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Story added: 4th June 2018
This year’s entry of participants is a race record, with 7,000 runners due to tackle the city centre course on Sunday August 5th.
Of the field, over 1,000 runners will be representing a UK affiliated running club.
From Ampthill & Flitwick Flyers RC to the Woodbridge Shufflers RC, the clubs cover the width and breadth of the country.
We’ve crunched the numbers, and can reveal the top clubs by number of entrants:
Leading the way is Norwich Road Runners with a whopping 234 runners, followed by large numbers from Wymondham AC, Norfolk Gazelles, the Suffolk-based Waveney Valley AC, and the North Norfolk Beach Runners.
Here are the top 15 clubs:
1.) Norwich Road Runners: 234
2.) Wymondham AC: 75
3.) Waveney Valley AC: 59
4.) Norfolk Gazelles AC: 59
5.) North Norfolk Beach Runners: 53
6.) City of Norwich AC: 53
7.) Bungay Black Dog RC: 50
8.) Great Yarmouth Road Runners: 43
9.) Coltishall Jaguars RC: 42
10.) Tri-Anglia Triathlon Club: 38
11.) Dereham Runners & AC: 26
12.) Bure Valley Harriers: 23
13.) Norfolk Harriers RC: 21
14.) Lowestoft Road Runners: 17
15.) Diss & District AC: 16
If you are interested in finding out more about running clubs, check out Nick Gurney’s article on why you should join one, or visit our Join a Running Club page which contains a listing of all clubs in Norfolk.
22nd June 2018
Scott Vallance is one of four blind runners tackling the course this year. As he prepares for his first ever race, we caught up with him…
4th June 2018
Runners have until June 15th to push through place transfers or amend details