The course is undulating - one quarter hard trail, remainder tarmac. I would estimate, in good conditions, a top club runner would win it in 33/34 minutes. Good, well supported road shoes are adequate. There will be a water station half way, with the possibilities of a second, depending on the weather. Slower runners should always consider carrying some hydration! The usual radio and medical back up will also be in place.
Changing, where required is in the main hall with separate male/female toilets. there are further public toilets close by. Registration/presentation and after race refreshments will also be in the main hall.
Entry fees are £10.00 affiliated club. £12.00 unattached. See entry form for more details.
Entries will be accepted on the day up till 13.30pm, at a fee of £1.00 extra. Parking will be signed on entry to the village.
|Race date||Sunday 16th June 2019|
|Venue||Richmond Memorial Hall, Tomintoul, Moray|
|Facilities||Tomintoul is a very scenic village in the Glenlivet Estate, set in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park. The course takes full advantage of the beautiful surroundings, starting and finishing in the village, plus taking in what is known locally as The Country Walk, a popular route through the Glenavon Estate. This is a great area, not only for the event, but to also fit in some good training sessions. Information for the area can be found by Googling; the Glenlivet Estate, or; tgdt.org.uk, or; Tomintoul and Glenlivet|
|Prizes||Trophies & prizes will be awarded to the first three male and first three female finishers. First place trophies will be awarded for Veterans categories; 40+, 50+, and 60+ years. This will be irrespective of whether they finished in the top three overall, it is in recognition of their achievement. However, if they did finish in the top three, they would then only receive the trophy and not a further prize. This would go to the next finishing veteran in the category, who had yet not claimed a prize. Prizes will also be awarded as follows; First male and female under the age of 18 years. The two oldest finishers, male and female. The first two local finishers, male and female. All finishers will receive a commemorative medal NEW! NEW! NEW! First male and First female to break course record will be awarded extra prize. Male record; Gordon Lennox 34:31 Female record; Victoria Needham 39:46 Many thanks must go to our main sponsors, TOMINTOUL DISTILLERY (ANGUS DUNDEE PLC), without whom the event wouldn't take place and the GLENAVON ESTATE on whose land the event is mainly set. Other sponsors who have kindly donated are, THE WHISKEY CASTLE, THE CLOCK HOUSE RESTAURANT, THE POST OFFICE STORES, THE RICHMOND HOTEL, all of TOMINTOUL AND WALKERS SHORTBREAD OF ABERLOUR.|
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Race details last updated on Tuesday 22nd January 2019 a 11:32am.