The Course has excellent PB potential as it is flat and virtually all off-road. A section of the route is on the service roads of an airfield and the seafront. Unfortunately, the race is not suitable for wheelchair athletes. The race entries tend to be split 50/50 between club and non-club runners, so there is a good mix of abilities that ensures that the race feels busy but rarely crowded. There were over 1,700 entries last year. All finishers receive a medal and a goody bag.
A fun run for children under 12 will take place as the main race is being run - details from www.gosportroadrunners.org.uk
The venue is Bay House School, 18 Gomer Lane, Alverstoke, Gosport, Hampshire PO12 2QP
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Formed as the Gosport Joggers in 1979, the club became Gosport Road Runners in 1983. Membership is open to all adult men and women and members are actively encouraged to take part in all forms of running from 5K to marathon, cross country to triathlon.
The club meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Alverstoke Lawn Tennis, Squash and Badminton Club, Green Lane at 7p.m. and there are a variety of places to run including town, beaches and countryside