Cryptic Clues for RunThrough Events Cryptic Clues for RunThrough Events Can you work out the RunThrough venues based on these cryptic clues? Name Email 1. Which London Park hosts a RunThrough Half marathon, 10km and 5km race on the same day and is named after a famous female english monarch?Add description here!Queen Elizabeth Olympic ParkAlexandra PalaceVictoria ParkCrystal Palace2. This site hosted part of the 2012 Olympic games. The first part of the name sounds similar to the word opposite to ‘Dusk’. The second half of the name is a vast expanse of water surrounded by land.Hyde ParkDorney LakeMedia CityGreenwick Park3. This is a UK renowned motor circuit. The first part of its name can be broken down into two parts; the first half is another word for positive, the second being another word for timber.Please select your answerAintree RacecourseBedford AutodromeOulton ParkGoodWood4. A Half Marathon and 10k event. The first part of the name is a commonly used fuel that can be compressed into diamonds. The second half is a city within the north west of England.Add description here!Please select your answerHertfordshireColchester ZooBattersea ParkHeaton Park5. A Northern city that played host to RunThrough’s first 10km race there this year. The first part of the name is a dark shade often referred to as the opposite to white. The second half of this name is similar to a term used for a skin injury for which Aloe Vera is often suggested as treatment.BlackpoolOld TraffordBlackburnStamford Bridge6. You may find Dr Jekyll’s alter ego in a green space in west londonHyde ParkRichmond ParkGreenwich Park7. This london venue shares the first part of its name that covers your fish and chips and the second part of its name with something you see when at the beachBattersea ParkVictoria ParkGatesheadClapham8. This 5k, 10k and half marathon venue is another way of saying “put the radiator on”Please select your answerTatton ParkHeaton ParkSutton Coldfield9. The first part of this 5k,10k and half marathon venue has the first name in which a type of ball is used when telling fortunes and a second name where you will normally find royals living.Hampton Court PalaceDiamond PalaceCrystal PalaceTime is Up!