In short: real pb potential In full: this is a great little race and their are not many decent 10 milers left these days. my only minor grumble is where were the car park signs? and the a marshall directing traffic sent me to the wrong place!!! a map of where to park would be a help next year. other than that keep going, good stuff.
1-fast, almost flat route 2-well organised 3-easy to find
1-car park not signposted and misdirected by marshall
p.s. many thanks to the time keeper thant was counting down to 63min, you got me a 62 time
In short: Great conditions, always well organised. In full: Almost perfect conditions helped to make this another highly enjoyable Preston 10. Supportive marshals and flat course with great P.B. potential. Excellent changing/shower facilities. Date of review: November 20, 2006
In short: Its a relatively flat race,ideal for runners at all levels.Well organised. In full: A good stepping stone of a race for 10k runners who don't feel up to doing a half marathon. Well worth the effort.Highly recommended. Date of review: November 20, 2006
In short: Great race for PB's. Minor niggles stop this from being top class though. In full: This was my first competitive 10 mile run, having done 10k's before. The course was mostly flat, and I managed to shave a good amount off my own training 10 mile time, so I'm really glad I did it. The marshalls were great, as were the passing motorists on the A59 who were patient to a man/ woman when we crossed their paths at roundabouts. There was a good mix of club runners and willing beginners like me. It was a friendly race. If the organisers are interested, I'd make these constructive criticisms: the car park could have been signposted better at the roundabout, and although not important, medals and goodie bags always go down well. I did the Southport 10k last month, and the Liverpool one before that, and the sample merchandise (which I know the organisers did not pay for) was welcome. I would stress that these are minor quibbles though. It was well worth the trip. Date of review: November 19, 2006