In short: Some good things, some bad things In full: There are some things that I really liked during this event but unluckily not everything was at the same level. I'll start from what I liked. A good scenario along one single lap on different surfaces made the course never boring. It was plenty of loos, there were a good number of pacers and the participants have been divided in different waves at the start. On the other side, I didn't like the unsupervised baggage area (apart from a single small table to leave valuables), the very narrow path in some sections, the open-traffic roads (we had to stop at a certain point to let a car go through), not enough marshals at some key points. The goody bag was barely sufficient (I've got more stuff at cheaper events) and they ran out of tech t-shirts very soon, when I completed the half there was only small size available. I'd run it again only if at a cheaper price (I've paid £30 in 2014). Possibly they should put the t-shirt (not remarkable at all) as optional during the registration process. Date of review: March 30, 2014
In short: A well worthy event In full: A good 10K around Brockwell Park. The park is nice, tho after 3 laps it gets a bit boring. Luckily it was a sunny day so it helped a lot. Unfortunately it was also full of kids and people walking with the dogs and at some points it seemed an obstacle race! There's a long hill to be run up and down, but it's not very steep so I found it enjoyable. It's a well-organised and friendly event, atmosphere similar to a parkrun basically. No goody bag as advertised but a medal, a t-shirt, bananas, biscuits and water at the end were more than enough compared to the very cheap entry fee (£10 + £1.50 booking fee). The only missing thing was a water station half way. Overall it's a good event and I'm happy I run it once.