In short: local 10k with good atmosphere and organisation In full: 2 laps around the town, not the most scenic but good atmosphere and organisation. A nice race for beginners. Despite the undulations, it's a reasonably quick course...and a new sub-40mins PB, so pleased with that! Only very slight grumble is that the results are not up online quicker (considering there was chip timing). Date of review: October 18, 2009
In short: A decent Sunday morning blast around Fleet In full: Being a local club runner the course is only a slight variation on our handicap night route. The race was well organised and the slight inclines do take their toll, well atleast they did on me!! I think its a decent race thats worth doing, a good race for just blasting around as fast as able.
I also supplied the lead car for the race, just a shame I didnt run fast enough to keep up with it!!
In short: very good and well organised event In full: First time that I have competed in this event since the first and found the experience very good. Slight niggle at the delay in prize giving but this the only thing. Excellent work by the race marshall's. Enjoyed the event, which brought back memories of being coached by Peter Driver in the late sixties and this event is a fitting memorial to him. Date of review: October 18, 2009
In short: Good fast course. In full: Really enjoyed this - especially after having had a hideous Windsor Half Marathon. Scenery nothing special as its just 2 laps around the town, but it's a very friendly atmosphere and well marshalled with roads closed. Will definitely do this again next year and use it as one to improve on PB. Date of review: October 18, 2009
In short: Normally not a fan of laps but I do enjoy this race. In full: A well organised race, especially as far as traffic control. A pretty quick course despite the mild undulations. Always one for my diary. Date of review: October 18, 2009