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Lakewood, OH US 44107
Runners of all ages and ability levels, please join us for a series of four fun, competitive cross country races to help promote cross country for all levels of runners, especially at the junior high, high school, and college level. The four race series will run on Wednesday nights and include these great venues; Edgewater Park, Mastick, Lorain Tri-C, and Carlisle Reservation Equestrian Center . Get off the road and come out and test yourself in the grass, hills, and mud.
Race #1: July 1st at Edge Water Park (course map)
Race #2: July 15th at Mastick Picnic Area (course map)
Race #3: July 29th at L.C.C.C. (course map)
Race #4: August 5th at Carlisle Reservation Equestrian Center (course map)
Results will be available after each race!
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Each race will have ten year age groups for awards and awards will also go to the top three men and women at the end of the series based on points earned throughout the series. The top three men and women open division, master division, and grand master division.
For teams, the top four runners on each team score and a 5th runner is a displacer. If there is a tie, the 5th runner breaks the tie. In addition, there are both open and masters scoring. To be on a masters team specify “MASTERS” after your team name such as “NAC MASTERS.” Open and masters teams are scored independently (e.g., a open runner doesn’t displace a master runner’s score). Team standings will be tallied over the full race series, with a series ranking based on lowest score calculated for teams participating in all of the races.
In addition to calculating team standings for the entire series, individual standings for the entire series will be calculated similar to a scoring system used in the Bay Area. Individuals competing in each race will receive a score based on a top-down system from 100 to 1 (eg, 1st place gets 100 points, 2nd place gets 99 points, etc.) based on how they place in each race. Men and women will be scored separately, and those 2 groups will be broken into open and masters. This scoring system will allow individual participants to see how they stack up against their peers over the entire series.