|Course Name||Bourton Hilly 10K|
|Race Name||Bourton Hilly 10K|
|Measured By||Colin Tether, Grade: 1|
|Measured On||12 Feb 2020|
|Terrain||Hilly, with a long steep hill after the start.|
|Surface||Most of the course is on country lanes with the final section on grass. The section on grass is 66.3 metres long and the race therefore qualifies for a road certificate.|
|Configuration||One almost complete anti-clockwise lap mostly on carriageway, with the final section on grass.|
|Section of Road||Runners stay on LHS of carriageway and then, from junction F, the runners use the right hand side of the carriageway to the gate to the cricket club with the final section on grass.|
|Right Turns||There are no right turns except in Clapton on the Hill. At this location the runners have the right of way and stay on the LHS of the carriageway.|
|Comments||The route is shared with the Bourton Hilly Half which takes place at the same time. The finish section of the race within the cricket club must be laid out accurately shortly before the race.|
|Grid Ref of Start||
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Race (with web
|Bourton Hilly 10K||Gloucs||Tim Carter||Bourton Road Runners||22 Feb 2020||14 Jun 2020||20/107|
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