The Round Norfolk Relay is a unique team relay in which Pacers take part each year.
The course of the Round Norfolk Relay mirrors the county boundary over a distance of 197 miles, divided into 17 unequal stages. Norfolk's enormous skies, vast sandy beaches, open spaces and picturesque towns and villages, with their attractive cottages and medieval churches, all contribute to making the race a unique running experience.
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Please keep an eye on this page for news of when Ian will be recruiting for RNR 2017 ...
This event is free of charge and open to all Pacers, of all abilities. Ian Gooderham has the mammoth task of not just putting together a team of 17 runners, but also of co-ordinating volunteers to help time-keep, ferry runners between stages and support runners (car and bike) for all stages
Please either email Ian (via firstname.lastname@example.org) or speak to him if you are interested in either running or volunteering. He is at the track every Monday and Wednesday evening and would love to hear from you!
For further information on the event and details on individual stages please go to the RNR website via the link below