Team Bath Athletic Club

COTSWOLD WAY RELAY

Saturday 25th June 2011

 

103 miles, 10 Stages, Off-road through the Cotswolds

 

Chipping Campden to Bath Abbey

RESULTS

CWR ENTRY FORM

TEAM DECLARATION

PRIZE INFORMATION & T-SHIRTS

 

Awarding

Stage winners will receive their prizes as they finish.

 

Team prizes will all be awarded in the Bath Rugby Club once input and verification of results has been completed.  We hope that as many of you as possible will make it to the finish of Stage 10 to welcome the end of the race, and to the Rugby Club bar afterwards for our teamly celebration.

 

Kings and Queens of the Cotswolds

This prize is awarded to those who have competed in all 10 stages of the Cotswold Way Relay in differing years. Our first winner was one of our most long term event supporters:

 

Winners so far

Normal Club / Team

Total Time

Year of Completion

Terry King

Roly Polys

17:06:54

2004

John Griffiths

Roly Polys

15:13:31

2005

Paul Chadwick

Wells City Harriers

14:05:40

2006*

Dermot Mullen

Stroud & District

15:11:20

2007

Derek Rugman

Thornbury

15:41:02

2007

Bill Savage

Chepstow Harriers

13:43:57

2007

Dave Andrews

Thornbury

17:47:32

2008

Tim Thorne

Thornbury

14:26:06

2008

Peter Foster

BOK

15:08:00

2009

Antony Clark

TACH

16:20:04

2010

Dick Finch

Chepstow

14:44:58

2010

Jason Pitchers

Nailsea / TACH

14:05:23

2010

Jeremy Coward

Chippenham

12:50:36

2011

Tom Smith

Chippenham

12:48:52

2011

Liz Green

Wells

16:14:06

2011

 

*Paul Chadwick was the first to complete the course in sequential stages, starting with Stage 1, through to his grand stylish finish with Stage 10.

 

Liz Green is the first Queen of the Cotswolds.

 

When Terry King completed in 2004, he had used the old route for Stage 9 in year 2000 down the Monarch Way. He was good enough to go back and run the new Stage 9 in 2005!

 

Getting Close….

Normal Club / Team

Time So Far

Stages to run

Last Ran

Simon Barnes

Stroud

10:53:38

6, 9

2011

Howard Bevan

Team Bath AC

10:37:07

1, 2

2002

Will Brain

Roly Polys

12:53:46

1, 6

2006

Mark Clayton

Chippenham

12:13:54

7

2011

Craig Davey

Bath

09:48:22

4, 5

2010

Mike Davis

Stroud & District

09:09:39

5, 7

2008

Paul Dodd

Chippenham

09:31:16

3, 10

2010

Rich Gilbert

Almost Athletes

14:07:08

10

2011

Ian Giles

Cheltenham

11:49:36

4

2011

John Grimsey

Thornbury

15:11:26

2

2011

Graeme Hawkins

Dursley

10:49:10

3, 4

2011

Terry Hefferman

Stroud

13:26:21

3, 5

2009

Terry Hoggart

U/A

13:08:20

3, 8

2010

Malcolm King

U/A

11:58:01

2, 8

2011

Terry Kingham

Wells

13:00:44

10

2009

Justin Littlechild

Hogweed

10:40:27

7, 9

2010

Andy McCoy

Cheltenham

10:37:13

3, 7

2007

Helen Rutter

Wells

12:10:12

9, 10

2010

Richard Schofield

Chippenham

10:33:46

3, 9

2011

Phil Warry

BOK

15:52:19

5

2011

Terry Kingham

Wells

13:00:44

10

2009

 

 

 

Team Prizes

As usual, team prizes will be awarded to the winning team in each category. So, its

Senior Men

Ladies

Male Vets

Mixed (remember – 3 ladies required (non-runners may be considered ladies))

The choice of prize is at the discretion of the organisers.

 

Stage Prizes

The prizes are awarded to strongly reflect the proportions of runners entering. Stage Prizes are likely to be awarded to the following positions:

1st  Male

2nd Male

1st Lady

2nd Lady (provided Ladies entry is large enough to warrant)

This is simply as we have twice as many males running as females.

 

The choice of prize is at the discretion of the organisers.

 

Stage and Race Records

We have a full record of these over the years, however the course does vary as route improvements are introduced. Generally, if the stage is made longer by modifications, former records do not stand unless there is only a small difference in distance and a large difference in record time. If the stage becomes shorter, former records will stand.

 

Full race records will stand regardless of modifications, as the overall length is probably about the same over the years, and the time differences between standings is normally quite large.

 

T-Shirts

Are available for all participants. This year we feature the Tyndale Monument, North Nibley, which you pass in Stage 7 (the one with the steps up through the wood). Click HERE for a preview of the design. The t-shirt is red this year.

 

The t-shirts are part of a rolling collection documenting differing features of the course over the years. Since 2003, this has covered:

2003                 Broadway Tower (Stage 1)

2004                 Mileage Stone, Chipping Campden (Stage 1)

2005                 The Market Hall, Chipping Campden (Stage 1)

2006                 Bath Abbey (Stage 10)

2007                 Mileage Stone, Jenkins Farm (Stage 5)

2008                 The Market House, Dursley (Stage 6)

2009                 Somerset Monument, Hawkesbury Upton (Stage 8)

2010                 Dyrham House (Stage 9)

2011                 Tyndale Monument (Stage 7)

 

STAGES & ROUTES

RULES SCHEDULE AND PARKING INFORMATION

WATER STATIONS

NEWS & ENTRY STATUS

PRIZE INFORMATION & T-SHIRTS

RESULTS FOR EVERY YEAR SO FAR

Race Organiser:

Luke Sturgess-Durden Race Entries