Norton 9 (mile) is the first Sunday in March. A rural undulating course that is extremely popular with people returning year after year. Starting in Norton, very quickly the race gets out into the North Yorkshire countryside winding its way through scenic villages on quiet roads. Being early March the weather is usually bright and crisp (can’t promise that) and is a great way to shrug off those winter dark nights.
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Review of Norton 9, 2014This is an unusual distance, 9 miler, on an undulating course starting and finishing in Norton (Nr. Doncaster). It is a local small event, and had a nice running community feel.There is one whopper of a hill that I can recall, but other than that it’s not ...Read full review
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