Well the race was done and dusted last night with a new course record of 30.18 by Alex Whittem which was a fantastic run!
It was wonderful to see 71 runners turn up with a real broad mix of runners, some very experienced ones right through to first ever fell racers. We even had a visitor from Russia race!
It was a warm evening so there was a lot of perspiring from runners and from me with nerves!
We had a couple of incidents of course, a sprained ankle at the Crow Hill peak, a few lost runners in the woods due to a missed turning ( will try make clearer next year) and this leading to the unfortunate discovery of a wasps nest, a few stings were received, I hope all are recovered now.
As usual it was the volunteers to help and marshal that made the race possible, without them I wouldn't have had a clue, so big thanks to them.
We managed to raise about £370 for Ovarian Cancer which is fabulous, so it was worth speaking in public for, I hope you can all run again next year and spread the word, would love to raise even more money.