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Manvers Dusk Till Dawn - Saturday 29th July 2017

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Jan 2017
4:56pm, 1 Jan 2017
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Velociraptor
I looked at that and thought, "Tempting!" then remembered I'm already doing the Lakeland 50 that weekend.
Jan 2017
9:32pm, 1 Jan 2017
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Bazza
Scott S - was speaking with the organiser a day or two ago and it sounds like they may well be going for chip timing this year - not 100% a deffo as some companies charge a fortune for it, but you never know eh!
Jan 2017
12:02pm, 2 Jan 2017
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Scott S
I planned on using it as a gentle training run (before Glenmore 24) more than going for a time so the wrist band option was fine for me. Split the run up nicely.

Don't think it's the sort of event that really requires chip timing, but perhaps a lot of club runners were using it as entry for another distance race or something and wanted something official in place. Few I spoke to had recently done ultras / 24hr runs etc. and had some planned.

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Evening all,

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