In short: Marvellous scenery, challenging course (manic) and organisation wasn’t bad as people are making it In full: I'd just like to express my gratitude to 3C10k and all those involved in organising and running the event. I concur with A A 29 on the issues he has raised, amongst everyone who has commented on this event only him was being fair. Unlike some who wants to see only the bad things that went wrong and didn’t enjoy themselves.
I run the 15k and was amazed that a large leading group of runners ignored the obvious signs on a large gate early on in the race which made me wonder if my bearings where functioning and at the end trust them to blame it on someone. Anyway the course was that challenging as it stated on the company website loads of climbing and fast downhill’s, I was glad it wasn’t more than 15k my legs would have giving up on me.
I thoroughly enjoyed the course. I know that there were issues with course signage and Marshalls, etc., but this is to be expected with a new event. Hopefully, over time the event will undoubtedly improve. Looking back it all added to the enjoyment of the race.
I would recommend the devil run to all runners for them to have a go; and judge on their own merit rather then read and listen to people who fail to give praise where it’s due. Mistakes are made in life (present) to make the future a better one. Date of review: October 11, 2012