Selby Half Marathon. This was a cracking race - pancake flat but for a short incline over a railway bridge - and with great PB potential. And a one-lapper too which is always good.
I think the police refused to close certain roads which led to its demise though they may have tried it as a two-smaller-laps course before it fully died.
Ah. We mostly go on hol in the UK so squeezing in a cheeky parkrun isn't such a big deal. If I went to Cambodia I'm not sure I'd want to run (but then I don't do heat).
Straycelt's suggestion seems a sound one to me.
Trailblazer got axed last Autumn when the bods at the Countryside Commission (or whatever it is nowadays) decided they weren't going to fund it anymore.
The 'dib in' boxes are slowly to be removed over the course of the summer I hear.
Or was that R*nning F*tness?
Thanks HC. Is it a similar route to the Tadworth 10? (I did that one this Jan)
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