Join us this Ramadan for a new running challenge at Oxygen Park, Education City!
QRS Track Challenge is a series of timed races inside Oxygen Park in Education City. The events range from 15-minute, 30-minute and 45-minute races. Athletes can run unlimited loops of the ~910m track within the stipulated time limit. Each event will be restricted to a maximum of 250 participants.
15 Min Challenge - Juniors (7-15): 8:30 PM.
45 Min Challenge - Open (16-39) & Masters (40+): 8:35 PM.
30 Min Challenge - Open (16-39) & Masters (40+): 8:40 PM.
15 Min Challenge - Open (16-39) & Masters (40+): 8:50 PM.
RACE 1: Thursday 7 April 2022
RACE 2: Wednesday 13 April 2022
RACE 3: Friday 15 April 2022
RACE 4: Wednesday 20 April 2022
*Event locations, times and dates may change.
Aid Station at the Start / Finish line (Participants need to bring their own bottle / hydration pack).
Public liability insurance.
Custom designed finisher's medal for all distances.
Awards for the Top 3 Open finishers (Male / Female) in 45 min, 30 min & 15 min races.
Awards for the Top 3 Masters (Over 40) finishers (Male / Female) in 45 min, 30 min & 15 min races.
Awards for the Top 3 finishers (Male / Female) in 15 min race (Primary & Secondary Juniors).
Series awards for Top 3 finishers (Male / Female) in Open, Masters & Juniors category.
SERIES POINTS SYSTEM
The 4-race series will have a points system which will count towards the overall series awards. Points are calculated based on the athlete’s finish position in their category.
As our events offer several timed-races (45 min, 30 min & 15 min), points will be equally allocated for each category. The winner in each category will receive 50 points, followed by 49 points for 2nd place, 48 for 3rd place, 47 points for 4th place and so on. Minimum points for completing a race is 20. In the event of a tie, the athlete with higher distance covered over the series will be the winner. If they are tied on points and distance, then both will be placed jointly in the standings.
For example: Athlete A, wins all 4 races in 45 min category and obtains 200 points. Athlete B wins all 4 races in 30 min category and obtains 200 points. In this case, Athlete A will be placed higher than Athlete B in the overall standings.
Male and female series winners will receive awards which will be presented at the end-of-season race.
Open Male (16-39): 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place
Open Female (16-39): 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place
Masters Male (40+): 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place
Masters Female (40+): 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place
Juniors Male (7-15): 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place
Juniors Female (7-15): 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place
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