The results from the Bassingbourn race today have been posted on the website. Thanks to Bassingbourn folks for organising the race and Brentwood slope for hosting. It was another great day and thanks for all the support.
This year the British Outdoor Champs will be held at Norfolk and is being organised and run by members of the region and Norfolk club. To enter this race you need to be registered with your home nation, U14 and above and enter online at the British website.
The results for the Tallington race have been posted online. Thanks to Tallington for hosting the event, Team Evolution and Ski Bartlett for supporting the day. Also thanks to all those who were helping run the race and the racers to taking part.
The results for the Hemel ERSA held today have been posted online. Thanks to Hemel for hosting the race today and everyone helping the smooth running of the race. Also thanks to the racers for getting up so early on the best day of the year and making it an brilliant race.
Finally thanks to the region sponsors Team Evolution for their support today.
The Hemel race is still open but online entry will be closed at midday on Thursday 4th July. If there is space left and any additional entries after that time they will be accepted, no late entry fee, but the entrant will have to go down last on both runs.
The final round in the ERSA GS event took place at Hemel Club National on Sunday 23rd June. This was the end of the five races in the regional club nationals which started at Welwyn moving onto Milton Keynes the following day. The third round took place at Norfolk and on the same weekend at Ipswich on the Sunday.
Overall Results are
1. Lucy Deller
2. Ellen Hathway
3. Eleanore Trew
4. Nicole Shering
5. Jenny Davies & Cameron Manson
Ed Drake is looking to hold a Masters session at Hemel Snow Centre on Sunday 30th June from 10-3. It will cost £25 per person. Numbers are limited and Ed needs to know quickly if interested please email him email@example.com.
Just a quick note about how to find information about Club National run around the region and country, ERSA Website publishes dates in its Calendar to support regional club but has no control over entry. The main site to find information is http://www.britski.org this site shows dates for all races this season and has links to each race.
Club Nationals are formally run events with strict protocol and paperwork to ensure uniformity throughout the country.
The results from both the club nationals at the weekend have been posted online. Thanks to all parents and racers for attending and making them both such good days as well as the organisers and helpers at both days.