In short: Great fun in the Mendip Hills In full: Despite getting injured and having to walk ~2.5-miles back to base (for which I was docked 270pts for being late) I still enjoyed the event. As soon as the blisters heal and muscles soothed I shall start planning my return in 2011 - well done Martin & team. Date of review: June 20, 2010
In short: Thank god for Mud Claws! In full: My first time at the Terminator and gave me an opportunity to christen my Mudclaws which handled the mud admirably. Still couldn't see the point of that final hill straight up then back down Pewsey White Horse, apart from the fact that it was there! Date of review: March 1, 2010
In short: A great event and fantastic day out for the family. In full: What can I say other than this was one of the best events that I have ever taken part in. Fun was the essence of the day (and night) and it was there in bucket loads. Running through the Mendips looking for marker flags (pity some toe-rag nicked #2) and trying to beat the clock. Date of review: June 21, 2009
In short: Tough In full: The climbs and more noticably the descents were too steep for my unfit legs and so struggled on all but the flatest terrain (and there wasn't much of this). However at how many races do you get to see lemurs and meerkats? Date of review: June 8, 2009
In short: Great low key run across Salisbury Plain. In full: That nesting curlew may have added in a few extra hills, but atleast this year the course measured somewhere handy for 13.1 miles.
The times given in the results for the half all appear to be ~40seconds out.
A little disappointed that this year the mile markers counted up from the start of the Full Marathon, rather than previously where they have counted down from the finish, which benefits both sets of runners.