Number swapping continues to be a problem.
This caused so many delays and inaccuracies with results that last year the SGP began to enforce the rule that states that number swapping is not allowed unless agreed with race organisers before the race and reflected in official results.
The SGP will only use official race results to compile points data.

Runner registration. Only runners registered before a race will be allocated points for that race. Runners become registered on the date the club rep notifies the SGP of their membership.

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Current SGP rules state that member clubs must be affiliated with Sussex County Athletic Association.

The are many benefits for clubs with this affiliation, you can download the document About SCAA to get more info.

To be allocated points in Sussex Grand Prix race, runners must be registered with us before that race is run.
Runners can now check their registration status here.
It is important that a registered runner’s name matches the name they use to enter races, otherwise they will not picked up on the results. This is especially important for runners who use shortened names or nicknames, e.g. Bill and William, Edward and Ted.
Use the registration checker and let us know if you’d like us to alter your registered name.
You’ll also see your SGP Runner ID. This number is used to track and allocate your points throughout the series, you might find it useful to note it down because it will be shown on race results. We have a few runners with identical names, but your ID will be unique to you.

The SGP require a results processor. This would suit someone with MS Excel skills who has an interest in the Sussex Grand Prix. The role involves checking official race results and compiling SGP points data for each race as soon as possible after official race results are available.
If you can help out, please let us know: info at sussexgrandprix.co.uk

Phoenix AC have announced a change to their race.

Moving to a Wednesday evening on July 20th, the race will be over 10k and take place on Hove sea front.

Phoenix AC have faced increasing difficulty staging their race in Preston Park on Remembrance Sunday. The club plan to continue with the junior Phoenix Races.

The new date awaits final confirmation by way of the race permit approval.