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$245,000 Prize Money; Course Map/Profile; Team Scoring – Nanning 2010

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MonteCarloA total prize purse of US$245,000 will be paid by the IAAF for the men's and women's races at the IAAF / SINOPEC World Half Marathon Championships, Nanning, China on Saturday 16 October 2010.

Prize Money (all amounts are in US$)

Place / Prize

Individual
1st - 30,000
2nd - 15,000
3rd - 10,000
4th - 7000
5th - 5000
6th - 3000

Teams
1st - 15,000
2nd - 12,000
3rd - 9000
4th - 7500
5th - 6000
6th - 3000

World record bonus

Any athlete who surpasses a World record in Nanning will be awarded $US50,000 by the IAAF.

NOTE. The payment of all prize money is dependant upon athletes undergoing and clearing the usual anti-doping procedures.

Timetable

Saturday 16 October (times are local: GMT +8 hrs)

Women’s Race 08:30
Men’s Race 09:00

(Mass Race 09:15)

Course

The championships will take place in City Centre, starting & finishing in Wuxiang Square. The course is flat, from 8 to 12m wide. Download the course profile in ‘Related Content’ under the event logo.

Team Scoring

A maximum of seven athletes may be entered in each race; no more than five will be allowed to start, with three to score.

Each race shall be scored separately. The team results shall be decided by the aggregate of times recorded by the scoring athletes of each team. The team with the lowest aggregate of times will be judged the winner. If a team fails to finish with a complete scoring team, the runners finishing shall be counted as individuals in the race result and be eligible for the individual awards.

In the event of a tie, it shall be resolved in favour of the team whose last scoring member finishes nearer to first place.

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