In short: Great race every year! In full: 5th time at Overton and somehow managed to post a 30 second PB despite that hill! Always a well organised and well-supported race with a good atmosphere- think I'll be back a few more times yet! Date of review: September 8, 2009
In short: Wonderful Village Race In full: I love this race, brilliantly organised, great marshalls, friendly locals and a beer tankard that has already been pressed into service. I would reccomend this run to anyone from first timer to racing snake. Date of review: September 7, 2009
In short: Enjoyable, well organised run In full: Well supported and organised race. More hills than I expected but nothing too bad and with two laps at least you know what's coming. Really liked the Saturday afternoon start and the refreshments and facilities at the Recreation Ground. Date of review: September 7, 2009
In short: Up and down and lots of fun In full: Nice to see that the organisers had flattened out the course this year! Seriously, it's funny how the memory always makes this race seem more challenging than it actually is.
Firsat lap is great to plan strategy for second half. All in all a decent warm up for the Autumn. Date of review: September 6, 2009
In short: Excellent race, well organised. In full: Great organisation, thanks to the marshalls and police for a very well organised event. Only gripe was the first mile was a bit congested. Nice beer glass, which came in handy in the local pub afterwards. Will definetely run this one again. Date of review: September 6, 2009
In short: Well Done Overton Harriers In full: This was my first time taking part in the run and I really enjoyed the hills we not as bad a people made them out to be. half pint glass was a nice touch too. Well Done to all the marshals. Date of review: September 5, 2009
In short: Fantastic orgaisation, Bigger races should look at hows its done here and take a leaf out of Voverton harriers books, well done all for a GREAT Race year on year. (Yes it has hills, but also down hills as well...) Date of review: September 5, 2009