Here we dig back into the archives again, and have a look at a nice little race from Corsham Running Club Andy trotted up to Represent the club and kindly offered this review of the event (Now rearranged to 27th September 2020)
Corsham 10K – 23 April 2017 – Event Review by Andy A
Whilst many of the club were celebrating their achievements from the previous days 5k by over-indulging at breakfast, I was heading to Corsham as the club’s lone representative in the St George’s Day 10k. The website described the race as being gently undulating with a cheeky little hill at the 9k mark. Curiously enough, Nick described one of the hills in the Salisbury 10k as being cheeky, so I’m wondering if this is a term in common usage in road race parlance…or is our esteemed chairman guilty of plagiarism?
Now that the clocks have changed and we are all missing our events – We thought we would take a look back through our archives….. Here we attend Calne Running Clubs Clock Change Challenge….. Our club is growing, we are affiliated, we are having run-fun and we are getting bling….
Here we take a look back through the archives… Nick’s running story is a great read, and if you take a look at that first, you might just start thinking about doing a marathon yourself one day… #believeachieve…. Anything is possible.
I took part in the 6th 7th and 8th Salisbury 10s in the late 80s and sadly events that took place before the internet are long forgotten. The route was similar to the event these past 25 years, except the start and finish was at Victoria Park.
When I first came to Salisbury in 1985 I was surprised there was no running track in the city! I managed to win in 1985 but I remember it being a small field of 300 not like the near thousand now.
Interesting to note… despite better kit and training support, winning times are not much different today. I have attached the journal write up from 1987.