20th October 2013 - Llanberis
10am start - 5pm presentation
The 25th UKA British Fell and Hill Relay Championship is to be hosted
by Eryri Harriers.
Eryri Harriers extend a warm welcome to competitors, families and supporters visiting Llanberis for this event.
Mae Rhedwyr Eryri yn estyn croeso cynnes i gystadleuwyr, teuluoedd a chefnogwyr sy'n ymweld a Llanberis ar gyfer yr achlysur.
2013 Results and race report
Final Results - updated at 10:30 31/10/13
Note that the individual leg and split time results only include the runner carrying the dibber on legs 2 & 3.
By class (includes the names of both runners on legs 2 & 3)
By individual leg
Race report by Matt Ward, the event commentator.
Photos courtesey of Holmfirth Harriers and Sportpicturescymru
On or before 31/08/13: £80 per team
On or before 30/09/13: £90 per team
200 TEAM ENTRY LIMIT - entries will close once we reach 200 teams or at midnight on the 30th September, whichever is earlier.
Refund Policy - Since there is now less than one month until the event, we will only issue refunds of 50% for teams notifying us of their cancellation prior to midnight on the 6th October. Any teams cancelling after midnight on 6th October will not be eligible for a refund.
Click here to view current start list.
FINAL DETAILS - Please ensure that all runners read the amended (v3) Final Details.
Online Team Declaration - Please declare your 6 runners per team ASAP using the Fabian4 Amend Entry function. You will need the DoB of all 6 runners. You will be able to make amendments to your declaration online up until 20:00 on Friday 18th October.
Disclaimer / Emergency Contact Details Form - TEAM CAPTAINS - please print and complete the disclaimer form and bring with you to registration.
Registration - This will take place at the Event Centre during 2 sessions: 2-5pm on Saturday 19th October, & 7-9am on the morning of the event. Only 1 member of each team needs to attend registration, but must bring the completed disclaimer form (above).
The event rules are available here. (Updated to v2 on 17/10/13 – cut off rule deleted – we are using mini mass starts as per the final details)
Leg 1 - 7.4k, 350m - single
Leg 2 - 14.3k, 990m - pair
Leg 3 - Navigation leg - map issued at start of leg - pair
Leg 4 - 8.4k, 610m - single
Blue technical event t-shirts are available @ £10. (Made from Neoteric™ textured fabric with inherent wickability. Set in sleeve design. Twin needle stitching detail. Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production (WRAP) certified
The event name will be printed on the front in English & in Welsh, & the Eryri Harriers logo will be on one sleeve. Sizes available: Women's 8, 10, 12 & 14. Men's M, L & XL.
WE HAVE NOW SOLD OUT OF MEN'S M AND LADIES 8, AND ONLY HAVE A FEW OF THE OTHER SIZES REMAINING.
Order process: Entries are now closed, but you can still order a t-shirt by proceeding through the entry steps as normal. When you reach step 2, enter your club name in the Club Name box, order the t-shirts required, enter your Team/Bib No in the special request box (see column 2 on the start list) and proceed to payment (ignoring the warning that you haven’t entered any teams!!).
Access to Llanberis is easy. It’s only about one hour from the M56 which joins the A55, and it’s less than 15 minutes from the A55 itself. Just follow the A55 west along the North Wales coast until you see the white and brown signs marking the Llanberis turn off at Junction 11. From here, turn left onto the A5 and then sharp right onto the A4244.
From the Midlands, travel along the historic A5 from the M54, and from the South, take the scenic A470.
Please try to share a lift with fellow runners or spectators.
The nearest railway station to Llanberis is at Bangor.
There is a frequent bus service between Bangor and Llanberis and also between Caernarfon and Llanberis.
There will be plenty of parking at the event site for a small fee of £2 per vehicle, all day.
This is at the Glyn Rhonwy site, half way between the Gallt Y Glyn pub & the turning to the main high street. The turning off the A4086 will be marked with a high-viz yellow sign. See map
Accommodation/places to visit
On the evening of October 19th, Moel Siabod Café is delighted to host ‘Into the Fire’, an exhilarating Climbing presentation by Nick Bullock, which promises to be a little lively to say the least! For more details just click on the link
For information about the most interesting places to visit and the best accommodation, please visit the following websites: