• Sunday, 16 July 2023

Jorgensen Park, Crescent Road, Kalamunda

The Club Relays are a fun event open to all members. The park has some very open runnable "fairways" plus areas of bush to challenge your navigational skills. Come, wear your club tops and help your club vie for the prestigious Rutty Rock.

Entries for the club relays are now closed, but there are several enter on the day courses available.

More information is available in Eventor and in the Information Flyer.
Further information on relays can be found at the OWA website under WA State Relay Championships.
Please note the different formula for Mixed Teams which now has 4 legs, 2 moderate navigation and 2 easy navigation legs.

Location: Jorgensen Park, Crescent Road, Kalamunda. Please park in gravel parking area adjacent to the assembly area.
9.15am Latest arrival time, 9.50 am briefing.
Start Times:
• 10.00am Hard Open teams
• 10.02am Hard Masters Teams
• 10.04am Mixed teams
• There will be a mass start at 11.30am for any remaining runners.
Enter on the day: Two hard courses, a moderate and an easy course will be available to start from 10:30am.
Registration: 10am-11am.
Facilities: Toilet.
Bring: SI tag and compass. Drinking water (no water on courses or at the assembly area). Sunscreen, leg protection.
Map: Jorgensen Park 1:7500 with 5m contour intervals.
Out of bounds – several sections of the map are marked as OOB on the map with purple crosshatching. These are not necessarily fenced off in the terrain. Please stay out of the OOB areas.

Photo: 2022 club relays at Mosman Park.

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