In short: what happened to the hot weather!!!??? In full: 3rd time doing this now and as ever a great local race. always well organised and a magical start by paul daniels lol! did a personal best today of 48.13 which i was very pleased with...helped by the very runner friendly weather conditions. good amount of water stops and the support all the way around was good! looking forward to next years already! well done wargrave runners! Date of review: June 12, 2011
In short: Well-organised, great local race In full: A challenging-enough course was made easier with more runner-friendly weather this year than last, and once over the hill in mile 3, it's mostly flat or downhill all the way home. Had enough left for a sprint finish to bring me in with a PB of over a minute, so very pleased. Course was well-signposted, three water stations is good for a 10k, and the start finish area was very well organised. Will be back next year to make it 3 in a row. Date of review: June 12, 2011
In short: Love this race! The only thing to fault was the weather! In full: This is my fourth year of running Wargrave 10K and by far my favourite 10K. The organisation and the friendliness of the event makes this a must for anyone wanting to run a 10K. The only think different from the last 3 years was the weather and it felt more like a November morning than mid June! That said and once Paul Daniels had sounded the starting horn (even his magic couldn't bring a glimpse of sunshine), the race was its normal "enjoyable" event with glorious country roads and the occasional hill. It is hilly in places particularly the first half of the race but also personal best potential. I achieved my personal best improving by 3 minutes from last year to come in at 42.37 but I must say a big thank you to a fellow runner who ran alongside me for the last 4K and we kept each other going to both achieve personal bests! See you next year Wargrave and thanks for another wonderful event fantastically organised as ever! Date of review: June 12, 2011
In short: A wet Wargrave for once!.. In full: Damp, but far from dreary this year, and the hills were still there to catch out the weary traveller!..
This was my first time here and found the course to be not as tough as was billed, so maybe it was all that rain that kept me cool and the cold kept me going as I managed to gain a rare PB for the distance. The undulations were certainly there, but there were a few ‘PB Boosting’ down-hill stretches which certainly did not go a miss and the friendly marshals (and soggy scouts) braved the conditions admirably; so thank you very much, Wargrave Runners, for hosting this excellent event and hope that it is bright and sunny for you next year. Me? I think that from now on I prefer the rain …
A really well organised and interesting, rural route. Date of review: June 12, 2011
In short: Great race, great T-shirt....many thanks! In full: Hillier than I remembered and it's always hot for Wargrave 10k, but it's a great race and very well organised. Lots of enthusiastic marshalls and supporters, lovely cake stall from the Brownies, well done to everyone.....and another Wargrave special T-shirt for my collection! Date of review: July 4, 2010
In short: Excellent Race Again - Wargrave Runners should be proud of themselves. In full: This is the best organised race I have entered. Everything, and I mean everything, ran like clockwork again. Numerous marshals and locals giving lots of encouragement around the course and even a couple of showers on the way round which were very much appreciated on this warm morning. This is the third time I have ran this race and this year I finally managed to break the 50 minutes by 2 minutes and a few seconds. I will be back next year to try and break 45 minutes. Well done again Wargrave Runners, you all deserve another big pat on the back and see you again next year.