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adidas City Run: Fulham 10K

9:30am Sun 18th Nov 2018
London, GB
Run 10km

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Be a part of London's flattest, closed road 10k. Great for beginners and Personal Best hunters alike, this pan-flat race is the perfect way to finish off a great year of racing. Come along for the finisher's medal, adidas t-shirt and free race photos.
  • Road
  • Flat
  • Finisher’s medal
  • Finisher’s t-shirt
  • Closed roads

From the organiser

Rescheduled for Sunday 18 November, the inaugural Fulham 10K is Londons flattest closed road 10K, offering you the perfect opportunity to sign-off an epic year of running with a brand new PB!

Whether youre a running newbie or a seasoned pro, come and Beat Your Best with us at the fourth and final event of the 2018 adidas City Runs series.

All Fulham 10K runners will receive a free adidas tech t-shirt, free race day photos, a cool finishers medal, access to exclusive training events and discounts at the best restaurants and hangouts Fulham has to offer.

Fulham Is Yours. Run It.

Distances in this event

  1. London’s Flattest 10K

    Run 10km
    9:30am Sun 18th Nov 2018
    £40
    Event passed
Course Maps
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What’s Included

Includes free race day adidas tech t-shirt, free personal photos, a chunky finishers’ medal and exclusive discounts at the best local hangouts.

A percentage of entry revenue also goes to parkrun.

Course Details

What to expect:

  • closed road routes
  • thousands of runners
  • unlock your city
  • FAQs

    What runners receive:

  • free tech t-shirt
  • chunky medal
  • free event photos
  • bespoke training sessions
  • View on a map

    Reviews (8)

    4.6 out of 5 stars

    • Course
    • Organisation
    • Atmosphere
    • Did the London’s Flattest 10K in 2018

      Very accessible and well organised. Living nearby I turned up, ran and went home!
    • Did the London’s Flattest 10K in 2018

    • Did the London’s Flattest 10K in 2018

      The organisers should be more emphatic about telling runners to stick to their waves. The 1st km was too crammed but only because people entered the 1st wave who should have been in the 3rd or 4th. Just spoils pacing at the start. Apart from that it is a great flat and closed course. Thank you Adidas City Runs.
    • Did the London’s Flattest 10K in 2018

      Nice race but won't enter any others due to the fact it felt like poor value for money - Nearly the same price as the London Marathon for just 10k!Was disappointed that we had to run in the tshirt given - this made it impossible to find other friends who were running as everyone looked the same.Goodie bag was also very light considering the amount of marketing and the cost of the entry - one energy bar and a coconut water? The Thames Hare and Hounds manage more than this for their second sunday race and that only costs 5! Overall it was nice to run on closed roads in my local area and the race organisation was fairly good, but it felt like I was paying for the privilege to promote the Adidas brand rather than to run a race. I guess club runners are not your target audience, but if you are promoting local communities as part of the endeavour it would have been nice to have been more engaged as we (Fulham Running Club) are also trying to encourage more local people to take up the sport
    • Did the London’s Flattest 10K in 2018

      I absolutely loved it. I only wish I had done the other ones so I could have earned the coveted gold medal! Great idea. Adidas, you rock!!!!
    • Did the London’s Flattest 10K in 2018

      Very well organised and throughly enjoy the run and manage to get my PB. The best weather for this time of the year with plenty of sunshine.
    • Did the London’s Flattest 10K in 2018

      When I looked at the race waves I realized it was going to be a big event. Arriving felt like I was entering a race village, lots of people excited for the start. And then it began. A few thousand runners making their way through the streets of Fulham. The first 5k of the route was busy, and the roads were narrow, which made it tricky to get up to speed, but then the second half opened up. We took in the local sites, including Chelsea FC's Stamford Bridge. It was a fun morning, and good to see an area of London I don't speed a lot of time in.

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