Race Date: Monday 27th May 2019
The blurb said this:
Boasting a flat and fast course, this is an ideal race for runners of all abilities. Regardless of whether you are looking for a first 10k race as a personal challenge, to get yourself a season or personal best, or to fight for one of the top spots to secure yourself a prize, the Huddersfield Town 10k is the race to go for it. The low overall elevation allows you to push hard, and the 3 lap course allows every runner to feel part of the right to the end.
And then it said this:
Free Half Pint of Craft beer to all runners to be taken up on the day! Tap open from 11.30am.
Use your race number and voucher and visit the Magic Rock Brewery Bar (a short trip away from the Race Venue) for a free glass of their finest half pint of craft beer. For details of the Brewery location and products, click on the logo. Please, note the drink is available only on the day of the race.
I know which is the better selling point for me!!
Anyway, 196 runners in this year’s, which was won by Luc Burnip of Stadium Runners in 33.12. The winner of the women’s race was Helen Roby of Longwood Harriers AC in 40.35. Well done to lone Strider David Hewitt who was 1st in the MV65 age category.
Full results: here