Welsh Cross Country Championships 2017

  • 25/02/2017
    11:00 - 15:00

The 113th Welsh Cross Country Championships will take place at Singleton Park in Swansea on Saturday 25th February 2017and will incorporate the Welsh Masters Cross Country Championships.

Closing date for the championships is 4.30pm on 16th February

Information for Team Managers, Athletes, Spectators & Officials

Car Parking Information

Free car parking is available on Oystermouth Road, alongside the St Helens Rugby Ground: SA2 0AU. This is close to the access to the park which will be clearly marked.


The event headquarters (Race HQ) including registration, is a building within the Singleton Park nurseries enclosure. Access is via a footpath accessible alongside the Swiss Cottage as highlighted on the Course Map.


Team Managers are required to declare their teams at Race HQ. Any athlete who is not part of a Welsh club, will need to complete their own declaration. This area will open at 9:30am and athletes must be declared at least 45 minutes before their race start time.

Please note: A Master Athlete must be entered in the age group that they intend to compete in, no changes can be made on race day.

Food and drinks will be sold in the large marquee as indicated on the course map. A seating area will also be provided.

Shelter and baggage
The large marquee will offer dry shelter and seating. Bags can be left in the red Welsh Athletics Marquee which can also be used for dry changing.


Presentations will be made outside the large marquee following each race, as soon as results can be ratified.

Presentations will be for the first three individuals and the winning teams.

Further information;

  • Toilets are available at the toilet block as marked on the course map.
  • There is a large area designated for club tents as indicated on the course map.
  • Marshals are located around the course and will be wearing fluorescent BIBS to make them easily identified.
  • FIRST AID cover is provided by St Johns on the day, with an ambulance sited near the start, and an on foot presence on the fields whilst races are in operation.  Any situation arising that requires First Aid treatment anywhere on the course must be reported immediately to an event marshal who can summon First Aid personnel.
  • Health & Safety at Cross Country events – Athletes are advised that Health & Safety regulations recommend that you should examine the course for potential hazards before competing.



Singleton Park, Swansea, Swansea, SA2 8PY, United Kingdom