I reckon this one will sell out before Christmas so get in quick. This area is not open to the public at all and in Feb 13 they will start building work on the course to make it a lot easier, so this could be the only chance to run the actual Olympic course.
I better start training I saw some of those climbs on the TV ! Who said Essex was flat ?
Events should be advertised in the Events section, rather than in the forum.
Have run cross country at Hadleigh many times over the years - should be a good event.
You are right Grendel3 should be good and something a bit different but very tough !
The event will be online just as soon as somebody at Runners World flicks the switch!!
Details have been submittted to them - we're just waiting .....
sent mine in by post
I've entered online vis RW website and it took my money, so i hope its working.
Hope you have done plenty of hill training Paul
Online entries are now being taken - so your money is safe Paul!
Are there still places left for this ? Or can I enter on the day ?
There are still places, a friend of mine has entered today.
There are still entries available either online or by post - at this stage though we cannot promise that on the day entries will be available. The entry list is filling up quickly and there's a fair chance the race will be full.
Is there a sign up list for this anywhere as Im sure I have entered with my son by post some time ago but havent received any numbers yet and I need to confirm my places
Stlaang - if you'd like to drop me an email at email@example.com I can conform if we've received your entry. Numbers and race instructions will be mailed out next week - we're just awaiting delivery of the race numbers.
On a separate note we carried out a further course inspection this morning. Although it wasnt drenched it is almost certain that the course will be muddy on race day. The course itself is a true multi terrain one - we will be using the concrete road, some grass footpaths and quite a bit of the mountain bike track used in the 2012 games. These tracks are a mix of loose gravel and hard track - and our advice would probably be to use trail shoes and certainly not spikes.
More information on the course will be included in the race instructions.
The race is two laps.
Your entryw as made quite late but youn should have received your race instructions by email.
This Sunday's Hadleigh 2012 Legacy 10k should go ahead as planned.Read here about our weather contingency arrangements.
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