Victory AC Members at Annual Charity Relay

Victory Athletic Club - Hayling Charity Relay

Hayling Island Charity Relay : Sunday 20th August 2017
Having Fun and Raising Money for the RNLI

Victory AC around Hayling Handicap Hayling Relay, in a Clockwise direction.

1. The Venue this year is St Peter’s Church Hall, St Peters Road, Hayling Island
John G. Tel: 023-92468076

2. Date 20th August 2017.

3. Time Assemble 9.00
Start 10.00 prompt.
(due to the number of teams we are staggering the starts as follows 10.00 - 10.10 - 10.20 - 10.30 - 10.40).
This does not mean you can be late as there will be only one briefing at 9.30!

4. Organisers and Adjudicator, John Gallagher. With help from anyone else too crocked to run!

5. Cost to run:
Each team member will cost £10 (£40 per team) this covers the hire of the hall and a donation to our local charity The RNLI on Hayling Island. Last year we collected £500.
So far your efforts over 13 years amount to a total of £4788.

6. Parking at the Church Hall car park. DO NOT LEAVE ANY RUBBISH IN THE CAR PARK OR GARDEN PLEASES!

7. If you have any garden chairs bring them along for your party.

8. Rules of Engagement

a. Handicap based on individual best Long/Short H/C times, or 10k (Factored), or 10m (Factored). Fastest person entered will be zero handicap, others plus from them. Team handicap all Four member’s handicap times added together the fastest team zero handicap, Others plus from them.

b. Teams will be staggered at the start from the field behind the church hall going this year, clockwise.

c. The runners must follow the course given, staying on the paths and not attempting to short cut across farmer’s field’s etc. bearing in mind safety at all times.

d. The course is approximately 26.23miles long with 12 legs from 1.6 to 2.9 miles each in length.

e. The hand over on leg 10/11 must be through marshals on both sides of the road.
Failure to do so WILL DISQUALIFY THE TEAM.
This is a busy road and we don’t want any accidents!!

f. Each team must have two different runners running the two legs of the ‘off island legs’

9. The Hayling Clockwise Course.

LEG 1    2.4 miles
LEG 2    1.6 miles
LEG 3    2.2 miles
LEG 4    2.6 miles
LEG 5    2.2 miles
LEG 6    2.7 miles
LEG 7    1.7 miles
LEG 8    2.9 miles
LEG 9    2.3 miles ¦ each team must have a different runner,
LEG 10    1.9 miles ¦ running these two legs off of Hayling Island.
LEG 11    1.75 miles
LEG 12    1.98 miles

Total 26.23 miles approximately

10. Prize Giving.
These will be given to the winning three teams on handicap. Spot prizes may be awarded for outstanding achievements or any other reason the organiser’s think worthy!!

11. Reprise
Showers will be not be available, there are toilets and wash basins.
All proceeds to go to the RNLI. Many thanks to them and there support.

12. Refreshments BBQ’s will be available, bring your own food to cook.
Bring your own Bottle of wine.

13. Participants
PLEASE HELP US TO MAKE THIS AN ENJOYABLE DAY BY GIVING JOHN NUMBERS OF ADDITIONAL BODIES ATTENDING PRIOR TO THE DAY. THANK YOU.

Safety on the Day
i. This race is not an affiliated race therefore you run it at your own risk.

ii. The course is over the footpaths and bridleways of Hayling and as such they are used by many other people, so please be considerate to them. Bicycles use Hayling pavements and the Promenade as a right.

iii. There has been rain over the last few weeks so please take care as the paths, as well as being uneven, may be slippery.

iv. Take care when crossing any minor roads.

v. On a number of the legs, you will run along roads without pavements, PLEASE TAKE EXTRA CARE!

vi. Leg 10 be careful crossing the road at the roundabout at Southmoor Road going east. Also be careful crossing at the entrance road to Xyratex and on to the path at the side of Xyratex.

vii. At the end of leg 10 and the beginning of leg 11 arrangements will be made for the incoming runner to stop on the West side of the main road by the Texaco exit - whilst the outgoing runner will be given another baton on the East side of the main road going South along the Havant Road.

ix. Leg 6 Remember this is a busy weekend and the car park at the ferry boat, runners watch out when running in the area, cars don’t take prisoners!! Also the exit/entrance can be a blind bend to cars coming in/out.

x. Leg 4 on this leg, you WILL NOT be running passed Fishery Creek Caravan Park via the footpath from St Hermans Road but up the entrance road. (It is a Public Right of Way). Lakeside Holiday Village has been informed but be prepared for people who do not understand that runners move fast and they don’t move at all.

x. Leg 3 Passes in front of the Co-op it will be busy also watch out people emerging from the front entrance, also for cars coming out of their car park at the rear as you pass this exit and then entrance.

xi. Leg 1 When coming on to Copse lane from Northwood Farm Lane stay on the left side until you have full view both ways please take extra care crossing the road on to the south side and running to the Woodgaston Road.

xi. PLEASE HAVE A GREAT DAY AND ENJOY THE RUN WITH THE THOUGHT THAT YOUR CONTRIBUTION MAY SAVE A LIFE WHICH COULD BE YOUR OWN.

Your entry fee is going towards the RLNI.

Teams

3
332 Dee Sims
333 Bridget Main
334 Clariece Warrior
335 Dave Lown Capt

6
344 Hazel Jenkinson
345 Lucy Cowlin
346 Beth Pirie Capt
347 Belinda Harding

9
356 Marilyn Crocker Capt
357 Colin Moon
358 Colin O’Donnell
359 Colin Robson

2
328 Alan Mulry
329 Mark Morrison
330 Helen Boiling Capt
331 Terry Healy

5
340 Paul Smart
341 Chris Turner Capt
342 Roger Brummell
343 Bernie Cammell

8
352 Mary Short Capt
353 Lesley Allen
354 Linda Pukinska
355 Simon Turner

1
324 Tracy Long
325 Raman Sangha
326 Graham Foden Capt
327 Chris Riddington

4
336 Mandy Coles
337 Paul Willcox
338 Gary Heather Capt
339 Kevin Giles

7
348 Sue Gover
349 Amber Ankinson
350 Kate Parks
351 Martin Coles Capt

Relay Leg Descriptions and Maps

This year the course will be clockwise

Click on map to open a larger image of map showing leg route and description link will open pdf in a new window

Leg Three: 2.2 miles
Mill Rythe School to Junction of Salterns Lane/Selsmore Avenue


Leg Three Map



Leg 3 Description



Leg Six: 2.7 miles
Eastoke Car Park to Ferry Boat Car Park



Leg Six Map


Leg 6 Description


Leg Nine: 2.3 miles
Langstone Bridge to Harts Farm Way

Leg Nine Map

Leg 9 Description



Leg Twelve: 1.98 miles
Car Park Field near St Peter's Churchyard to Finish at field near St Peter’s Churchyard
Leg Twelve Map

Leg 12 Description

Leg Two: 1.6 miles
Woodgaston Lane to Mill Rythe School


Leg Two Map


Leg 2 Description



Leg Five: 2.2 miles
Junction of Bosmere Road and Sandy Point Road to Eastoke Car Park

Leg Five Map

Leg 5 Description


Leg Eight: 2.9 miles
Hayling Billy Trail to Langstone Bridge

Leg Eight Map
Leg 8 Description


Leg Eleven: 1.75 miles
Texaco Petrol Station to Car Park Field near St Peter's Churchyard
Leg Eleven Map

Leg 11 Description

Leg One: 2.4 miles
Field near St Peter’s Churchyard to Woodgaston Lane
Leg One Map
Leg 1 Description


Leg Four: 2.5 miles
Junction of Salterns Lane/Selsmore Avenue to Junction of Bosmere Road/Sandy Point Road
Leg Four Map

Leg 4 Description


Leg Seven: 1.7 miles
Ferry Boat Car Park to Hayling Billy Trail



Leg Seven Map



Leg 7 Description





Leg Ten: 1.9 miles
Harts Farm Way to Langstone Bridge
Leg Ten Map

Leg 10 Description

Relay Leg Drivers Maps

Chris Turner has kindly created these maps with instructions for drivers.

Leg 1

Leg 2

Leg 3

Leg 4

Leg 5

Leg 6

Leg 7

Leg 8, 10 and 11

Leg 9

Driving instruction Leg 8, 10 and 11.pdf

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