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COURSE DETAILS for South course no: 12/321

Course Name Woolwich Tunnel Marathon 
Race Name Woolwich Tunnel Marathon 
Distance 42195m 
Measured By Hugh Jones, Grade: 1 
Measured On 3 Sep 2012 
Race Type multiterrain 
Terrain Flat, but 18m climb on staircase from 500-550m 
Surface mostly asphalted or paved, but 1223m x2 of gravel surface on each of 4 lap laps. This is therefore a mixed terrain course, but should qualify for a certificate of registered distance. 
Configuration Multi-lap start section of 650m, then 4 laps last incomplete, without the western turn circle of 76.8m 
Section of Road entire width of path available 
Right Turns Shortest route on all turns, except at ramp/stairs alternative 1610m into the race. Runners should take the longer route down/up the ramp rather than the shorter route using the stairs. 
Grid Ref of Start OS GRID REF: TQ432797
View in Streetmap: 543200179700
File Reference  

Off road / multi-terrain measurements are likely to be of lower accuracy and so Certificates of Course Acuuracy can not be issued.
A record of a multi-terrain measurement has been issued for this course.

Race (with web
site link if supplied )

County Organiser
(race director)
Organisation Certificate
Issued on
Date of
Woolwich Tunnel Marathon London Colin Poole 100 Marathon Club  15 Sep 2012  26 Oct 2012 

Course Measurement Report

A report of this course measurement will have been sent by the measurer to the first race director shortly after the measurement date. This should be consulted to check the exact details of the certified course whenever the course is used . It is suggested that runners and officials requiring these details approach the race director in the first instance. A copy of this report has also been filed by the Course Measurement Secretary, and can be scanned and sent to runners, officials, or race directors on request .

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