Google+ Running in Cork, Ireland: Ballycotton Entry forms are out now!!

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Ballycotton Entry forms are out now!!

The entry forms for the 2011 Ballycotton '10' Mile Road Race are out now in PDF format.

Click HERE

As of Thursday night, time has run out for those wishing to get in under the 2,500 limit.

Entries are now open only to those who qualify....

1) Members of AAI registered clubs.......until the 16th of Dec
2) Anyone who did all 4 of the Ballycotton Summer Series in 2010..........until the 16th of Dec
3) Overseas entrants...........until the 10th of January

5 comments:

cathal daly running blog said...

received, filled out, stamped and posted. Phew!!! (now for the hard part - the training ;-)!!!)

Anonymous said...

Nah Cathal, that's the easy part, i had to slip and slide around the icy roads to three different shops to get a form after my internet went down. exhausted...

Anonymous said...

It's 2010 - Why can't they do on-line entry and save all the hassle with stamp, postal order etc?

John Desmond said...

I would guess the main reason for postal entries is that it gives everyone the same chance of entering.

It would be wrong to assume that everyone has Internet access at home or at work.....even in 2010! ;o)

Anonymous said...

I wonder how the weather will impact on entries? like with some towns and villages being brought to a hault yesterday while others were ok? I've everything crossed that I get in this year! how are people managing training with the weather? I'm finding it very difficult because i run on the road ( well footpath actually) but its proving to be very difficult?