In short: Flat and undulating?!!!! Not the race I ran. In full: The organisation was very good though at one point i did wonder where I was meant to go as the race was smaller than most and at times i felt I was running by myself. The start was fast with the 10k starting with the 10 mile which felt hard but produced a personal best. The hill in the woods was a killer and definately did not fall within my definition of undulating.I loved the changing scenery and it felt like i really had taken a run in the country. Shame that the chip was not set up to log our times at the start. What is the point? And the results - where are they? Date of review: June 15, 2010
In short: Hard and enjoyable multi terrain run. In full: Nice run through scenic countryside. Challenging hills and well marshalled. A little few extra signs would have helped those who didn't now the site find the toilets and baggage area and Start! Beware runners doing the 10K who pull your pace along a bit too quick! Date of review: June 14, 2010
In short: 'Undulating' 10 Miler - A good challenge In full: Nicely organised, friendly marshalls, nice countryside and a testing route. Well done BSRC. Only query with the chip timing is, having brought it in, why no mat to log start times. It took me a few seconds to cross the start line from the gun due to all the 10K speedies in front of me. Makes the accuracy of chips a bit pointless. Otherwise a good morning out and well recommended. Date of review: June 13, 2010
In short: Well organised friendly race great course In full: Ran the 10-k which had enough climbs to make it a fairly tough run, great organisation, marhsalling, and friendly crowd. Good Sunday morning out.
First time here but will be be back in 2011 for thre 10 miler. Date of review: June 13, 2010