SEAC Bridges Relay
20 Jun 18
SEAC Bridges Relay
Please note that you can enter on Entry Central but that your team declarations are handled on the Stock Exchange AC website; stockexchangeac.org.
The race is a road relay of 2.3mile legs in central London starting and finishing on the Albert Embankment opposite the Houses of Parliament by St Thomas' Hospital. There are two types of teams; 1) Open teams of four runners which can be all male or mixed and 2) Ladies teams of three runners all female. It is a team event and not for individual runners. The London Business Houses is pre-WW2 institution promoting sport at work. As such companies, educational, medical, public service and similar institutions based in London will be deemed eligible. Ordinary running clubs are welcome to enter and we divide the results into LBH members and non members. There are medals for LBH team winners and prizes for LBH and non-LBH winners.
The event is a "come changed" race with no baggage or changing facilities and is started by the peal of Big Ben at 7:30pm .
To ensure competitiors' safety the wearing of headphones is not allowed. Runners who fail to comply will not be recorded in the results. The course is not closed to the public who have equal rights of way. Competitors are asked to be mindful of this.
Team managers need to declare runners to the organisers prior to the event but substitutions and running order changes on the night are permitted provided they are communicated in a timely and orderly fashion to the race director.
More details of the course will be provided to entrants but the course follows the standard Bridges Time Trial route. This does not require a runner to leave the pavement to run on or cross a road at any point.
We regret that we are not able to offer refunds for this event.
If you have any questions about the race please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
For each sign-up, the organiser pays the Service Fee of 4% (min 50p). You pay no surcharge
Dates and Status
Total Places: 80
Places Available: ??