In short: Tough but Rewarding In full: Doctor Rob, you did it yet again! Fantastic organisation, horrible hills made bearable by enthusiastic marshalls a very friendly field of runners. A swim and a fry-up afterwards, what's not to like? My knee hurts now, but I'll be back for the Picnic. Date of review: March 7, 2011
In short: Beautifully hard In full: A fantastic race in near perfect conditions with outstanding organisation. The course is extremely testing but pays back all the effort with the satisfaction of running over beautiful tracks alongside the friendliest competitors you will ever come across. Many grateful thank you's to the marshalls. A jelly beaned fuelled extravaganva of a race! Date of review: March 7, 2011
In short: A Great day out despite the big hills In full: Another challenging run by the Trionium crowd, but very well organised and lots of friendly support before the hills. Liked the names on race numbers so people actually cheered your name rather than a number. Good gifts at the end but all were trumped by a great full english. Would have prefered a slightly earlier start but all in all a great event. Date of review: March 7, 2011
In short: Great race In full: This is a great race! I love the course and the all friendly runners. The organisation and marshals are second to none. Having your name on your race number is a nice touch, it’s such a boost when you hear your name – thank you to all those who shouted mine! Date of review: March 7, 2011
In short: A highlight of the year In full: My third time and the slowest yet but a race I am prepared to get off my sick bed to do. Despite the pain, both during and afterwards this was a race day that I would be loathe to miss; this is one of the most beautiful parts of England to be hobbling around. Date of review: March 7, 2011
In short: Superb race in a beautiful area with some killer hills In full: Brilliantly organised Trionium event. Tough race with great touches like the cooked breakfast afterwards, entertaining wife-carrying race before and quality medal, t-shirt and paper weight to take home. The only thing putting me off running next year is the price - I'd rather have fewer extras and a cheaper entry. Date of review: March 7, 2011
In short: Hilly challenging & different race In full: This was one I entered after a few glasses of wine thinking I'd get the hill training in. I'm not sure how much would be enough! My tactic was to walk the steepest hills & make up the time going down, which I initially thought would not work as there were a couple of frustrating bottlenecks near the start (both up and down) caused by volume of people on narrow tracks or going down steps. However there was plenty of opportunity in the second half to bound down the hillsides if you were so inclined (though the lower paths are stony and there are always the hazards of mountain & trail bikes and walkers). Definitely in a class of its own, one to repeat. Date of review: March 7, 2011
In short: Another great Trionium race, well organised, friendly atmosphere, well marked course awith great marshalling and a cook breakfast too finish, worth getting out of bed for on a Sunday Date of review: March 7, 2011
In short: Just what my running mojo needed In full: Great race, from start to finish. Hard course but that's what's so awesome about the race. Along with a real bond between the competitors who all look out and encourage one another.
Superb medal, t-shirt and paperweight. Not to forget the full English breakfast afterward.
From the parking through to leaving the race venue, it was well organised.
A truly unique race. Date of review: March 7, 2011