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Speyside Windfarm Challenge 1 Mile Kids Run

This race is free.

The Kids run takes place along the access road to the Pauls Hill Wind Farm, which forms part of the adult's event. The route is slightly undulating, mainly uphill for the first half and then retraces the same route back to the Start/Finish. The whole route is supervised by marshals, however, parents/guardians are encouraged to accompany the smaller children. All of the children who take part will receive a Medal.

Race dateSunday 2nd September 2018
Starting time11:30am
VenuePauls Hill Windfarm, Knockando, Moray
FacilitiesThe Speyside Windfarm Challenge is an annual event which takes place at the end of the summer. We believe everyone should challenge themselves, no matter what your ability. So we have 3 events to choose from, the 12 Mile, the 10K, and 1 Mile Kids Run. Registration will open at Margach Hall (AB38 7RX) at 10 O'clock. Participants who have pre-registered will need to collect their race numbers from registration before the relevant event(s). But don't worry, if you haven't already registered you can register on the day. It's advised to get to Margach Hall about 30 mins before your event starts to allow time to get processed and get to the start line near Kirdelbeg Farm (AB37 9BS), about 2 miles from the Hall. MARGACH HALL Home bakes and refreshments will be available from midday for participants and supporters. Toilet and changing facilities will be available from 10 O'clock onward. There is off road parking available opposite the Hall. After all the participants have returned from the Hill and received their Medal, we will have a short awards presentation. Awards are given to the fastest Male and Female of each event. There will also be a prize awarded to the runner who has improved the most from the previous year.
PrizesMedal for all competitors, Fastest Male, Fastest Female, Most Improved
OrganiserLiam O'Loughlin
Event websiteVisit website

Race details last updated on Tuesday 8th May 2018 a 8:57am.


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