Bridges Of The Tyne 5 Mile Road Race 2015 – Announcement



The entry form for the TGA Consulting Engineers Bridges Of The Tyne 5 Mile Road Race 2015 (Race License: 2015-12936) will open at 6:00 am on Saturday 28th February 2015.

This years race will also once again be host to the NECCA 5 Mile Championships.

There will be a limit of 380 Online places available & they will be sold on a first come, first served basis.

The online entry fee will be the same as last year;

UKA Club Runner: £14.75
Unattached Runner: £16.75

Club runners will need their UKA Reg number to enter.

More important announcements to come in the next few days so keep checking back.

If you have any questions, please use the comments section below.

For more information, please see our FAQ relating to this years race.
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  1. Hello. For online entry, do you use a third party entry system and which will that be please? Want to check I’m signed up with them in advance. Thanks!

    • Apples on 14th February 2015 at 08:01
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    Hi, we use our own online entry system which processes the payments via PayPal. Hope this helps.

  2. Hi can you tell me the route of the race please?

    • Henrik on 14th February 2015 at 11:03
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    HI Ria,

    this one might help you:


  3. For the NECAA do you have to be a member of a NE running club or can anyone enter (I’m a member of Harrogate Harriers). If you do have to be a member of a NE club can you enter the NECAA with a not east club as your second claim club?

    • Apples on 16th February 2015 at 17:38
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    Wendy, these are the qualification criteria for the NECAA championship race. Second claim isn’t recognised as a qualification by the North East Counties.

    Conditions of Entry –NECAA, VANEE and Cumbria AA Championships Only (please read carefully)
    These events are confined to amateur athletes born, or having bona fide residence for nine months prior to the date of the competition, in the counties of Northumberland, Durham, Tyne & Wear, Cleveland or Cumbria. Athletes may compete in the Championships of only one County Association in any one calendar year. Term time only university residence does not qualify.

    Hope this helps.

  4. As I was born in Newcastle I assume I am therefore OK competing in the NECAA? & VANEE?

    • Gareth Wills on 28th April 2015 at 15:31
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    Hi, I have requested a place on the reserve list as was too late in entering. Can I confirm I’m on the list? And how many people are ahead of me please.


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