Testimonials

We have been lucky enough to receive a lot of incredibly positive feedback from our events. We work tirelessly to ensure that no stone is left unturned in assisting runners to get to the finish line in as safe and enjoyable manner as possible. Ultimately it is in huge part, the volunteers who make these experiences what they are. Here are some of things people have been kind enough to send us over the past 12 months:

Thanks for a great race at the weekend. The website, organisation and aid stations were brilliant throughout so very impressed for the inaugural event.

Thank you for an exceptional race. It is difficult to say how much I enjoyed the experience despite ending up crippled and cold on Benson Bridge. It was an all round brilliant experience and very well organised. The crew were all fantastic and went out of their way to help. I certainly have unfinished business with the TP100 and would love to take on the challenge again.

The organisation was just fantastic. From the speed of response to all the emails, the directions, the check in at the start, bag collection and buses from the finish. It was all unbelievably smooth, and all the helpers were just fantastic.

Just wanted to write to say a huge thankyou to you and all of the other aid station staff / volunteers for an amazing day on Saturday.  Neither of us had ever run much on the North Downs before and so were delighted to see that the terrain and scenery lived up to expectations.

Thank you for a great race. Very well organised. Great atmosphere. It couldn't have been better for my first 50 miler. I will definitely be coming back next year. 

Thanks for organising a fantastic event. Everything was well arranged, while at the same time keeping in low key and not commercial - a racer for runners by runners. The support staff and volunteers were very helpful and friendly, please extend my warmest thanks.

The volunteers were outstanding, and the course markings were incredible and way more than I was expecting - I didn't take my map out of my bag once!

All of the aid stations were so helpful- they just couldn't do enough for us, whatever time day or night- please pass on my thanks to any you may come across.

The SDW course was superbly marked and marshalled, and the aid stations were incredible.  I've never come across such enthusiastic, friendly and supportive people all willing to give up their own time to come out and assist us all. 

I really have to extend the most sincere gratitude and thanks to every single aid stationer and volunteer, they seemed to take all the weight and stress of at each stop :) Also the aid stations were stocked amazingly, reckon I took in about 6 or 700 hundred calories each time!


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