FRESH'N'LO Great Scottish Run

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10/09/2005 at 09:34
At Jedburgh there is a kids fair with rides/slot machines etc there is also an excellentcafe/canteen on the go after the race and the rolls and bacon really hit the spot after a good run.Last year Jedburgh was full a few weeks before the race so it may be that you wont be able to enter on the day this year either.

F.W. starts and finishes at the nevis sports centre where there are things for kids and mums alike.Nice cup of tea and biscuits when race is over,very good range of race prizes(not that i ever need to worry about that)but its nice to see some people get prizes who may not normally get one,cant remember if they do spot prizes at this event.

Usually a good turnout at both events with a couple of water stations on route and runners of various abilities.
Jedburgh usually has a good t-shirt but you have to pay for it and FW has an unusual medal.
hope to see you there.
12/09/2005 at 17:49
Coming back from injury and won't be ready for the Cumbrian half but Jedburgh is a possibility. Is it flat or hilly.
12/09/2005 at 18:30
There is a topic already opened for the Jedburgh half but here goes anyway.

Jedburgh-some ups and downs for first 2-3 miles then flat till halfway where there is a small hill then flat again till 11 miles where there is a bigish hill but when you get to the top its downhill all the way to the finish.Would be best to enter early as the entries closed a couple of weeks before the race last year.An excellent well run event
13/09/2005 at 20:01
Has anyone ordered any photos from the run on marathon-photos?

They look quite good although expensive
14/09/2005 at 14:51
I did in a weak moment. Mainly cause both me and my sister are in it and if we don't support this service it won't continue.

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