“After an unusually early start (certainly for Tom and I) and a very wet drive to Hessle, the rain stopped as we gathered for the 9 o’clock start and we ran in near perfect conditions.
The course was not as flat as I expected with the ‘steady climb’ between 9 and 10 miles coming as a bit of a surprise but the event is worth a try for the spectacular bridge crossings alone if you’ve never done it.
It’s a pity they don’t award super vets team prizes…”
Report from OAC’s Reid Haddow:
“Conditions ideal, cloudy damp start, slight rain, undulating course, plenty of long inclines, especially on the way home approaching the Humber Bridge, again strong winds in your face coming home across the bridge, finished in 1.49.33 pb this year, second mv65, age grading 69.1, very pleased.
1,381 finishers. Results from sport-systems.
Pictures in Club Photos.
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