More Sprinting Fun This Weekend

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9, SPRINT INTO SPRING, CORNISH COLLEGE

After a break for Cup Weekend, your sprinting legs should be nice and fresh so you’ll be ready to fight for jersey points at SIS 5: Cornish College this Saturday!

Cornish is a real fun campus and has all sorts of quirky things – including livestock, bird hides, statues, lakes with islands in the middle and impressive art works. There has also been a fair bit of building activity since the last event there so there are plenty of new challenges in store for you. The course planners are NE members Victoria Greenhan and Greg Palmer. Times are registration opens at 1pm, and the starts are between 1.30pm and 2.45pm. More details on Sprint into Spring, including current jersey points, are available on the series homepage.

SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10, MACEDON RANGES SPRINT SERIES

Running on an updated version of Steve Doyle’s original map, this sprint will be a combination of urban and bush terrain. Long socks are recommended.

  • Parking will be in front of the school and in the property next door at 17 Dixon Rd, Macedon.
  • Registrations from 9.30am will also be at this house under the veranda at the back- just follow the tape. Starts any time between 10am and 11am. Courses close at 12pm.
  • Closest toilets are at the servo on the corner of Blackforest Drive and Blackwood Rd.
  • Courses range from easy to hard navigation with distances of 1.5km-3km
  • $10 adults $5 children (U 21)
  • Map, coaching and loan of electronic timing device included.
  • Families and children welcome! Walk or run, individually or in a group – it’s up to you!

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