|Course Name||Thorney 10k|
|Race Name||Thorney 10k|
|Measured By||Tony King, Grade: 1|
|Measured On||25 Jan 2015|
|Terrain||A very flat, rural route on country roads.|
|Surface||The route is all on tarmac surfaces and no pavements.The final 10m is on grass.|
|Configuration||Out and Back.|
|Section of Road||The route has been measured on the road only.The left hand side rule has been applied, especially where both sides of the sameroad are used.|
|Right Turns||Shortest line|
|Comments||The Finish is in the grounds of Bedford Hall. All roads will be closed for the race. The middle 6k section of the route uses a narrow road and if not closed to traffic, then it would unsafe for wheelchairs. The road should be marshalled to warn runners|
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Race (with web
|Thorney 10k||Cambs||Eamonn Dorling||Torney RC||11 Feb 2015||29 Mar 2015|
|Thorney Running Club 10km||Cambs||Laura Greenwood||Thorney Running Club||3 Feb 2017||26 Mar 2017|
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