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  2. Ann Rautenbach says:

    A well organised race with great marshals and a special mention to Yan the tail runner who kept me motivated the whole way round and cheered me on to a sprint finish.
    Much appreciated.

  3. Aris says:

    Amazing race, excellently organised with great support all the way! Not much you can do to further improve it. Well maybe one thing. Hire a dozen of bulldozers and take down THAT HILL. ๐Ÿ˜€

  4. Michael Gallacher says:

    Brilliant race – look forward to it every year. That’s 11 in a row I have done this and that hill gets no easier. Well done to all the organisers and runners today. See you next year.

  5. Martin L (Lothian rc) says:

    Once again a terrific day out in Penicuik – race is really good – brilliant run in – enjoy the hill challenge. And the scoff afterwards – unbeatable. Everyone is so friendly – accredit to the club and the town .

    Thanks again

  6. Dean Carr says:

    Challenging course and great race hospitality. One of the best 10k’s in Scotland.

    Dean (Corstorphine AAC)

    • sooz says:

      Thank you so much for taking the time to let us know that you enjoyed the race – what high praise for our little running club and town! Hope to see you next year. Susie

  7. admin says:

    Comments below this one relate to 2012 and previous Penicuik 10k Races!

  8. Graham Young says:

    Big thanks to everyone involved in organising the race yesterday. Really enjoyed the challenge defo be back next year to try and better my time.

  9. Gerald Higgins says:

    Thanks to everyone who helped organise the 2012 race, I enjoyed doing it again (my 4th time now I think !) Can I get bonus points for matching my race number with my position, AND getting a palindromic time ?

  10. David Law says:

    Its good looking at results from the previous year, and back to 2006. What is the chances, after 25 years, could results right back to the first meet be listed?
    As my grey matter starts to deteriate, I start to get dates, results and times confused of my earlier races. I’m sure I took part in the first event, not realising it at the time

    • sooz says:

      Hi David
      I was given a lot of archive documents when I took over organisation and will have a look through it but I doubt that will be before next Saturday. Amazing to hear that you may have taken part in the 1st event 29 years ago, are you planning to run this year? If you are there then please introduce your self to me, it would be great to meet you!
      Susie

  11. Ian says:

    I am now 50 years of age and beginning to enjoy my running its all due to the one of the best coaches out of this world like Martin Hayman who has taught athletes by example and not running too fast to begin with. I find Penicuick 10K is a really good challenge for athletes and also for beginners who are still starting out.

  12. John Gibson says:

    Thanks to Penicuick Harriers for another excellent Event and post race feast. I fully intend to be back again next year to bag a decent PB (5 seconds improvement wasn’t quite enough for me this time but like to think the wind was what beat me this time around !). I agree with the earlier comment re the method of water dispensing, and think a small bottle, like that offered at the end, would serve better. Perhaps poly cups are a better “green” option but consideration could be given to bottles and having a few dedicated bins along the second half of the route (next to marshalled positions) for collection. Anyhow thanks again for a super event and superior post race feast – especially well done to the tea and cake ladies ! Hope to see you next year.

    • Susie says:

      Will pass on your thanks to the ‘tea & cake’ ladies as they are now known! We are reviewing the cup/bottle situation for next year. Thanks for taking part!!

  13. Richard Taylor says:

    I enjoyed that one with plenty of marshals to direct you and keep you right. The only thing that was more trouble than it was worth was the water station where cups not bottles were used. Most of it is spilt and trying to drink it slows you down. If there is going to be one then bottles would be better. Thanks.

    • Susie says:

      HI Richard, thanks for taking part in the race. Cup v bottles is up for discussion at our post-race meeting. We have always had cups there and bottles at the end, but will review. Susie

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