Founder of GBC,
Glen literally is "the GBC", and leads the GBC Management Team and Directs the Suffolk races.
Read about the origins of the GBC by clicking the link to read Glen's full story.
Julie's looked after the admin since the GBC started, has run the Event Control Team, and provided the catering for many years. With GBC growing and going into multi seasons Julie has passed over some of these tasks as she can't do it all, but is still heavily involved in the management team and hosting of the GBC events.
Nick joined the team in 2014, starting with computerising event registration, timings and results. Nick now works with Glen plotting new routes, creating GPX formats and the new instruction route guides along with putting event signage out the night before each event, and co-Directing the events.
in 2016 we found TrailMed, and signed them up instantly to cover all of our paramedic needs for every race.
Chris or one of his colleagues are mobile on our routes so never far away.
Annika joined the suffolk academy as gym manager in 2017, and now joins the GBC team in Summer as the new Checkpoint Manger.
She is taking a break to expand her family this year but I'm sure you'll see her around.
Ben who lives locally appeared in the 2017 TV show 'Special Forces - Ultimate Hell Week'.
He is in the Guiness Record Books for completing the London Marathon in 5:58 with a 25kg tumble drier strapped to his back!
And now has plans to row solo 3000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean.
We are pleased to welcome Ben in 2018 to the team.
Sara joined the team in December 2015 being a main fixture in event control.
Nowdays she has the very important job of overseeing the catering of the lunchtime cafe.
Gary & Jake
Look after all the facilities on site.
Adam has won more marathons and ultras than anyone else in the UK, making him within the top 5 in the world. He has several world records under his belt and was, at 23, the youngest runner to complete 100 marathons.
He is unbeaten over 45 GBC runs. Invited in 2014 to be a GBC Ambassador.
Planned for 2019 is Lands End to John O'groats and back again, with the return part planned to take just 9 days.
Taking back the checkpoint reins in 2018 is Patrick, making sure that all the runners are catered for at the checkpoints and organising our wonderful marshals.