UoN Athletics


Ed Prickett Relays

Every year, Nottingham University Athletics Club holds it’s own relay event each spring around the spectacular grounds of University Park Campus. Ed Prickett, one of the best sportsmen our university has ever seen, tragically lost his life when he was knocked down by a motor vehicle outside the Gateshead Stadium, whilst representing the University of Nottingham Athletics Club in the BUSA Outdoor competition on the 2nd May 2004.


As a mark of respect for Ed, the annual University organised race was renamed: “The Ed Prickett Memorial Road Relays”. Ed was a remarkable Person whose enthusiasm and laughter reflected upon us all.


2017 Entry

The deadline for Early Entries is the 10th March. You can enter the event on the day at the registration point.


Entry is £5 per person and £2 for students and staff of the University of Nottingham.


Information for on the day of the relay: On-the-Day-Info-sheet-2017

Results 2017 Ed Prickett Final Results 2017

Photos 2017:

Ed Prickett Memorial photos 2017 – Facebook

Ed Prickett Memorial Relays Photos 2017


Details on the event and previous results can be found below


Photos 2016

Information & Course details (2017)


This year Ed Pricketts will be held on the 18th March 2017. The map below shows the 2017 course.

Route change this year is due to council restoration on Highfields and route is leading on University Boulevard instead.


University Park Campus, Nottingham, NG7 2RD
Free parking & Toilet facilities.
Race to be run under UKA regulations.
Race licence No. 2017-25965

Registration and Race times

11.00 Arrivals and Registration at the David Ross Sports Village

13.30 Women’s race – 3 x 2 miles

14.30 Men’s race – 4 x 2 miles

Prizes for the winning team and fastest legs


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Any queries please don’t hesitate to contact us at ed_prickett_relays@hotmail.co.uk

In support of

In Support of Ron Pickering Memorial Fund

Half of the profits from the event will go towards the Ron Pickering Memorial Fund which was set up to help young British athletes fulfil their potential, and which Ed Prickett benefited from.

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