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Monday, 23 April 2012

Angmering Bluebell 10k and 10M 2012 now live

The free download photo gallery for the 2012 Angmering Bluebell 10k and 10 mile run is now live and online here: 

As ever Mick has done a race report that has been put onto the run247 website here. Which gives me a little more lattitude to put some of the other pictures online...

With the weather forecast for the weekend of rain, rain and a little more rain if you fancy it, London Marathon Sunday was really rather pleasant with puffy white clouds skitting gently over the horizon. With Mick and the REP team putting on the first of the seasons events by adding a 10 mile run to the traditional 10k route, the opportunities for a few more scenic shots across the south downs escarpment becomes a possibility. The only trouble being - how do you get the 10 mile runners and get back in time to get the 10k runners on the course. Time for that photographers trick of omnipresence, also known as hiring that TARDIS off Dr.Who. On the other hand, there was permission to drive around the private estate - so a bit of that got used too.. no speeding of course.

The new 10 mile course map is online here:

It rained shortly after everything had been finished and cleared up, so obviously the start times are just about right !

Well done everyone on a great run, I hope you enjoy the free downloads - get them out onto twitter and facebook, or wherever else you blog and show friends and family what you have been up to recently.

Just before 3 miles on the new 10 mile route

A short run out for Ultra Runner Jan

Early Surrender from the Tone Zone team

Happy hello waves

Having swept the course clear, all smiles at the end

Mick and the serious business of sorting the results and prizes

double thumbs up on the way through the woods

Watch out - James Walker from Steyning is back on the scene. Winning.

nice weather for a run in the woods

thumbs up flying all the way

I just saw an Owl this big. Yeah right.
Kay and the girls enjoying the day

a moment of dramatic license, about to launch into a bit of opera

Steve cleaning up round the course

Yes - Bluebells !

How many Owls can you see here ? 4 if you look carefully

Yep - Owls, barn owls we think

quickly through in the early 2k

The last hill really isn't that difficult. Honest. If you win the Race like Andy here did.

top tip- Blokes: always remember to tell registration if you swap numbers with a woman and beat them all.

Suppliers of prizes and sponsors of things that go bling
Until next time - possibly the Steyning Triathlon ?

For now enjoy these free downloads: 
all the best

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