Endurer events popped up advertising a new location right near home- so close an opportunity not to be missed at Sherwood Pines. By December last year had convinced a few girls from Crossfit Hexis to join me. Though it came to race day and ended up just being me at the start line. I am used to that and it meant I could just plough on ahead and see what this event company had to offer.
I had heard that the Endurer event company put cracking events up in the Peak District and should be by now a well-oiled event. I turned up at the Endurer well early before I was due to run. The plan was sign up go back to car put my Talons on and get self all ready but.I have not seen a queue so bad at an event before. I arrived around 9.45 and the 10:30 wave were not even signed on yet. This got me wondering if they can’t get registration right what’s the race going to be like? By 10:15 I finally got to get my chip and bib number. At First look my chip was a wrist strap that was far too big for me. Though was later pointed out by Muddy Duck aka Alan that should put on my leg so now look like a runner who was let out of jail on tag.
|The Queue to Register Really Gave a Very Bad Impression of Endurer Dash Event Management|
At this point I saw Liam who was fresh from the muddy trails of Sherwood pines and already talking to some OCR regulars we know. Once I got my x-talons on and other bits I needed and Liam got my keys for safety I felt a little better. Though no key drop which would been nice for those who wasn’t in a group. As the fear of losing your car key could easily happen.