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Event Summary 2010
PSUK Cross Country Championships – South Wales – Wednesday 10 March 2010
If you are reading this you have probably done it and got the ‘T’ Shirt! This is the first PSUK event of the year that has hopefully kick-started you into taking part in the many other police fixtures during 2010. Please read on and prepare to whet your appetite!!………
PSUK Orienteering Championships – Sherwood Lodge - Nottinghamshire – Wednesday 28 April 2010
Are you good at map reading? This event offers a variety of courses ranging from 4 to 5 km for women and 5 to 8 km for the men. The event is staged over challenging and undulating open/woodland terrain. There is also a relatively easy 5K novice course where force members may run as pairs. Takes place from Nottinghamshire Police HQ.
PSUK ‘Sporting Super Stars’ – Hopton-on-Sea - Norfolk – Tuesday 4 to Thursday 6 May 2010
Are you fit enough to be the ‘UK’s Toughest Cop’? This is a relatively new official PSUK event that involves individuals competing in a series of disciplines. Each UK Police Force may enter at least one male and one female competitor and anyone eligible to compete in PSUK events may take part. The events include - Sprinting - Indoor Rowing - Archery - Shooting – Ball Throw - Bleep Test - Gym Tests - Orienteering - Climbing Wall. Staged over two days, the competition culminates with a gala dinner, prize presentation and cabaret evening in conjunction with the annual PSUK Indoor Sports events.
British Police Fell Race – Castleton - Derbyshire – Wednesday 19 May 2010
This year the event will take place from Castleton in the Peak Forest of Derbyshire. The 8 - 10 mile course will offer some excellent running terrain over these interesting, lesser known hills. All competitors need to have mountain navigation experience and carry certain kit during the race. A post race meal will take place in Castleton.
PSUK Track & Field Championships – Grangemouth – Central Scotland - Wednesday 14 July 2010
There must be an event here to suit every athlete. The competition take place from 11am through to 5pm with presentation of medals throughout the day. The following track and field events will be contested:
Track - Men and Women - 100, 200, 400, 800, 1500, 5000 metres (Including male and female Veterans) Relay – Ladies 4 x 100 metres - Men’s Medley (800x200x200x400) Track - Men Only - 110m hurdles, 400m hurdles, 3000m steeplechase, 3000m walk
Held on the same day as the Track & Field, teams of nine will battle it out in a series of different weight competitions held throughout the day. The PSUK are looking to encourage more force teams to take part. Runners are asked to contact members of their respective force rugby teams to attract interest.
Snowdonia 7 Team Fell Race - North Wales – Saturday 14 August 2010
This event requires four members running together as a team, each member providing encouragement to one another over this gruelling 22 mile course that traverses around 8000 feet ascent over seven of the highest Snowdonia Mountains. This is not an official PSUK event but has always been popular among police runners.
PSUK 10 Mile Road Race Championships – Manchester - GMP – Wednesday 8 September 2010
This event is always popular with PSUK runners. This year the course is a three lap circuit in Heaton Park, Manchester over mildly undulating tarmac through fairly scenic parkland. This could be a PB course and enjoyable road running experience with the evening ‘knees-up’ being held at the Hough End Centre!
PSUK 5K and 10K Race Walking Championships – West Midlands – Wednesday 22 September 2010
This is a flat tarmac course around Canon Hill Park, Edgbaston comprising 5K for ladies and 10k for men. More runners are taking to this ‘alternative’ athletic sport as a supplement to their annual sporting calendar. An interesting and tasty buffet meal at the nearby ‘Tally Ho Club’ follows the race with presentation of prizes for individual and teams.
PSUK Marathon Championships – Snowdonia – Saturday 30 October 2010
This is the first time the PSUK have held their marathon over the award winning Snowdonia Marathon course. The course attracts over 1000 field. This is not going to be a PB course but is guaranteed to be a scenic, well organised marathon experience. The police event should attract around 80 runners.
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