Steyning AC

Supporting Sport in the Community

2013 Roundhill Romp

September 7, 2009

BROOKS ROUND HILL ROMP & MINI ROMP

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ORGANISED BY STEYNING ATHLETIC CLUB – MEMBERS OF THE WEST SUSSEX FUN RUN LEAGUE

DOC Romp Entry Form 2013

PDF Romp Entry Form 2013

Wednesday 3rd July 2013

Romp – 7.30pm 6 mile – click for course map
Mini Romp – 7.40pm 1 mile (round the Memorial playing field)

AGE LIMIT

Entries for the Round Hill Romp are restricted to those AGED 16 OR OVER on the day of the race.

MINI ROMP

A Mini Romp will be held for younger runners (aged 7 and over).

Approximate distance 1mile starting and finishing in the Memorial Field. Race start at 7.40pm

ENTRY FEES

Members of Clubs in the West Sussex Fun Run League £2.00

Others £3.00

Mini Romp 50p

ENTRIES STILL AVAILABLE ON THE DAY AT THE CLUBHOUSE

ENTRIES WILL BE LIMITED TO 500.

Entries on the night will only be permitted if numbers have not already been allocated. Late entry fee £5 for the Romp and £1 for Mini

Romp. Late entry closes at 7.00pm.

FACILITIES

Refreshments, BBQ and licensed bar at the finish. Changing and showers at the Athletic Club in Charlton Street.

RESULTS

Roundhill Romp 2010 provisional results

Roundhill romp 2011 provisional results

Mini Romp 2011 provisional results

Round Hill Romp Junior Results 2012

Round Hill Romp Senior Results 2012

2013 Romp Provisional Results

COMPETITOR NOTES

Please arrive promptly for the race to begin on time at 7.30pm on July 3rd.
Medals will be available to all finishers if requested.

Marshals are stationed at critical points around the course. They are there to ensure your safety and that you do not get lost. Please follow their instructions at all times.

If you become ill or injured during the event, there are first aiders as well as the marshals around the course, all of whom are in contact with event control. Either stop at one of these points yourself or ask another competitor to request assistance for you. Please remember to give good instructions of where you are and what the problem is.

There are a number of things to watch out for around the course:

Mouse Lane, which you enter near the beginning of the race, is very narrow with high banks on either side. It is prone to having surface water flowing down it from the hills even in dry weather. There are also a number of houses along the lane that occasionally generate traffic during the race. Please remember that vehicles have the right of way – not you!

The other tracks and paths of the course are either rutted, muddy and pot holed dirt, slippery chalky paths or flint tracks. The paths are very uneven and often have exposed tree roots going across them. Occasionally fallen trees will partially block the paths. Every effort will be made to cut these back or have them removed but this may not always be possible and runners may be required to climb over, duck under or go around these obstacles.

Please also be prepared to stand aside if faster runners need to overtake on narrower parts of the course.

There are a number of gates and fences around the course that we arrange to be opened on the night but there are also a number of gates and posts that cannot be removed so please take care.

The course has some very steep up and down slopes that can be VERY SLIPPERY. There are gates, tree roots, pot holes and slippery paths on the slopes. Please take care and avoid going too fast on the downward slope towards the end of the race.

Car Parks are available at Tanyard Lane and Fletchers Croft. Please do not try to park at the finishing field as parking is severely limited and will be needed for race officials and First Aid.

Finally please – NO DOGS.

Steyning Athletic Club wants everyone to have an enjoyable race.

We also want this to be an accident free event.

TAKE CARE AND HAVE FUN!!!

Risk Assessment

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