Aldridge 10K

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07/06/2009 at 13:47

I got wet!

great race, thanks to the organisers.

07/06/2009 at 14:22

Thanks all for a great turnout depsite the inclement weather, we had 550 entries for the 10K - an excellent field. Plus another 121 for the 5K.

 For once my (dry) position in the dark results dungeon was the most envied place of the day and I was probably the only one to end the day without webbed feet!

 Just proves that runners are mad!

 See you all next year....

07/06/2009 at 15:24
Top race - thanks Aldridge   Urrg but who ordered the weather ??.  Very pleased with my 69 mins something on a hilly course
07/06/2009 at 15:33

I honestly ddint think the course was hilly this year

weird

07/06/2009 at 16:37

PH - just shows how fit you are now!!!

Moggie - please pass on thanks to your crew out there today.   It can't have been much fun standing around in all that rain - it was cold enough running in it!!!   Infact, I don't think I got warm at any point in the run - bit different from last year when I nearly overheated!!

Here's to next year!

07/06/2009 at 16:44

I ordered sunny weather and no hills - seems I got only one wish...

 The results are posted on the Aldridge website here http://www.aldridgerunningclub.co.uk/arc10k.htm

07/06/2009 at 20:11

It just wasn't my day today and I had a bad run and my slowest time ever for a 10K  but the organisation was excellent and the encouragement from the marshalls first class.

07/06/2009 at 23:27

Thanks to all Marshalls and organisers

My first 10K and got round in just over 56 mintues so very pleased

08/06/2009 at 12:12

Hippo - I thought the same! I must have built it up in my mind to be really hilly, and then was pleasantly suprprised! - unless someone flattened out the hills. Mile 6 was a bit tricky though.

well done everyone

08/06/2009 at 13:53

This was my first race and I was terrified, everyone else looked like professional athletes but once we got going I absolutely loved it and am really pleased with my 53 mins although I thought I was going to die on that never ending climb at the end. 

Anyway, thank you to all involved in the organising and the marshalls who definitely also deserve a trophy and I am now looking for another race and hope to be back next year! Cheers!

08/06/2009 at 14:06

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2440/3604061234_d3345a1dee_o.jpg


Thanks to the members of Aldridge RC for making me feel at home. My photo's are starting to appear on line at www.dk10k.co.uk

08/06/2009 at 19:24

If there is a 5K runner out there who does not appear in the results please let me know. I found two un-identified runners today, but one remains!

Anne

08/06/2009 at 19:27

Brian,

 I think you gave us a link to DK rather than the ARC photos?

Great ARC photos by the way - really capture the "atmosphere" (wet) of the day!

08/06/2009 at 20:28

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