Meet #4: Forest City 5,000m
2018 marks the 14th year of the Runners' Choice London Distance Series. All meets are sanctioned by Athletics Ontario and hosted by the London Runner Distance Club, with the help of local officials and volunteers. Our goal is to provide well-organized, late evening racing opportunities for distance runners of all abilities: from local competitors to international level qualifiers. Heats will run Slow to Fast, with High Performance sections towards the end of each meet. Organizers will post Performance Lists and Final Schedules at least 24 hours in advance.
*Following the 2016 IAAF rule change, 5,000m and 10,000m races will only be conducted as Mixed gender when there are insufficient entries to host separately.
*We strongly encourage athletes and coaches to use recent performances, or reasonable estimates, when submitting seed times.
*Entries will be done online using TrackieReg
7:45pm Women 800m
8:00pm Men 800m
8:25pm Women 5,000m
8:45pm Men 5,000m
Travelling to London? Accommodations are available very close to the track.
Name: Steve Weiler
Phone: (519) 777-6096
Online registration: TrackieReg.com/2018-ForestCity5000m
Entry Fees: $16.00 per event; if not registered with Athletics Ontario/Canada, add $2.00 insurance fee
Entry Deadline: 11:59pm Saturday, July 14, 2018
Age Categories: All races will be run as Open events
Waiver: Every participant is required to agree to the online waiver. For athletes under the age of 18, a parent or guardian must do so during online registration.
Entry Confirmation: After you register, please check the Trackie.Reg entry list to confirm your entry went through correctly.
Request a Song: During registration, all 5,000m participants will be asked "What song would you like to hear played during the meet?" Request a song and we will most likely play it during the meet; please do not request inappropriate songs.
Athletes are reminded to always abide by IAAF rule 144.
Athletes capable of pacing for the High Performance sections, please contact the race director. We pay rabbits for hitting assigned paces in HP races.
Pacers should always be coordinated with the meet director, in part to ensure all participants in a given race have access to the same information.