In short: Excellent, recommended. In full: I've done a number of different 10Ks in London and this is my favourite so far. Professionally-organised but not in-your-face and still friendly. Big enough but not too big (about 1000 runners). I'm not a fan of multi-lap courses but this is OK. Also good to see it supports local running clubs (you use their clubhouse) and charities. It definitely has PB potential. Date of review: August 30, 2011
In short: Loved it! Great atmosphere, gorgeous scenery and excellent PB potential In full: My first Pride 10k - had read good things about it and they are all true. Very well organised, particularly liked the cream cheese bagels at the end. The marshalls were excellent, really encouraging and friendly. Plenty of people lining the route cheering you on. Great goody bag - loving the towel. And to top it all I beat my PB by a whole minute. Definitely on my race calendar for next year and probably the happiest 10k I have done so far. Thanks to all the organisers :o) Date of review: August 25, 2011
In short: Nicely organised & a definate PB race In full: Three laps of Victoria Park, perfect for a PB hunter. I'd hoped for a 53 min, somehow got a 51:46. Mrs also enjoyed her first 10k.
Atmosphere was good at the end of every lap where the majority of support was. Could have done with some toilets near the start line as this was 600m from the finish area. Also would have been good to have the water station on both sides of the path to spread out runners.
Excellent course though & a nice towel to boot! Date of review: August 24, 2011
In short: Another well-organised, good-spirited Pride Run In full: Once again this was a great race. The atmosphere is upbeat, the crowd diverse in background and ability, and the organisation is great. Newbies and experienced runners will get something out of this. Date of review: August 24, 2011