, Liverpool H
Snr Women Liverpool H Kirsty Longley, Liverpool P & S
U17M Wirral AC Joe Wigfield, Wirral AC
U17W Liverpool H Faye Ireland, Liverpool H
U15B Wirral AC Jacob Quarmby, Wirral AC
U15G Liverpool H Emma Gordon, Liverpool H
U13B Liverpool H Joseph Fountain, Wirral AC
U13G Wirral AC Faye O’Hare, Liverpool H
U11B
U11G Wirral AC Macy Hillier, Wirral AC

Full Merseyside Results

Road Running News

BA awards for Bob and Anne Brimage

Anne and Bob Brimage of Wallasea AC have jointly been awarded the British Athletics Off Track Endurance Officials Officials of the Year award.  Congratulations to both.  

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Posted on 17th April 2018 in Cross Country, Officials, Road Running |

GP2018

Races for the 2018 Road Grand Prix are now on the GP page

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Posted on 2nd January 2018 in Latest News, Road Running, Road Running Grand Prix |

2017 Grand Prix Awards

The presentation of Road Grand Prix awards will again take place after the November Halewood 5k (on 4 November). Race starts at 10.00am and presentation will take place at about 10.45am. Could clubs ensure award winners are aware of these arrangements and confirm they will be able to attend the presentation. Grateful if 5K runners […]

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Posted on 18th September 2017 in Latest News, Road Running, Road Running Grand Prix |

 

Race Licences

Race organisers should obtain a licence for their event. Applications are made to Run Britain and full details are on the Run Britain web site. Details of the procedure for race organisers to obtain a licence for their event can be found on the Run Britain website.

 

Road Relays

County road relays are now held in conjunction with neighbouring counties of Lancashire, Cheshire and Greater Manchester with responsibility for organising a venue moving between the four counties. The combined North West Road Relays provide for better competition but counties award their own individual and county team medals in addition to event medals.