I thought it was a cracking race - easy route to follow and really appreciated the extra signage they'd put up in places for the likes of me who can get lost going to the shops, organisation was great pre- and post-race, fantastic volunteers and well-stocked aid stations.
Am much slower than you 2 above (can't believe you ran it in 04:28 - AMAZING!) but very chuffed with a time of around 07:04 for my second ultra.
So much for some time off, couldn't resist a cheeky 6 miler this morning - legs feel surprisingly fresh after the ultra. Am not going to do any 'proper' training until we get back from Peru in mid-June though.
Just completing our Brighton registrations too - 03:30 - 03:45 for me (although VERY much closer to the 03:45!)
Also doing my husband's and because he has a sub 1:30 half marathon time from this year he is eligible for the 'elite' start. Lombster and anyone who else who started with the elites this year - would you recommend the alternative start? Do you gain anything? Thanks!
Tillstar - a huge good luck for your hockey marathon, let us know how you get on.