Reading O2O 10K

It's a two-and-a-half mile jog or bicycle ride from Muttley Mansions so it would be rude not to, really. Especially as a minor hamstring and glute niggle seems to have resolved itself.

So I'm in!

Can't go wrong with a Purple Patch event anyway imho ... 


  • Only me then?

    That was fab. A nice little outing along the river and into scenic Reading and back. Highly enjoyable in cool conditions, perfect for running. And did a reasonable time too.

    Any race with a tea n cake stand is alright by me.

  • I did it and thought it was great - a lovely morning, good organisation, nice route.

    It was my first official event in many years and I had a great time. Was very chuffed with my time, coming in just under my 50 min target. Roll on the Royal Parks half next week image
  • Loved it, where do we find our times I know roughly what I did but want to know the correct time. Thank you
  • The results are up already and are right here. Quick work, guys!

  • JohnFolJohnFol ✭✭✭

    Good to see you there Muttley. I hope the high 5 didn't throw you off balance!


  • MuttleyMuttley ✭✭✭

    Heh, we did make good contact ... image

    Good to see you there. I had a good race and was happy with my time. Enjoyed the day out!

  • I keep meaning to give this one a go but was elsewhere in the Reading area yesterday - cheering on my son and husband at the Mortimer 3k and 10k respectively!  A great event too, though Reading Roadrunners could get the results up a bit more quickly or at least put a notice on the website saying when they'll be ready.  I did the Newton Abbot Ladies 10k last week, there was no chip timing and the event finished around 12.30.  The results were on the Teignbridge Trotters website by about 3pm!

  • JohnFolJohnFol ✭✭✭

    Reading Road runners took a long time putting the results up for the Mortimer races?

    An even bigger hats off to Purple Patch then for being so quick with the O2O results


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