Great Yarmouth Prom 10k

13 messages
07/09/2002 at 13:49
Is anyone else who reads this forum doing this 10k ?

I have received confirmation from the organiser today that he's had my application so I will be there - it'll be the first time I've done it since 1992, and I'm looking to beat the time I achieved then.

A nice flat course (just watch out for the sand blowing against your legs in the "cool" October sea breeze !)
08/09/2002 at 10:17
I will be there, I think not running though. This is one for Mr Fat Girl Slim, I'll be watching with the children. Whats the course, is it all along the front?

Karen
08/09/2002 at 16:15
If the course is the same (which I would expect) it starts at the Leisure centre on the prom, goes down past the pleasure beach and then loops back on the path next to the sands - back up as far as the bowling greens and then back down to the leisure centre on the prom.

Very straightforward, flat and fast.

I just hope the weather is nice !

I don't know my number yet but if you see someone with a vest or shirt like the one in this photo please give me a cheer (I ould do with the encouragement !)
09/09/2002 at 09:09
What is the date for the Yarmouth race??

cheers

jenks
09/09/2002 at 09:51
Thanks Aluaka, I will cheer you if I see you. Race date is 13th Oct.
16/09/2002 at 13:58
Got my number for Great Yarmouth today - number 9 - this will NOT be my finishing position !
22/09/2002 at 16:03
Not run this course so reading the forum for tips.Sand blowing against legs(Ow)or wow if youre into that stuff.Cold sea breeze too! Sounds. . . . well cold,best watch the old nipple area then.See you all there you,ll recognise me. . . .balaclava,thermal gloves and hip flask(just in case).Good luck to all and may the best person. . . .have car trouble on the way to the event.
22/09/2002 at 19:48
From the details that came with my race number it sounds like they have changed the course since I last did it - it seems to be 2 laps now of a slightly different area, and it sounds like we don't run past the sand anymore !!

Shame - it added novelty value !
07/10/2002 at 00:30
Boing Boing .... a week to go - anyone else doing this one ??

For my pre-race ramblings of this race visit my homepage at:

http://hometown.aol.co.uk/aluaka/page1.html
09/10/2002 at 18:11
Hi All

I be there me and the girlfriend are going to make a weekend of it, coming up on Friday from Essex to do my 3rd 10k. Lovely area cant wait hope to do a PB if it is a fast course.

See you there
09/10/2002 at 18:16
Good to see someone else from the forum will be there - what no. are you Dean ? Ary both of you running ???

I;ll watch out for you there !
13/10/2002 at 00:22
UNFORTUNATELY, Wind and sand combined to make a major shovelling job necessary, so the course was changed a few years ago. The height under the pier is now sometimes only about half a meter and it's not a commandoes only race!
It's still near enough to the sea to feel the breeze an an easterly will add some sting.
GOOD LUCK
14/10/2002 at 12:55
Well, I've had an e-mail from Deanskipper, so I know he did well yesterday.

I struggled with my knee pain from the third km.

My full race report is on my homepage:

http://hometown.aol.co.uk/aluaka/page1.html

Did anyone else do this run, if so what did you think ???

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