In short: Well organised event. Just about perfect running conditions In full: It is a two lapper but still went quickly, the run through the country areas definitely good. Excellent organisation for a big half. Well marshalled, friendly support all round the course, local people out in force in places. Date of review: November 24, 2013
In short: Home town half marathon In full: Very windy as it's two laps of open fields. Lovely atmosphere, perhaps as it's a home run for me and I was able to spot lots of friendly faces along the way. The medal is worth having and the goody bag is the best I've seen in 8 half marathons - water, banana, energy drink, crisps, mars bar and I believe, a nutrigrain type bar as well. Date of review: February 18, 2013
In short: An excellent Half Marathon In full: This is the 5th time in as many years that I have run this race and it will always be a permanent fixture for me as long I and the race keep going! Conditions this year made it difficult for runners to obtain a PB, although it is potentially a PB course. Excellent marshalling, car parking and toilets all very good. Great medal, one of the best bespoke I've had, although all of the medals from running this race have been very good. Goody bag, packed with crisps, bars, drinks and no unwanted bits of rubbish which I have received in other goody bags over the years which go straight into the recycling. Well done and thankyou to all of the people who make this race a very special event in Norfolk Road Racing calendar. Look forward to November 2013! Date of review: November 30, 2012
In short: Excellent organisation makes a great event In full: CONAC have a well deserved reputation for organising top quality events. I am a race director so appreciate all the work they put in to staging a first class race. This year was tough due to the very strong winds. It is a very good event and runs like clock work despite having an entry of 3000. I race most weekends and would say that its one of the best organised races I have done. The Trowse 10k in April is of a similar standard.