Race Directors take note: #Bewl 15

Just a little note to say thank you to the RD of the Bewl 15, Albert Kemp. He didn’t bother to get me to a race village days before the event, he hadn’t tried to sell me crap I don’t want, he didn’t send me lots of emails or send me to his preferred partners.


What this Race Director did was send me a couple of useful and detailed emails, make the entry system easy and give me lots to cheer about in terms of in the day organisation and cake. Most importantly though he posted me out my race number and for that I salute him and those who may have helped him lick envelopes.

Take note other races – post me out my race number!  

  1. It takes all kinds. I hate having my race number sent to me – far too many opportunities to lose it. On the day collection every time!

    • ultraboycreates said:

      That’s fair enough but I appreciate the extra effort in making me think about race day, making me nervous and focusing my mind. But I see your point and always worry about losing it

  2. I’m going to this!! Massively looking forward to it – but hugely conscious its the furthest I will have ever run *gulp* !!

    • ultraboycreates said:

      You’ll be fine, it’s a good race and a great place to run round. If this is your next step up then you’ll have a great time, I won’t lie it’s a tough run and I remember thinking ‘will this never end’ but I considered finishing a great achievement and so will you 🙂

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