Chris. If you entered after last Saturday we held onto your numbers just in case they got held up in the post. You can collect them from registration in the marquee at the pub. Race details and maps are on the event page. I've just put some early warning notices up in the park and the bluebells are quite impressive - I think you'll enjoy it. Mick
Just to let you know the numbers, race details and maps were posted yesterday with a first class stamp so you should hopefully get them today or tomorrow. The first 1km is downhill, 2-3km are a gradual climb to the top of Monarchs Way (nothing too severe) then its flat to 5.5km, downhill to 7km then mainly flat to 9km with a couple of small bumps. Whilst the hill at the end seems daunting as you approach it, it is only about 200m long so before you know it it's over! Water will be at 4.3km and unless there's a heatwave this will be the only one on the course. I'll keep you updated if there's anything of note. Mick (Race Organiser)
Ran the course yesterday morning in a pair of standard running shoes and it was fine. Virtually all of it is dry now and the bits that are slightly muddy you can run around. The bluebells are coming out too which is good - two weeks earlier than normal. See you all next Sunday.
Hi Warren Sorry for the late reply, I've only recently been made aware of your post by our colleagues at Sussex Sport Photography. Unfortunately our event sponsors dropped out two weeks before the race and we were therefore forced to re-budget and decided against the photo offer. This had nothing to do with Sussex Sport Photography who continue to provide an excellent service. I think you also mentioned in the forum there was no medal, but this was never something we agreed to supply. Hopefully we'll see you again at another Raw Energy Pursuit event soon though. Thanks for your feedback. Mick