The Blaise Blazer is a 4* mile 'hill' race mini-series featuring the biggest hills
and the best views in the grounds of Blaise Castle. The event starts from the Westbury
Harriers' club house (adjacent to the main car park and playground) at Blaise Castle. Races
take place immediately after a briefing at 7:15pm on:
Monday 3rd June 2013
Monday 1st July 2013
Monday 5th August 2013 - The August event will also have a team prize... the 'Blazer
Challenge Cup'. The team event is a race within a race. It is for teams of 8 (6 male
/ 2 female). First 8 in from each club to count.
Click here for entry form with details and entry information (enter on the night);
Click here for race location
Click here for course map
Click here for course description
There is a pre-race briefing at 7:15pm to cover the course (which is only 'lightly'
marked) and health & safety.
This year's event is sponsored by Sweatshop
Contact Phil Court (firstname.lastname@example.org or 01454 613720) for further information.
Entries (£5 - or £7 if unaffiliated) are taken on the night only, from 6:15pm. The
event is held under UK Athletics Rules, subject to permit. Minimum age 15. *Race
length is approximate, and includes 600 feet ascent. Start limit 150 due to course
limitations - there will an extended start if entries require. Due to the nature
of the terrain, the event is unsuitable for wheelchairs, prams, pushchairs, etc.
Monday 28th May 2012 - Results
Monday 2nd July 2012 - Results
Monday 6th August 2012 - Results
June 2011 - Results
July 2011 - Results
August 2011 - Results
June 2010 - Results
July 2010 - Results
August 2010 - Results
Scenes and Information From Past Events ...
Race 3 saw a large turnout and included a head-to-head between Westbury Harriers
and Bitton Road Runners
There was a record turnout for 2009 Race 3, rain threatened but never quite arrived...
The event was a little wetter for 2009 Race 2, but it dried up for a few minutes
towards the end of the race...
Here are some of the 2009 Race 1 leaders and prizewinner ...
After 3 damp events last summer, this year's series got off to a warmer start