The Stanley Bay Stampede is a community fundraiser for Stanley Bay School on Sunday 30th May 2021

Starting and finishing at the school – the course will also use the Ngataringa Navy fields.

Fun and challenging obstacles for kids of all ages and adults. Includes a slip and slide into a giant mud pit!

Do as many laps as you dare!

LOCATION

The race starts and finishes at Stanley Bay School – 15 Russell Street, Stanley Point.

Registration is in the school hall.

PARKING

As well as on-street parking, there are plenty of spaces at the Navy Ngataringa Sports complex, accessed from Jim Titchener Parade (highlighted in pink on the parking map). The yellow line shows the quickest route to the school.

During the race, this pathway will be used by runners so please use the alternative red route back to your car (via the Tennis Club entrance.). See attached map on route back to Navy fields via Ngataringa Tennis Club entrance.

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TIMETABLE

Starts from 10am.  Starts will be in waves of 10-15 people, starting with the under 5 year olds.

The waves are pretty casual so if you can’t make it to the right one then come along to the last wave starting at 11.30am.

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Registration at the school hall – to collect your race bib.(You can do this anytime from 9am but ideally at least 20 minutes before your start)

From 9am

Under 5 years and accompanying parents starts

The less confident can do our Nippers Course which is all within the school field. More confident under 5 years olds can go around a lap of the full course.

10-10:30am

5-7 years starts

10:30-11am

8-10 years starts

11-11:30am

11 years + and open starts (including families that want to run together)

11:30-12 noon

DIVISIONS

  • Under 5
  • 5-7 years
  • 8-10years
  • 11-13years
  • 14-16years
  • Open (16+ years)

COURSE MAP

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WHAT TO WEAR

SHOES ARE COMPULSORY and we highly recommend old clothes that you don’t mind getting a bit mucky in. It is best to bring a change of clothes afterwards to get dry and warm.

ENTRY PRICES

Enter on-line at the ENTRY page  After 6pm on 20th August, when on-line entries close you can enter at the venue from 9am at the Registration area

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Earlybird Entry before 11:59pm on 16th May 2021

 Entry from 17th – 29th May (6pm)

Kids (Under 5 yrs) with a free adult

$10

$10

Junior 5-16yrs

$15

$20

Adults

$20

$25

Family (includes 2 adults and up to 4 children living at the same address)

$60

$70

Entries received on the day are an extra $5.

All fees are expressed in NZ Dollars

REFRESHMENTS

Every Stampede participant will receive a FREE milo. In addition, we will have a sausage sizzle as well as selling sushi and baking.

EFTPOS will be available.

CHANGING ROOMS & BAG DROPS

Male changing rooms are in the Library and female changing rooms are in Room 4. There is a bag drop option for you in Room 12, by the playground. See the school map above for directions.

HOSE-DOWN AREA

The fire brigade can’t help with the hose-down this year due to the current water shortage, so we have a hose-down area to help with your after-race clean up! Find this on the top court near the school office, Russell St side.

FUNDS RAISED

Funds raised through this event will be put towards a new playground at the Stanley Bay School

COVID POLICY

We are so lucky to be able to have events after the unusual times we’ve all experienced in the last few months. However, there are few things to be aware of as we adjust to our new normal at COVID-19 Alert Level 1.

  • If you or someone you are in close contact with have symptoms of cold or flu, are unwell or who are waiting on test results for COVID-19 you must stay away
  • If anyone (or if anyone close to you) has been overseas or in self isolation within the last two weeks prior to the event you must stay away
  • If you are an at-risk person or you live with or have regular contact with an at-risk person(s) then you must stay away
  • Participants must supply all their own water, food and other refreshments for the duration of the event. No aid stations will be available
  • The Ministry of Health requires all gatherings to have a system to record and retain the contact details of all people involved in or attending the gathering.  To ensure Lactic Turkey Events can comply with this, all participants must enter any event via our website at least 24 hours before the start. Spectators and non-participants will be required to register their attendance on the day also. This information will be available to the Ministry of Health for 4 weeks after the event.
  • There will be a contract tracing QR code poster to scan on arrival FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS AND SPECTATORS.  The government tracing app can be downloaded at https://tracing.covid19.govt.nz/
  • There will be a hand sanitizer stations at in various locations around the event base. Please use these as required.