Agree about Endurance Life signage - excellent all the way round. I've earmarked three for next year...
Haven't yet ventured into 100-milers, T Rex - saving those for when I don't feel dead after 50s, but gven how my running obsession seems to be progressing it's probably inevitable at some point!!! You, Fellrunner, Luna Man, Collie Dave, Steve Zodiac and Nurse Gladys have a lot to answer for
Beachy is a little bit harder - almost all off road on the South Downs Way bridleways and paths, and more undulating (quite a few hills before all of the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head for the last 7 miles), but a well-attended, well-run event. The one time I did it (as it usually clashes with Snowdonia) I ran 4h25 and then ran 3h51 at Snowdonia a week later. I'd like to do it again but keep coming back here for more, so unless the dates change I'll be committed (in all senses) to Snowdonia
Go T Rex - great race for celebrating your 100th!! If all goes to plan I hope to celebrate the same achievement at SNOD 2015: I'm only planning 40 for 2014 as I will turn 40 (yippee!!), and am already deeply indebted to OH and grandparents for childcare...
Thanks for starting the 2014 post, Chrissie - will intend to post more frequently this time
Definitely back for another attempt in 2014, along with another 39 marathons in 2014
Panad - that's what I said when I had 5; the problem is that I now have 7 so need to push on for 12 ??
T-Rex (or Brer!) - put me down for 3:50 next year: not sure I can do 3:41 again as I've no idea how I did it!!!
Juleswill1 - I couldn't find it either, but will keep searching as I usually post a review for my favourite races, of which this is pretty much top of the list.
Suzanne - the last couple of years entries have opened online on 1st January, but keep your eyes on the official site as they normally confirm race date and entry opening a couple of weeks after the previous race finishes; alternatively, someone will post on here as soon they know, and you get the benefit of great chat as well!!