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|5Krunner||Steel City Striders RC||57:04||57:05||55:00||57:05||62.89|
|Born again runner||York Knavesmire Harriers, North Yorkshire Police AC (NYP AC)||50:19||58:41||1:00:13||56.71|
|Busy Helen||Pocklington Runners||55:07||56:02||56:02||55.12|
|Cazsoul||Bingley Harriers & AC||54:26||1:05:07||1:05:00||1:07:27||46.26|
|Elli of the North||Unaffiliated||55:32||55:32||56:57||53.26|
|Fun Runner||York Knavesmire Harriers||52:41||58:00||1:00:00||58:00||52.30|
|goodie||Pudsey Pacers RC|
|hls||York Postal Harriers||1:07:12||1:16:01||1:15:00||1:16:01||41.30|
|mark.h||Stainland Lions RC||50:04||52:17||52:17||53.54|
|mercury9||Wakefield Triathlon Club||49:09||54:58||57:19||49.94|
|Miserable Bleeder||100 Marathon Club, Wrekin Road Runners||59:29||59:46||1:08:00||41.16|
|NickyNoo||Barton & District AC, Lincsquad Quadrathlon Club||53:08||1:05:00||1:05:00||46.72|
|Noodlebush||Pudsey Pacers RC||44:50||44:50||52:10||60.18|
|Pix en France||Unaffiliated||48:29||53:15||55:00||56:00||54.30|
|Scruffy||AEGON, Edinburgh Running Network||42:02||48:00|
|Si79||York Knavesmire Harriers||35:18||39:01||39:01||68.99|
|Slickchicks||York Knavesmire Harriers||39:58||42:13||42:57||64.70|
|Teeny29||East Hull Harriers & AC||48:58||59:41||59:41||50.82|
|The Alchemist||Pickering Running Club, Ranelagh Harriers, Serpentine RC||40:55||44:15||45:22||72.95|
|tick follows tock||City Of York Athletics||33:14||34:36||35:45||75.47|
|Ultra Kanga Kazzaaaaah!!||100 Marathon Club||50:20||56:19||58:10||56.16|
|wAckie Racer||Ackworth Road Runners & a.c., UK parkrun Tourists||42:19||44:10||49:00||44:10||66.30|
|WeebleNana||York Knavesmire Harriers||49:18||55:31||57:16||56.52|
|Yorkshire Lass||City of Hull AC, St. Theresa's AC||47:12||51:57||56:17||57.10|
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Fantastic event - can't wait for next year..
watch time. After 3 weeks of no running,that's a better time than I deserve. Excellent fetch spotting at the finish - lovely to meet Kazoal (sp ?), Meglet and the Alchemist. Saw PamB, HLS and Suzeedee too. Good course, great weather, lots of local support. Two things detracted from the feel-good factor: race started 20 minutes later - rather poor. Also, no pens of banding of runners, so walkers and armchair athletes were all mixed in which meant the 1st 3 miles was like hopscotch. I'm not fast, but I dp want to run all the way round. I don't want to be stuck behind people walking and holding hands across with whole road. If the organisers get the grouping at the start right, I *might* do it next year.
Happy with PB, not under 64 mins which i would have liked but could not have gone faster.
Traffic in and out was a BIG issue, as was lack of banding for runners/walkers but a lovely route and would do again.
My four-and-a-half-year-old 10K PB has finally gone at the ninth attempt, but I wasn't aiming for anything like that sort of performance so it was quite a surprise. I really enjoyed the course and it was very well marshalled and supported.
A good number of us had major problems getting to the race on time - public transport simply wasn't an option from Leeds and I had to queue for three miles to park. I aimed to arrive at about 08:00 but finally parked (over 1K from the start line) with less than ten minutes to the planned start time of 09:00. Some marshalls told us that the race would start on time, but in the end I think we started at 09:20.
The start was exceptionally congested (much more so than the Leeds 10K) with no splitting of runners into target times, so I spent most of the first 3K running sideways. It's a very flat course with the odd incline, but unless starting right near the front you could experience frustration if aiming for a PB.
good course, well supported, average time for this year. Position 90 which is OK
Jane Tomlinson York - late start due to traffic congestion from A64 to carparks . Very enjoyable once the race got started - 3rd PB this week - I wouldn't of betted on that at the start of the week
Wonderfully flat - new PB!
tick follows tock
first race back after picking up a bloody achilies injury still not 100% but we will see how it goes not much running for the last 5 weeks or so
Absolutely fantastic race!! Got to be one of the best and most enjoyable I've ever done. A great big thank you to all involved.
I am currently in training for this race running for we are macmillan cancer support, currently doing 10 k between 40-45 minutes. wish me luck and gd luck to all