The 10k will be back again in 2018.
This is the perfect race for new runners that want a challenge, but don’t want to run the full 13.1 miles of the Half Marathon, or for experienced runners that prefer a shorter, faster race.
The race will take place the same day of the Half Marathon, Sunday 16th September at 9.00am. The races will be staggered with the 10k runners starting 15 minutes before Half Marathon runners.
The 10k is a fully closed, single-lap route that allows you to take in a combination of picturesque country lanes and rural countryside to give every 10ker the same visual treats (distractions) the Half Marathoners enjoy.
Fully closed 10k races are usually the reserve of big cities making this a truly unique run.
About the race
Carefully planned to offer runners a high-quality experience the 10k will enjoy the same infrastructure as the Half Marathon, including a huge bag drop, an exciting warm-up, en-route toilets, live music and regular water stations offering bottled water.
Not forgetting your collectable 10k technical t-shirt, bespoke medal and banana for every finisher.
Click on the map below to view the route in more detail.
Runners must be 15 or older to take part
What we’ll give you – each runner will receive:
- A quality medal for all finishers
- A 2018 collectable technical T-shirt
- Chip timing
- Bag storage
- Water stations (two at regular intervals)
- A pre-race warm-up
- First aid stations in the event village and throughout the race
- Post-race refreshments
- Fantastic scenery and a memorable experience!
Make a day of it!
The Jellyfish Food Festival will be back again in 2018, offering a huge choice of delicious food for spectators and runners from 8am when you can breakfast like a king.
The Kids Active Village in partnership with Reigate & Banstead Borough Council will also be back offering a huge selection of FREE activities for kids of all ages to enjoy with climbing walls, crazy golf, giant inflatable assault courses, bouncy castles, hockey, face painting and much more.
"Definitely a race I will be doing again" - Kate Carter, The Guardian
"This is one not to miss" - Running Fitness