In short: A good club race In full: My forth D-Day, but not my last. A well organised race. I do agree with the coment about the length of time the presentation took, where unfortunately quite a few of the winners had 'left the building'. I also thought that ear pieces were banned in all races! Not wishing to sound rude, but lapped runners can't hear you coming, which was a little tricky coming in to the finish! Thanks to everyone involved. Date of review: June 7, 2011
In short: An enjoyable race, well run In full: A nice, flat, fast course with enough to look at to take your mind off the pain and some smiling marshalls along the way. The organisation was very good and the posting of results very soon after people crossed the line was excellent.
My thanks to everyone who gave up their time to make the event a success. See you next year. Date of review: June 6, 2011
In short: Enjoyable sunday 10k, nice to run a smaller race. Well done In full: Very good 10k, not really a fan of multi lap races but this was nice. friendly runners and marshalls. New PB as well, so can't be bad. Well organised not problems at all. Date of review: June 5, 2011
In short: Good PB chances, shame medal was identical to last years! In full: Nice course and love running on the track at start & finish. Medal was identical to last years, would be nice for a different design. Good organisation at getting the results up so quickly, but why does it take 30 minutes after the last runner finishing to have the prize giving? Date of review: June 5, 2011
In full: Enjoyble run flat and you always knew where to run, very quick! i smashed my pb :) lots of quick runners too. First km is a bit narrow, very tricky to past fellow runners after that its smooth, weather was great hardly any wind. Would run it again for sure! Date of review: September 2, 2010
In short: A nice off road route In full: I found the route interesting and found the start in the stadium was a nice touch. Out on the main course it was crowded in place and some of the lady marshals really enjoyed shouting “mind the bollards” perhaps a little too much!