2022 Race Options

One race from three categories to enter. You can do as many as you like, with the best
scoring three races from different categories to count. Scoring is in comparison to the other
Totley runners of the same gender in the race.

Totley AC Prizes Policy


13th March – Dronfield 10k (£18)
27th March – Sheffield HM (£37)
29th May – Buxton HM (£23)
9th October – Sheffield City 10k (Rother Valley) (£19)
4th December – Percy Pud 10k (£22)


27th April – Tigers Trail race (8k) (£6)
18th June – Baslow Boot Bash (14mi) (£15)
13th July – Wharncliffe Trail (10k) (£10)
28th July – Stoney Middleton 9k, 200m (£5) (calls itself a fell race, but it’s on-road and trail)
27th November – Edwinstowe trail 10k (£15)


7th June – Burbage Skyline, 7k, 189m (£6)
24th June – Tideswell 7k, 260m (£8)
30th August – Eyam Barrel Inn 10k, 460m (£6)
15th October – Go Big Moor 21k (£10)
11th December – Litton Christmas Cracker 12k, 507m (£8)


19th March – Monsal
9th April – Graves
14th May – Rother Valley
11th June – Concord
16th July – Hallam
10th Sept – Castle
22nd Oct – Hillsborough
19th Nov – Millhouses



13th – Dronfield 10k (£18)
19th Park Run Monsal
27th – Sheffield HM (£37)


9th Park Run Graves
27th – Tigers Trail race (8k) (£6)


14th Park Run Rother Valley


7th Skyline, 7k, 189m (£6)
24th – Tideswell 7k, 260m (£8)
11th Park Run Concord


6th Park Run Hallam
13th – Wharncliffe Trail (10k) (£10)
28th – Stoney Middleton 9k, 200m (£5) (calls itself a fell race, but it’s on road and trail)


30th – Eyam Barrel Inn 10k, 460m (£6)


10th Park Run Castle


2nd Park Run Hillsborough
9th – Sheffield City 10k (Rother Valley) (£19)
15th – Go Big Moor 21k (£10)


7th – Edwinstowe trail 10k (£15)
19th Park Run Millhouses


4th December – Percy Pud 10k (£22)
11th December – Litton Christmas Cracker 12k, 507m (£8)

Championships FAQs

It’s meant to be fun for runners and something we hope all members will feel able to participate in. We do give out prizes, but it’s mostly about enjoying the challenge of local races and socialising with other club members. We try to choose popular local events with reasonable entry prices that we think (or know) club members will enjoy.
The champs is organised using public races that you’ll need to enter. This year there are three categories of races – fell and trail, road, and parkrun. You need to complete one race from each category to qualify for the champs. The races are listed in the Totley AC private Facebook group and in an email to members.
We give prizes for the first three people in each gender and age group. The groups are: Senior Women (under 40), WV40 (women over 40), WV50 (women over 50), WV60 (women over 60) and WV70 (women over 70). Also Senior Men (under 40), MV40 (men over 40), MV50 (men over 50), MV60 (men over 60) and V70 (men over 70).
In each race, we award points based on your position in relation to other Totley runners. For example, the first Totley runner to finish will get 1 point, the sixth Totley runner 6 points, and so on. It doesn’t matter where you finish in the race overall, only in relation to the other club members running. For this reason, it is very helpful if you can list your club when entering (and if you don’t do this for whatever reason, please message Colin Osborne to tell him!).
The competition can be fun if you’re in the running for a prize, or in a bit of friendly rivalry with another club member, but we hope it won’t put you off. Most of us don’t enter races expecting to win them, anyhow. We hope that the motivation to join in the races, challenge yourself, cheer on your clubmates and chat afterwards will be enough. The prizes are a bonus really.
The champs is organised using public races that you’ll need to enter. This year there are three categories of races – You may enter as many races as you like from each category. We will take your best scoring race in each category, add up the scores, and rank everyone’s total score from lowest to highest. The lowest score in each gender/age group wins, the next highest gets second, and next third. We also present a prize and shiny silver cup for the best overall woman and man.
In a word, no. The fell and trail races category is very broad and includes a lot of terrain you are likely to be familiar with, including the grass in Endcliffe Park and gravel paths around Carsington Water. We hope everyone would feel comfortable with these, at least. Even the ones that are called ‘fell races’ are more like trail races really, and none of them harder than running round Burbage. We’ve tried to indicate for each race what it’s like. Some are hillier than others, but to be honest you can always walk the hills (and lots of people do). If you’re not sure, message Colin Osborne or other club members to find out more about each race.