I think it stops people slipping on lots of discarded tops. It is frustrating not being able to carry the full bottle but I think its more of a safety thing from the organisers point of view.
At larger events it's quite common to have the choice of a bottle with or without lid.
Ahhh it all makes sense, it's so we keep running!
Knew there was method in the madness - like the thumb idea cougie!!!
plastic cups, do they still use them in races, filled up from a plastic bin, in turn filled up by a garden hose?
The world is changing faster than I am
BOTF bless you for opening bottles.
Are you also one of those angels who bend down to take my chip off when I could no more bend over and do it myself any more than I could run another half marathon?
They really should inherit the earth
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