2021  Race Series Open Prizing

Series Awards Night

TBD.

How Series Points Are Awarded

Runners must have completed at least 4 SoleScience London Race Series races to be eligible for the Open Prizing. There are 6  races in total: Powerhouse 5k, Run for Retina, London Bridge, Summer Night 5k,  Springbank Road Races, and Halloween Haunting.
Your age for  Series prizing will be based on your age at each individual event. . Age categories for individual races are based on age on race day.
Your score will be the total of your 5 best SoleScience London  Series races
Runners competing in all 6 events will receive 10 Bonus Points
Regular Series points for all events 5k to Half Marathon
All participants in the Springbank Relays will receive 20 points for participating.

Age Grading Scoring

Points from individual races awarded as follows:

Age Grading: how it works

Age grading uses tables of "age factors" and "age standards" to put all runners, 
regardless of age and sex on a level playing field. In particular, they allow 
runners' performances, no matter what their age, to be corrected to what they 
would have been achieving in their prime years, and permit valid comparisons to 
be made between people of different ages.

 

Prizes

TBD

2021 Kids Series Prizing

Runners must have completed at least 4 SoleScience London races to be eligible for the Kids Series Prizing. There are 6  races in total: London Bridge, Run for Retina, Powerhouse 5k, Summer Night 5k, Springbank Road Races, and Halloween Haunting. Only events with chip-timed results can be used towards Series Prizing; this means the Run for Retina 2.5k cannot be used, as there are no results.
Your age category for Series prizing will be based on your age on race day. Age categories for individual races are based on age on race day.
Your score will be the total of your 5 best races
Runners competing in all 6 events will receive 10 Bonus Points
Regular Series points for all chip-timed events between 1k and 5k
All participants in the Springbank Relays will receive 20 points for participating.

Age Grading Scores 

Age Grading: how it works


Age grading uses tables of "age factors" and "age standards" to put all runners, 
regardless of age and sex on a level playing field. In particular, they allow 
runners' performances, no matter what their age, to be corrected to what they 
would have been achieving in their prime years, and permit valid comparisons to 
be made between people of different ages.

 

Prizes

Prize packages in each age category.