In short: Great race with good tea & cakes afterwards In full: Will be back next year. 2nd time of running it. Medals are good. My only suggestion would be can someone stand on the barrels to shut us all up for the two mins silence. I was at the back and sorry did not know it had started Date of review: November 13, 2006
In short: Brilliant race In full: One of the highlights of the year for me. Great course, good atmosphere and very helpful marshalls (who have a difficult and thankless task, holding up traffic on major roads - thanks, guys). Just one suggestion - give the starter a megaphone and do the one minute's silence properly - which means one minute and silence.
In short: How can there be so much downhill!? In full: A fantastic race, second time I've done this and will be back every year. Very well organised, great countryside and a good atmosphere. I think the starter could have done with a megaphone as most people weren't aware we were having a few moments silence for rememberance day.
A speacial thanks to the cute blonde who recognised us 'marathondrinkers' A full review and pics will be added to our site soon:
http://www.marathondrinkers.co.uk Date of review: November 13, 2006
In short: Fabulous cause, interesting course, very friendly, well marshalled and organised. In full: Don't change it!!! And in particular, don't make it any bigger... Thanks Leatherhead Firestation for putting on a wonderful 10k yet again. I'll be back next year! Date of review: November 13, 2006
In short: Great course, tough hills, pain the next day! In full: A really tough start with the hills, once you're up there though it's all worth while with a great downhill stretch to let it all hang loose. Well done Terry, the fire station and all the marshalls! see you next year. Date of review: November 13, 2006
In short: Faultless organisation...an excellent race In full: Perfectly organised, hugely friendly atmosphere, fantastic facilities, nice medal, very fast at the front (what I saw of it), spot prizes (I saw cinema tickets being handed out), and lots of familiar faces. As ever, they managed to organise perfect running weather in this very pleasant part of Surrey.
Some photographs from today's race, route map and other info on the race is now at www.trionium.com (which will become a homepage of sorts for the race...) Date of review: November 12, 2006