In short: Rubbish but brilliant? Just brilliant I'd say! In full: Excellent race, well organised, well marshalled and quite challenging at times! Some nice scenery interspersed with some housing estates! All in all a cracking run, definitely back next year!!!
In short: Yet another superb race from Stockport Harriers. Enthusiastic support from the marshalls. Having your name on the race number really helped In full: Great Goody bag. Enjoy this race year after year. Superb commentary from Tony Audenshaw and a unique selection of music to start us off (Benny Hill Themme). Date of review: December 12, 2012
In short: Favourite race of the year! In full: By far the best race of the year. Stockport Harriers go a long way to make the race as enjoyable as possible, very well organised, excellent goody bag and very enthusiastic marshalls. The fact that the race is always full, (with a waiting list) some time in advance goes to show how popular the race is. Date of review: December 12, 2012
In short: Love it In full: Even though I didn't run it this year I helped out and you probably all saw me with camera in hand and here is the link http://www.flickr.com/photos/90958055@N04/sets/72157632218413426/ Enjoy Date of review: December 12, 2012
In short: Great race - highly recommended In full: Very well organised race and a good sense of fun - the "John Motson" style announcer was a hoot. Brilliant marshalls and very well organised. Had an problem with the chip timing and was initially missed off the results but the scarily efficient race director soon got that sorted and arranged for Power of Ten to be updated. He even personally handed over the prize I should have got on Monday evening - hows that for service! I could probably manage without the meal worms in the goody bag so that would be my only request for next year - less worms and more chocolate. Date of review: December 11, 2012
In short: I was the lady marshalling in the big red sombrero. The organisers take pride in making this a good race, well done to all involved, especially Neil! A brilliant day. Date of review: December 11, 2012