In short: Excellent 2 lap course lovely countryisde with enough minor climbs to make you work for it. In full: This has been my best run this year. The organsistion was straightforward and facilities good. Very very friendly people on course and off - with lots of encouragement. Water in all the right places. Some minor climbs that give just the right amount of challenge - no purgatory.
Reulsts available on line inside 4 hours!! Date of review: September 26, 2004
In short: Literally, physically, metaphorically, breathtaking In full: Very welcoming race, well marshalled, friendly, reasonably good organisation. One more marshall at the junction wher "someone" changed the direction arrow and allowed us some extra out and bacck yardage would have been good. No doubt they'll be discussing that for years to come. Undulating, hilly multi-terrain did not set my level of expectation for what we got. We flat footed road runners had an interesting time and thanked God it had been dry recently. What a selection of fields and countryside to run up, over and down, with scenes of breathtaking beauty and lung bursting hills to climb before you got the chance to appreciate the views! And don't forget all the stiles! Definitely not a PB race but a great way to spend a Sunday morning. Starting and finishing at the local rugby club, where other events were taking place ensured a good turn out for the finishers and the added bonus of hot BBQ food for sale and a bar to quench that recent thirst. Adequate facilities for the field size. Reasonable goody bag and T-shirt. Good VFM and I won't hold the organisers totally to blame for the moved marker although I'm not so sure about the fron runners. Date of review: September 26, 2004
In short: Nice Run In full: Good race around the residential streets of Camberley - traffic not a problem. One bad hill and a few gentle ones. Nice run and very pleasant organisers! Date of review: September 26, 2004
In short: 3 big hills and about 50% off road/cross country - Not ideal for beginners In full: This is a fundraiser and as such attracts lots of beginners. The course has 3 really big hills and has about 50% off road/cross country....It was a bit wet and quite dangerous in places I thought....Thank god it wasn't raining
A course rethink is needed, it's no good for beginners Date of review: September 26, 2004
In short: reccommend for the first time marathon runner - one to enjoy! In full: Really enjoyed this race. Well organised with support from locals on route (jelly babies and water outside one house - excellent thank you)amazing course, made the time spent on my feet go very quickly Date of review: September 26, 2004