2019 Sussex Schools Fixture List and further information about Athletics events
The results from the Sussex Schools Cross Country Championships, which were held at Waterhall, Brighton, on Wednesday, January 16, 2019, can be viewed below. Due to a few year 7 athletes running, who have been removed from the results, you may find the Junior (Yrs. 8 & 9) Boys and Girls results slightly altered.
Year 7 and Year 8 Inter Counties Cross Country Championships
If you have been selected to represent Sussex Schools AA please use the link below to accept this selection
Further information below:
South East Schools Inter Counties Cross Country
Years 7 and 8
To be held at Christs Hospital School
Saturday 23rd March 2019
We are very grateful to Christs Hospital School for agreeing to let us hold this event
Address: Christ's Hospital, Horsham RH13 0YP
The URL below will take you to a map with more details of the school, however please do not 'phone them as they are just providing the venue.
Course maps can be downloaded below
11.45 Under 13 Girls (Year 7) Maximum distance 2500m
12.05 Under 13 Boys (Year 7) Maximum distance 2500m
12.25 Under 14 Girls (Year 8) Maximum distance 3000m
12.45 Under 14 Boys (Year 8) Maximum distance 3000m
The Sussex Schools Athletes are asked to meet their Team manager Becci Camis no less than 30 minutes before their race time; she will be under the white gazebo near the pavilion. Print the relevant course map (see below) for your race as there will be no course maps available for you to take round with you.
The English Schools Cross-Country Championships 2018 - a personal view
In 2018 three of the athletes selected for the Sussex Senior Boys team for the English Schools cross-country Championships - Tom Eames, Joe Clayson and Tomer Tarragano -filmed vlogs throughout the season. Tom was injured and unable to compete at Leeds however, Joe and Tomer produced a final video of their personal experiences at the season's finale. Their vlog gives a real flavour of what English Schools XC is all about for the athletes. They were part of the 48 strong Boys and Girls teams who returned to Sussex with team bronze medals for the Senior Boys and Inter Girls and an individual silver for Beth Cook in the Junior Girls race. You can view the vlog here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C4tOWWo_AQg