In short: Muddy fun. In full: Toasty warm HQ which was filled to the brim with 10k and fun runners collecting race numbers, goodies from the shop and tea and cake. The race started after singing the National Anthem and the race director declaring it would be "muddy".
The race was fantastic, happy (but cold) marshals full of support for the runners, no race for a PB but much more fun than chasing a time. A few comical moments ascending and descending mud everywhere. Its hilly but its also know as the "Surrey hills" so no surprise there. Amazing. Date of review: February 2, 2015
In short: Blooming good race. In full: I was leg three of the relay (Ranmore) and headed two miles up the hilsl behind Denbies. The route is out and back so those coming down said hello and visa versa although some looked like a pressure about to blow. The best part of the climb is the views to the left, worth every metre of climbing. Not too gruelling but challenging.
The decent fast and furious. Like being a kid again! I'll do this again next year.
Every single Marshall were amazing, encouraging and smiling. Thank you.
In short: Blooming tough. In full: It really is one to consider before you have a heavy new years eve! Surprised my legs got me up all the hills, all forgotten as I raced down to the finish line. Next year I will be there, and an outfit will be prepared beforehand! Date of review: January 2, 2009
In short: Stunning weather and a lovely run. In full: Really enjoyed the course and made a 30 min PB from my first half earlier this year. The roads were not too cluttered once past the first mile or two. The first water station needed more helpers as they were struggling to keep up with the demand... Other than that a rather lovely day out... I will come back next year... Date of review: September 23, 2008
In short: Splendid. In full: The weather, the course, the company and the happy marshalls all contributed to one fantastic race. The hills were a plenty not too demanding to stop running... One in the diary to do again and next time I aim to do it a little faster... Date of review: September 18, 2008