In short: Good race! shame about the start though. In full: Very well organised race with an abundance of jolly marshalls. Yes the start was a bit muddled but it didn't detract from what is a good race. Nice T-shirt momento aswell
Well done Bedford Harriers Date of review: December 12, 2005
In short: A good race when the sun came out just after the start. Not as hilly as I remember from last year too! In full: I really enjoyed this race. I finally broke my half marathon 2 hour goal (after 5 attempts!) and took over 9 minutes off my personal best just three weeks ago at St Neots. I've not sure how but I just had a fantastic race. Really well marshalled. Well done Bedford Harriers. Date of review: December 12, 2005
In short: It's already been said, 'Fun, great atmos' In full: Everyone very friendly. Country sidey bits very nice. Hilly bits not so good with slight hangover. Nice to get xmas pud at the end. Date of review: December 12, 2005
In short: Enjoyed the race, but what happened at the start??? We didn't hear any starting countdown or gun, but suddenly we were off! Still, nice scenery, friendly marshalls and a good overall experience, despite the hills! Date of review: December 12, 2005
In short: Started with a slight cold and in foggy weather. Finished in sunshine and in under 2 hours, and feeling fine. Made my weekend. In full: This is a local race for me so will be on my regular race calendar. Also ran it last year but this year's experience wa much better. Mick & Phil the Marathon Lads finished ahead of me too! Date of review: December 12, 2005
In short: My hometown race, and what a good one too! V well organised In full: Really good race, undulating course with a nice downhill finish. Well organised, could do with a new t-shirt after it being nearly identical as last year. Date of review: December 12, 2005
In short: Scenery was probably quite nice - if you could see it... In full: Cold and hideously foggy, but I found running hard kept me warm enough.
This is the flattest 10K I've done and has definite PB potential. The only incline of any note is the bridge over the M40, though parts of the airfield were a little slippery in the wet.
Thought I was on for a cracking race about halfway round...until I realised that I wasn't running that fast after all, and it was just that a couple of the markers were mis-placed. Date of review: December 12, 2005
In short: Tough but enjoyable, lots of muddy fields and trails, good organisation and checkpoints In full: A real oddysey of South Yorkshire, from active, disused and regenerated coal mines and mining areas across beautiful parks and countryside and taking in some of the very pretty villages to be found here as well as some pretty ropey areas. My first, so i'm no expert but i really enjoyed this. Date of review: December 11, 2005
In short: Very tough going up, easy coming down! In full: Having read the 2004 revues, I can now confirm that they are pretty accurate. This is a pretty tough 7 miler, uphill for most of the first 4+ miles, downhill the rest. Great scenery and a nice big Christmas Pud at the end. If you want to do something a little more challenging than a Great Run 10K, then try this one!. Date of review: December 11, 2005
In short: Good fun run In full: only one IT glitch - which could have been disastrous as it didn't look like I was entered even tho I had my online confirmation no. Sorted out no problems - very helpful chaps Date of review: December 11, 2005
In short: An excellent race and a new pb! Awesome!! In full: a great run and wonderful organisation. Water stations were frequent and the mashalling was great - couldnt have asked for more. will definitely be back next year. keep up the good work! Cheers Date of review: December 11, 2005