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Trig Points Race Report

Local newspaper report

The 33rd race was pretty eventful and there is a fuller description elsewhere.

An organisers plea to all of you…..

The 33rd Cannock Chase Trig Point race was pretty stressful from an organisers point of view.

The race uses SI timing as well as old school number taking at each check point and a sweeper runner. Check point marshals contact the next one to report numbers passing and race numbers of the tail-ender runners. This means that generally any “missing” or “lost” runner can be identified as the race progresses rather than after the last one should have finished.

Trig Points 2019 Results

Results for the 2019 running of the Trig Points race are available here. Race report to follow shortly.

Morning After 2018 Results

Results for the runners in the 2018 Morning After race are available here.

Trigs race help required

Two helpers for this race (Sunday 13th Jan, Cannock Chase) have had to drop out. So two volunteers are required as follows: