|Course Name||Port Erin 10k|
|Race Name||Easter Festival 10k|
|Measured By||Alan Postlethwaite, Grade: 1|
|Measured On||25 Feb 2018|
|Terrain||Slight climb in first kilometre and a half then gently undulating/flat. Another slight climb just after kilometre seven followed by a descent at kilometre 9 and then flat to the finish.|
|Surface||Mainly village and country roads and pavements plus approximately two kilometres of metalled pathways.|
|Configuration||Single lap plus approximately 200 metres.|
|Section of Road||Along Breakwater Road runners will initially have the full width of the road available but will subsequently be directed as stated in the course description. Crossing points are marshalled and Police presence is normally a feature of the event.|
|Right Turns||Shortest route|
|Grid Ref of Start||
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Race (with web
|Easter Festival 10k||IOM||Chris Quine||Manx Harriers||3 Mar 2018||30 Mar 2018|
|Isle of Man Easter Festival of Running 10k||IOM||Quine||Manx Harriers||3 Apr 2019||19 Apr 2019|
|Isle of Man Easter Festival of Running 10k||IOM||Quine||Manx Harriers||7 Mar 2020||10 Apr 2020|
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