In short: OH ME OH MY, 3rd Hilly one on trot. In full: Came over from manchester with two good buddies, half expected a stroll, should know better, Yorkshire dont do stroll, thourghly enjoyed it though, After Idle two week ago, starting to class Yorkshire as my fave running place, Well Done All Concerned, Great organisation, even though we only arrived with 5 mins to spare. P.S. What a beautiful site at the finish, Nell McAndrew, got my shirt signed, Thanks Nell.. Date of review: August 2, 2006
In short: Excellent race - great atmosphere - a nasty steep hill! In full: Second time running this one for me, and I'd forgotten how bad the steep hill feels! I'd definitely do it again though, the atmosphere and organisation are spot on. Thank you Harrogate Harriers Date of review: July 31, 2006
In short: Suprisingly tough course In full: The course was a lot hillier than I was expecting with a very steep section at around 2 miles. Because it was a two lap course, this meant that you knew that it was also going to be very steep at around the 5 mile mark! Somehow I managed to get a PB on this course. I could have been that the finish was fantastic. Steep down hill through a throng of cheering people.
The organsiation was good, there was a bit of a crisis with a lack of safety pins but lucky I had brought some with me.
The only problem was that we had to park quite far away from the start. But I guess that can't be avoided for a town centre 10k. Date of review: July 31, 2006
In short: Undulating course and well organised In full: Different course to when I last ran it a few years ago, better for it as there are fewer hills believe it or not... Not as scenic now but still respectable enough. Well organised and a pleasure to run. Thanks Harrogate Harriers. Date of review: July 30, 2006
In short: Undulating? Check your dictionary. Having survived the cheeky hills it felt great to get a wonderful welcome into a great finish. Still trying to find the results on the interweb! Date of review: July 30, 2006