Some external websites linked below have not been updated for 2020, this is out of our control. Please contact the relevant club directly if you need more details.
In 2020, the U23 championships will run to the same rules as the open championships i.e. any 4 races out of 7 must be run to count.
The U18 championships for 2020 are the races indicated with a double ** below and will be best 2 from 4 races.
English Champs fell races are marked, enter early!
The Club Champs Tables, as compiled by Patrick Butler* (as of 2020), are available in PDF format:
Click here for the 2020 results
Click here for the 2017 results.
Click here for the 2016 results.
*Club Champs for 2019/2018 compiled by Chris Clark.
Road Championship 2020
Sunday 5th January – North Lakes Half marathon 13.1 miles
Sunday 5th April – 3 Village 10 miles
Wednesday 22nd April – Round the houses 4.2 miles
Saturday 6th June – Workington Park Run 5k
Saturday 22nd August – Ulverston 10k
Wednesday 9th September – Carlisle 5k series
Saturday 28th November – Ravenstonedale 10k
Trail Championship 2020
Sunday 23rd February – Keswick AC Whinlatter 10 km
Sunday 29th March – Buttermere trail race 20 km
Wednesday 29th April – Lords Seat
Tuesday 19th May – Hay O’Trail 6 km
Sunday 28th June – Watchtree 5 km
Saturday 4th July – Borrowdale trail 21 km
Wednesday 23rd September – Crab Fair Fell race 14 km
Fell Championship 2020
Saturday 1st February – Stybarrow Dodd (S)
Saturday 18th April – Newlands Memorial Race (M)
Monday 11th May – Lower Borrowdale (M)
Saturday 13th June – Ennerdale (L)
Friday 17th July – Blisco Dash (S)
Sunday 13th September – Lake District Mountain Trial short course (M/L)
Saturday 14th November – Two Riggs (S)
Overall champions for road and fell will be decided on the basis of members’ best 4 results from the 7 championship races.
Members can choose any 4 races from 7 (do not have to include races at all distances (short, medium and long).
To win the overall championships, members must compete in at least 4 races. Both championships will be decided on a points system, the leading KAC member (male and female) in each race will be awarded 100 points, with the points awarded to all other KAC members awarded by means of the following formula: Points = 100 x (fastest KAC time) / (runner’s time).