We compete in the Kent Grand Prix each year – an annual series of ten races in which individuals and teams can win points, counting towards an end of season final ranking.
Kent Grand Prix fixtures
22nd January – Canterbury 10
19th February – Tunbridge Wells Half (Long course county champs – seniors only, and inter counties qualifier)
5th March – Thanet 20
2nd April – Paddock Wood Half (Long course county champs – veterans and teams)
7th May – Darent Valley 10k
3rd June – Harvel 5
3rd September – Kent Coastal Marathon (Veterans and teams county championship)
TBC Petts Wood 10k
Click here to see the final standings for our victorious 2016 season
Previous Kent Grand Prix Results
The results below show just how far both the men and women have progressed.
What is the Kent Grand Prix?
The first six (men) and four (women) runners from each club accumulate points for their team in each race (100 points for 1st, 99 for 2nd, down to one point for 100th position.) Runners outside these first six men and four women, but still within the top 100 affiliated runners in the event, will deny other clubs valuable points, so every runner helps. The team championship is based on the aggregate score of the best eight races from the ten that are run.
Individuals also accumulate points, with their best six races counting towards the end of season individual positions. The individual championship is in categories M, M40, M50, M60, F, F35, F45, F55.
The Kent Grand Prix is open to members of Kent affiliated clubs who have registered at the beginning of the year.