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The Redhill Road Runners Grand Prix is a friendly and inclusive competition that uses a series of open events to decide the Club’s runners with the best all round performance in the year. Trophies are up for grabs for the top 3 men, top 3 women, plus top performance in each veteran category (v35, v45, v55, v65, v75). Members who have achieved a finishing position in the Grand Prix series before the draw might also be eligible to apply for one of the club’s guaranteed London Marathon places for the following year (subject to additional criteria).

Grand Prix winners are usually those members that are most visible at events, flying the flag for Redhill, and are often not the club’s fastest runners. You will maximise your points by running a broad range of races over different terrains and distances throughout the year or marshalling at club-organised races. 


​Your best TWO cross country results (from any East or North Midlands Cross Country race)

Your best TWO Summer League results (from any of the races)

Your best TWO County Championship results (from up to 7 available; Newstead Abbey Dash 5K, Castle Rock 10k, Notts 10, Worksop Half Marathon, Nottingham Full Marathon (Boston), County Cross Country, Wolfs Pit Fell race, Track and relay events are not eligible.

Your best age grade for TWO Parkruns (Colwick in April & Long Eaton in September)

Inter Club races (dates TBC)

  • 1 Mile Seeded Race.

  • Gedling 5k Time Trial (Using Parkrun Course)

  • Hill Time Trial


  • Pint & Pork Scratching 5m (July) 

  • Robin Hood HM (29th September)

  • Edwinstowe Christmas 10K Trail Race (26th November)

  • Lyra Hope 5 Memorial Race (6th September)

  • SHEPSHED 7 (Nov)

  • Sinfin 5 (12th May)

  • Belvoir Half Marathon (7th April)

To be eligible for a finishing position in the Grand Prix Series, members (both men & ladies) must have completed a minimum of:


One qualifying parkrun

One Summer League race

One East or North Midlands Cross Country race

One listed County Championship race


 For each event, the first male/female Redhill finisher will be awarded 30 points, with the second getting 29, third 28, continuing down to 5 points. Points for the Beeston parkrun will be based on ranked Age Graded results over the whole year. Points for all other races will be based on actual position on the day. Every member completing a Grand Prix event is guaranteed 5 points even if there are more than 26 Redhill members in the race. In 2023, Redhill will itself be organising 1 race (the 5k County Champs at Newstead Abbey). Members who choose to marshal rather than run at this race, will receive 20 points for the event. Points for marshalling the Newstead Dash can count as one of the member’s best 2 results and to eligibility criteria in the County Championship category.


 In the event of a tie, more than one award may be awarded for a category. A tie for first or second overall rankings will result in non-award of one or both lower rankings within the overall category. Only one prize can be won by any member, so veterans who achieve a top 3 overall ranking would not also be eligible for a separate veteran prize. Veterans are eligible for the oldest category they qualify for based on age on the date of the first event of the series. All members who have fully paid 2021 membership fees are eligible for Grand Prix points, including second claim members when wearing Redhill colours.


 Run as many of the races you want. The more races you run, the more points you can accumulate!




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