Last updated: 15-Nov-18
By Kathryn Bullock
We’re pleased to announce that we have another lucky prize draw winner for August so many congratulations to Mark Gibson (@nosbig007) who will receive a box of Bounce Balls.
Every month you have a chance to win a box of Bounce Balls when posting a race review – plus we’ve just launched our next exciting prize draw – read on to find out more.
Here’s Mark’s review for the Hell on the Humber race which is held each year in Hull. It’s a tough challenge but Mark is even up for more punishment next year.
Many thanks to everyone who posted some great race reviews on the site last month. Here are some of the best runner reviews but let us know which ones you think are the best of our highlights below.
Many thanks to Philip for his detailed account of a hard core race surviving lightening storms and flash flooding in the Trailtrekker race in Skipton, North Yorkshire UK.
We also liked this review from Aaryn about the scary Eastern States 100 race in Pennsylvania where you have to watch out for bears and snakes!
We especially liked the review from Nat Couture on the Fat Dog 120 Trail Race in British Columbia, Canada with some useful tips. He said he thought it was tougher than UTMB. We also liked the review from Aitch who said the race was life changing.
This is an honest and indepth runner review from RYWebb of the North Downs 100 race which happened last month in Farnham, Surrey (UK).
Thanks to David Greenwood for the very helpful review on the Peak Trail Intro Ultra (48km) in South Yorkshire, UK.
We have some good reviews of the Dukeries Ultra in Sherwood Forest, East Midlands UK and thanks to ImsoDave for his honest review
Many thanks to Shaun (SponteousPlan) for reviewing his first ultra – the Round the Rock race in Jersey which he describes as beautiful.
For the skyrunners amongst you, have a read of KeithMulvey’s very honest review of the Tromso Skyrace – you have been warned!
Finally we enjoyed reading the review from Rondelozier on the 2015 Leadville trail 100 run in Colorado, USA.
A big thank you to everyone who took the time to share your views.