In short: What happened with the results? In full: To repeat what I said on the forum:
On the online entry form, there were fields for club name and corporate team. Plus a field to enter your employer's name (to do with charitable donations I believe).
I think that if you entered your employer details, it has put this into "corporate team" and wiped out club name. God knows how or why. Even the race winner appeared to have no club, but be running for the Post Office!
This is very annoying as we like to round up all our results for club night announcements. This year we had quite a few new members running in club vests for the first time, and it's hard to find their positions and times (and they don't get to see their result as a club runner - quite a buzz when you're new to it).
And at least one of our runners is entirely absent from the results - and he ran a PB!
In short: A really good, well organised event. In full: A there and back run. Although there were over 65oo taking part there was little or no conjestion. A well organised event. Tee shirts as prizes at the end were good, although I'm a medal man myself. Knocked a few seconds off my PB so the course was fast as predicted though there were some steady climbs. Really enjoyed the day, thank you Leeds. Date of review: November 25, 2007
In short: Help The Aged - Kill the Planet In full: well not quite, but 9:30 start on a sunday hardly encourages the use of Metro public transport although credit to National Express for having early services. Overall it was well organised and I don't mind paying over the odds for charity. Date of review: November 25, 2007
In short: Flat and fast In full: Start and finish area much improved, well organised, aerobic warm up (if a little shrill), well marshalled, plenty of street parking, good atmosphere, decent t shirt, all in all a good morning out, congratulations to the organisers. Date of review: November 25, 2007