|Course Name||Leverington 10k|
|Race Name||George Munday 10k|
|Measured By||Tim Cook, Grade: 1|
|Measured On||26 Jun 2017|
|Terrain||Race starts and finishes in the village of Leverington. It is completely flat, typical of the fens with no inclines what so ever|
|Surface||Starting and finishing in the village of Leverington the majority of the race is run on quiet country lanes. All are tarmac with no grass parts. Lanes are narrow in parts and roads will remain open to traffic|
|Configuration||The route is a single lap route, run in an anti-clockwise direction|
|Section of Road||Runners should keep left for the majority of the run. There is only one right turn of note, which will be marshaled to allow runners to take the shortest line, as measured. Pavements, where they exist, are not wide enough to accommodate runners|
|Right Turns||As stated above, one only and will be marshaled to allow runners to take to shortest line|
|Grid Ref of Start||
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Race (with web
|George Munday 10k||Cambs||Richard Betts||Three Counties RC||7 Jul 2017||1 Oct 2017|
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