|Course Name||Sutton on the Forest 10k|
|Race Name||Sutton on the Forest 10k|
|Measured By||Paul Hodgson, Grade: 1|
|Measured On||13 Jun 2016|
|Terrain||A very flat course.|
|Surface||A multi terrain route with a mix of surfaces from good Tarmacadum roads, to gravelpaths, forest tracks. The perimeter road of the disused Airfield is of concrete/tarmacconstruction and potholed in many places, some remedial works may be required.|
|Configuration||Course is an out back of a figure 8 configuration but with a potential crossover point at 4.4k outward and 8.7k return.|
|Section of Road||The Course is unchanged from that measured in 2010, which has been confirmed by a routeinspection.The route is essentially off road and the measurement assumed that the whole of the track wouldbe available to the Runners, but care must be taken to ensure|
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|Sutton on the Forest 10k||N_Yorks||Steve Loseby||Easingwold Running Club||15 Jul 2016||25 Sep 2016|
A report of this course measurement will have been sent by the measurer to the first race director shortly after the measurement date. This should be consulted to check the exact details of the certified course whenever the course is used . It is suggested that runners and officials requiring these details approach the race director in the first instance. A copy of this report has also been filed by the Course Measurement Secretary, and can be scanned and sent to runners, officials, or race directors on request .
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