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COURSE DETAILS for South course no: 18/302

Course Name 10 Fest 10 mile at Lee Valley 
Race Name 10 Fest 10 mile at Lee Valley 
Distance 10 mile 
Measured By Mark Jefford, Grade: 2 
Measured On 8 Jun 2018 
Race Type multiterrain 
Terrain Flat 
Surface Tarmac paths except for 13.3 compacted dirt, gravel and grass. 
Configuration Two anticlockwise laps with an out and back. 
Section of Road Full with of paths 
Right Turns Recommended to take the left turn in the gravel section. 
Comments Finish should measured on the day, 51.4m from the wooden gate at the entrance to the showground field. 
Grid Ref of Start OS GRID REF: TL371007
View in Streetmap: 537100200700
File Reference  

Off road / multi-terrain measurements are likely to be of lower accuracy and so Certificates of Course Acuracy can not be issued.
A Statement of Measurement has been issued for this course for its first race date, shown below. The Statement of Measurement remains valid and does not need to be renewed for subsequent races unless the route is changed, in whch case a new measurment with a new course number will be required.

Race (with web
site link if supplied )

County Organiser
(race director)
Organisation Certificate
Issued on
Date of
10 Fest 10 mile at Lee Valley Herts Martin Bateman Active Training World  20 Jun 2018  29 Jul 2018 

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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