2021 Male Cross Country Champion
This championship race serves to identify the local champions, as well as acting as the selection race for the National Champs.
It is the pinnacle race for the Cross Country season.
The race is open to all competitors, but those wishing
to be considered for selection to the Canterbury team to compete at the National Cross Country Championships will need to be an Athletics NZ registered member.
Derislywood Jubilee Challenge Cup - Open Men Individual
Interclub Harrier Championship Cup - Open Men's Team (6 to count)
Frank Sharp Trophy - Masters Men Individual
Ivan Hawkey Trophy - Masters men team ( 4 to count)
F D Kesteven Cup - Men U20 Individual
Eric L Cordery Cup - Men U20 Team ( 4 to count)
J R Clarke (1960) Trophy - Men U18 Individual
H L Spark Cup - Boys U16 Individual
I D Grieg Trophy - Boys U14 Individual
North Canterbury Cup - Boys U12 Individual
Rawson Trophy - Open Women Individual
Veteran Women Trophy - Masters Women Individual
Ivan Hawkey Trophy - Masters Women Team (4 to count)
Palermo Trophy - Women U18 Individual
Canterbury Championship Trophy - Girls U16 Individual
R Forscutt Trophy - Girls U14 Individual
Lorna Overend from the Ladies Pioneer Harrier club played a significant role in promoting running among young women. In her memory $100 is awarded annually to the winners of the Canterbury Cross Country Championships grades for the Senior, U20 and U18 women.
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Athletics Canterbury adhere to the guiding principles of the sport as determined by our international body. We take pride in our events and welcome all runners to them. As well as making them fun we take measures to ensure our events are safe and fair for our participants.