ASU Jaguar Cross Country Invitational

October 5th, 2012 at 5:00 PM @ Blanchard Woods Park


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Meet Info

ASU Jaguar Cross Country Invitational
Friday, October 5th, 2012
Blanchard Woods Park-Evans, GA

Entries must be completed online at Perfect Timing by
Sunday September 30th, 2012 @ 5pm (Eastern Time)
Schedule of Events Friday October 5th, 2012

5:15pm Women 6000M Race
5:45pm Men 8000M Race

6:20/30pm Awards (Top 3 teams, Top 10 Individuals)
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Entry Fees:
Men’s Team $85 Women’s Team $85 Both Men and Women $160 – Make Checks Payable to Augusta State University

Each Team will be allowed unlimited athletes per race. ONLY the top 7 runners will be allowed to score per team.

You may make your entries for this meet at www.ptgrouponline.com by Sunday September 30th, 2012 @ 5pm (EST)

Unattached/Open/Club Athletes- Entry Fees
Entry fees are $15.00 per athlete Payment may be made in advance by contacting Coach Ward or on Race Day before you receive your packet.

Meet management will NOT accept any late entries for the UNATTACHED/OPEN/CLUB athletes.

Please note: There are restroom facilities and a small set of locker rooms will be available (located at the championship soccer field) on the day of the meet. Make sure you bring your own towels, etc. Also, Augusta State, nor Blanchard Woods nor the Columbia County Parks Department are responsible for lost or stolen items in or around any of its facilities.

Directions to the course:
Blanchard Woods Park (Evans). Take I-20 EAST or WEST to Exit #190. Make a RIGHT off the interstate if coming from EAST heading WEST or make a LEFT off of the interstate if coming from the WEST heading EAST. Follow this road (Hereford Farm) a little over 5 miles to Blanchard Rd. Make a LEFT on Blanchard Rd and follow this the 1.5-2 miles to the park entrance. Please park on the back side of the facility. DO NOT PARK IN THE GRASS AREAS. Thank you.

Course description: The course is mostly grass and dirt with a couple of concrete asphalt areas to cross (both less than 40m in length). It is rolling throughout with the 2nd mile of both races being the most challenging. Spikes are suggested, but not required. It has some areas that are steep uphill and downhill descents, but overall the course has good footing. Any other specific questions may be addressed to Coach Ward.

Contact info: Coach Adam Ward - award4@aug.edu or 706-731-7914
Timing/meet entry - Phil Logan - support@ptgrouponline.com  - 404-451-8485

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