The 5km course is flat and predominantly on tarmac roads/footpaths. This is with the exception of around 80m on flat grass. There are also a number of road humps on Anthony’s Bank Road. The half marathon takes place on a mix of tarmac roads/paths, trail and a 1.5 mile section on a coastal path. Our view is that the half marathon is not suitable for wheelchair athletes due to the nature of the terrain. Unfortunately it is not possible to make reasonable adjustments to the course to provide an alternate route.
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Bit on-road off-road blown on-sand and some rocky paths, basically a mix of terrains. The straight single track path at about 8/9 miles wasnt very welcoming; bit labourius and mind numbing. Good atmosphere at the start and finish and lots of support from marshalls. Just not for m...Read full review
1st timer at this event and the last the course is/was terrible how someone didn't break an ankle on the off road banked hill section is beyond me. i run both on and off road but this was something else. The section were you had to run on the banked hill was full of divots, holes...Read full review
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