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Cambridge Boundary Run

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Organiser's Description

The Boundary Run is a marathon and half-marathon race that take participants around the boundaries of Cambridge. The course traverses roads, footpaths and trails, and incorporates some beautiful and not-often-seen areas of the city. It’s a laid back event with a friendly and pressure-free atmosphere. Both the full and half-marathon courses are about 30% off-road, and there are several reasonably sized hills on the course – significant enough to surprise those who are used to the flat terrain of Cambridge. This is a challenging but fun and rewarding course.

Distances

26.2 miles
13.1 milwa

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Disappointing

I did the Cambridge Boundary Half Marathon last year, and was really impressed with the organisation and support , so decided to run the Full Marathon this year. But unfortunately the experience wasn't a pleasant one. They ran out of water at the feed station at 13 miles and we were told that more was coming so waited for 5 minutes and no sign of water , so decided to run onto the next feed station at approx 17 miles. Again arrived there for them to have run out of water there as well. but having run 17 miles on a small amount of water which I had before the start, had to hang around this time for more water to arrive. Which took about 7 minutes at which time hanging around I was starting to get cold . Not a novice to marathon running ,I had a refuelling plan prepared but unfortunately this was ruined by there not being water at key feed stations. I appreciate that this event is cheap £ 16 (bargain ) for a marathon, but I would happily pay more if it meant that water would be available at the feed stations. Maybe £20 next year and the guarantee of water at the feed stations, is my recommendation .

David Martin / Mar 09, 2020

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