In short: Fantastic support on a nice flat course In full: Great race. Marshalls were really supportive - a big thank you to them - and a big thank you to the Race Entry Secretary too.
My only little suggestion would be that I didn't find it very clear exactly where the finish line was as it looked like there were a few painted lines on the floor. After going on a bit of a sprint, I stopped thinking I'd done enough - but I wasn't over the line. Probably my fault for being a bit visionally challenged!
Overall enjoyed the race but just wish my legs had felt like going a bit quicker! Thank you to all who organised/helped! Date of review: May 22, 2012
In short: Springhillingly wonderful! In full: As a local Tunbridge Wells girl, I knew exactly what I was getting myself into.....and it was wonderful! Marshalls & support were fantastic - thank you v much. Organisation - superb, superb, superb! Atmosphere was wonderful.... and to top it all I got a sub-2 hr time - so well chuffed! A BIG thank to the Half Marathon Committee & Race Director...the hard work & fun starts for 2012 soon, I guess?? But enjoy the break before then & bask in the glory of organising a brilliant event Date of review: February 28, 2011
In short: Muddy, hilly, wonderful! In full: Fantastic muddy & hilly race with great organisation. A challenge but definitely worth it! A big thank you to the TW Harriers for all their hard work. Will be on my list of races for next year! Date of review: October 6, 2009
In short: A fun half-marathon In full: Brilliant water stations - always where you needed them. Lovely marshalls & great signage. This was my first half marathon & whilst my aim was to get round, I didn't quite get the time that I had hoped for. But I had fun - though my legs don't feel like they did today - and would highly recommend it. Small suggestion for next year is that better signage is needed round the golf course. Thanks to all those who organised - really enjoyed it & my daughters loved the bouncy castles - so much so they missed me finishing! Date of review: May 10, 2009