|Course Name||Easingwold 10k|
|Race Name||Easingwold 10k|
|Measured By||Paul Hodgson, Grade: 1|
|Measured On||5 Apr 2014|
|Terrain||Undulating with challenging inclines|
|Surface||Mostly on tarmaced Rural roads/Country Lanes of a decent good quality. Some rough dirt tracks along Daffy Lane 5.5k-7.8k in particular in the vicinity of Woodhouse Farm. Short finishing leg 50m on Grass|
|Section of Road||The route will have very little traffic and is a mix of left right turns. There are a number of blind spot and the measurement assumed that the runners will be instructed to keep to the Left and not cross the Centre line. The exception being on the appro|
|Right Turns||on the approach to Crayke Village at the top of the hill 4.5k the runners are directed to the Right. They are to remain marshalled on the right side though the Village and beyond to the Right turn into Daffy Lane 5.4K|
|Grid Ref of Start||
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Race (with web
|Easingwold 10k||N_Yorks||Nick Wells||Easingwold Running Club||7 Apr 2014||27 May 2014|
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