The club championships award our best runners in each category and race distance. The year runs from the December of the previous year to the middle of November (according to the date of the Annual Awards evening - a key date in the club's social calendar). The races are shown in the list on the right (club championships), except for the Marathon which is for any recognised marathon in the world.
To be eligible to win a trophy or runners up medal you must:
- be a fully paid up member
- enter as a member of Reigate Priory AC
- run under your own name wearing the race number specifically allocated to you
- wear club colours, either the standard RPAC running vest or long or short sleeved derivative (not mandatory for marathon championship, see note below)
All trophies / medals are engraved at the expense of the club and are presented at the annual Awards Evening.
Note: For 2019 only, because of the clash of the Run Reigate Half Marathon (15th September) with the Surrey Road Relays on Saturday 14th September, it has been decided to hold the 2019 Half Marathon Championship over 2 races, Run Reigate and Barns Green (29th September). The Club Championship will be decided based on the amalgamated results from the 2 races, using chip timing.
|10k, 10 mile and half marathon championships|
|Designation||Qualification||Age restriction||Current Champion|
|Male champion||1st male home||none|
|Male Vet 40 champion||1st 40-49 male home after male champion||40 - 49|
|Male Vet 50 champion||1st 50-59 male home after male champion||50 - 59|
|Male Vet 60 champion||1st over 60 male home after male champion||60 +|
|Female champion||1st female home||none|
|Female Vet 35 champion||1st 35-44 female home after female champion||35 - 44|
|Female Vet 45 champion||1st 45-54 female home after female champion||45 - 54|
|Female Vet 55 champion||1st over 55 female home after female champion||55 +|
|2nd Senior Man||1st senior male home after male champion||under 40|
|2nd Vet 40 Man||1st v40 male home after male vet 40 champion||40 - 49|
|2nd Vet 50 Man||1st V50 male home after male vet 50 champion||50 - 59|
|2nd Vet 60 Man||1st V60 male home after male vet 60 champion||60 +|
|2nd Senior Lady||1st senior female home after female champion||under 35|
|2nd Vet 35 Lady||1st V35 female home after female vet 35 champion||35 - 44|
|2nd Vet 45 Lady||1st V45 female home after female vet 45 champion||45 -54|
|2nd Vet 55 Lady||1st V55 female home after female vet 55 champion||55 +|
It will be noted that the first male and female to cross the finish line complying with these rules is designated the Club Champion regardless of age. Thereafter, the next male 40-49 / male 50-59 / male 60+ / female 35-44 / female 45-54 / female 55+ to finish is designated the appropriate Veteran Champion.
Each of the champions receives a personal memento for their permanent retention plus a trophy which they hold for a year. Runners up medals will be awarded to those finishing second in their category.
A trophy is awarded to the fastest man and lady (irrespective of age) in any marathon, home or overseas, in the 12 months upto and including the New York marathon in November. It is not compulsory to wear the club vest in a marathon in recognition the runner may be running for a charity and wearing their vest. The 2 champions receive a personal memento for their permanent retention plus a trophy which they hold for a year.
|Man||Fastest time in any marathon|
|Lady||Fastest time in any marathon|
The Andy Winterton Memorial Trophy
A trophy, in memory of our late member Andy Winterton, will be awarded to the fastet age-graded marathon by a member of the Club, irrspective of gender. The period of eligibility wil be the 12 months up to and including the New York Marathon in November.