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Bedfordshire AAA is promoting a 10K road race this year


NOTE it is NOT the County championship race this year, that is at Flitwick, but will be in future years.


The results of the Bedfordshire 10K are here Beds AAA 10k - results.xls


The 2017 Beds County Championship races are as follows below:


20 Mile - Oakley - was held on 2nd April.

Results are here Beds AAA county results Oakley 20 2017.xlsx

10km -  Flitwick - was held on 9th April

Final results are here  Beds AAA Flitwick 10K County Champs Results.xls

5 Mile - John O'Callaghan - Luton -  was held on 25th June

Final results are here Beds AAA 2017 John OCallaghan 5 mile county results.xlsx

5km - Doug Anderson - Bedford was held on  26th July

Final results are here Beds AAA DA5K 2017 county results.xls

10 Mile - Leighton Buzzard - was held on 17th September.

Results are here Beds AAA Leighton Buzzard 10 mile results 2017.xlsx

Half Marathon - Wootton - was held on 3rd December

Results for first three in each age category are here Beds AAA Wootton Half Marathon 2017 County results.xlsx

Results for all entrants are here Beds AAA Wootton Half Marathon 2017 County Champs results all entrants.xls

Wootton Half Marathon Web-Site here

Marathon - No Championships in 2017


County Awards criteria

1. A Gold medal will be awarded to first place in any category. Nobody will receive more than one gold medal (see clarification below)

2. No medals will be given for second or third place BUT certificates will be awarded for the first three places (including first) in each category. Medals will usually be awarded on the day. Certificates will follow later.

3. Categories are as follows:  the overall race position, juniors (U20) and vets in 5 year age groups. Females start at V35, males at V40.

4. As mentioned above nobody will get two medals. So should for example a FV60 be the overall fastest vet, they will only get the V60 medal and NOT V35, V40, V45, V50, V55 medals as well.

    Note the above is not an exaggerated example but has actually happened (Luton 5 Mile 2017 most recently but other occasions as well) !

5. Criterion 4 also applies if a vet wins the overall race. I.e. they will get the medal for the overall race and not for their vet category which will go to the next fastest vet.

6. A further clarification to criterion 5 however is that if a vet gets an overall second or third place, they WILL get an overall certificate AND a Gold medal for their vet category assuming they have won it.

For previous years' details select Archives on Left Hand Menu

Last Modified 8/12/2017 20.26