2012 at Bradbury Oval
2012 at Bradbury Oval
Some of Our Members at Knapsack 6hr Enduro
Some of Our Members at Knapsack 6hr Enduro
The Start of the 2011 Fishers Ghost Fun Run
The Start of the 2011 Fishers Ghost Fun Run
CJC Members. Photo Taken in 1996 at Bradbury Oval
CJC Members. Photo Taken in 1996 at Bradbury Oval
Tuesday Night Track session at Campbelltown Sports Ground
Tuesday Night Track session at Campbelltown Sports Ground
Saturday Morning Bush run at Kentlyn
Saturday Morning Bush run at Kentlyn

Welcome to the Campbelltown Joggers Club

The Campbelltown Joggers Club, established in 1976, is the Macarthur area's premier running club. Campbelltown Joggers welcomes runners and walkers of all abilities, with the main emphasis being on having fun while keeping fit. The club has an extensive variety of weekly runs on the road, track and in the bush. New members are welcome to turn up and try with no obligation to join. Whatever your level of fitness you won't be left behind at the Campbelltown Joggers Club.

Campbelltown Joggers

President’s Cup Format – 2015

The format of the President’s Cup sees a return to an elimination style replacing the point score style of last year. The format is as follows:

End of Handicap 1: Championship point score only

End of Handicap 2: The top 32 runners in the Championship point score at the end of Handicap 2 are eligible to compete in the President’s Cup. The next 8 runners in the Championship point score are reserves for Round 1 of the President’s Cup.

Start of Handicap 3: Round 1 of the President’s Cup. A maximum of 32 runners are eligible to compete. Any runners in the top 32 eligible to compete in the President’s Cup may be replaced with a reserve from the 8 runners.

End of Handicap 3: Time differences for the 32 runners are calculated. The top 16 runners based on time difference are eligible to compete in Round 2. The next 6 runners based on time difference are reserves for Round 2 of the President’s Cup.

Start of Handicap 5: Round 2 of the President’s Cup. A maximum of 16 runners are eligible to compete. Any runners in the top 16 eligible to compete in the President’s Cup may be replaced with a reserve from the 6 runners.

End of Handicap 5: Time differences for the 16 runners are calculated. The top 8 runners based on time difference are eligible to compete in the semi-final of the President’s Cup. The next 4 runners based on time difference are reserves for the Semi-final of the President’s Cup.

Start of Handicap 7: Semi-final of the President’s Cup. A maximum of 8 runners are eligible to compete. Any runners in the 8 eligible to compete in the President’s Cup may be replaced with a reserve from the 4 runners.

End of Handicap 7: Time differences for the 8 runners are calculated. The top 4 runners based on time difference are eligible to compete in the next round. The next 2 runners based on time difference are reserves for the final of the President’s Cup.

Start of Handicap 9: Final of the President’s Cup. A maximum of 4 runners are eligible to compete. Any runners in the 4 eligible to compete in the President’s Cup may be replaced with a reserve from the 2 runners.

End of Handicap 9: Time differences for the 4 runners are calculated. The winner of the President’s Cup is the runner with the best time difference in Handicap 9 of the 4 runners.

Notes

  • Time difference refers to (handicap time – elapsed time)
  • The method of breaking a tie is based on the finishing order in the handicap event. The higher-placed runner will progress to the next round.
  • The number of runners eligible to compete is the maximum number for a round (32, 16, 8 or 4).
  • Reserves are included in the next round based on their finishing order in the previous round. For example, if a runner is absent from Round 1, then the runner in 33rd place in the Championship is eligible to compete in the President’s Cup.
  • If a runner is absent for a round, they are eliminated from the competition.