Dorking Ten Mile and Cockerel 10K Road Races
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Thank you for entering the 34TH Dorking Ten/ 10km Road Race. The event has been organised by Dorking & Mole Valley Athletics Club and incorporates the Surrey Championships Ten Mile Road Race and The British Masters Athletics Federation Ten Mile Championship race. The undulating route loops through scenic countryside with one challenging hill to be conquered twice for the 10 mile race and once for the 10K.
Dorking Ten Mile Road Race and The Cockerel 10k
Sun, 11 Jul 2021
Brockham, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Dorking Rugby Football Club, Brockham, Betchworth RH3 7LR, UK
Sun, 11 Jul 2021
Dorking Ten Mile Road Race:TBC |
The Cockerel 10k:TBC
Here's what races are available for Dorking Ten Mile and Cockerel 10K Road Races
Dorking Ten Mile Road Race
The Cockerel 10k
Ten Mile race: A pace car will lead the runners around the 10 mile route and warn other road users a race is in progress. The course has been accurately measured at ten miles - Certificate of Course accuracy number SEAA 15/249. The race is a circular route consisting of a small inner loop and a larger outer loop. At the 3 & 1/3 mile point, at the junction of Snower Hill and Wellhouse Road, any runner not making the 40 minute cut-off time will be directed to continue towards the finish (9km).
10km race: the 10km runners will be led out by a cyclist until the runners meet the main race, at which point they will follow the 10 mile runners around the same route. The course consists of a single circular route which is the outer loop of the 10 mile road race route and has a Certificate of Course accuracy number SEAA 17/382.
All junctions will be marshalled, with accurate mile and km markers along the routes. The three water stations are at 2.5 (4km), 5.5 and 8.3 miles. (The 10km race misses the 5.5 mile water station but passes the 3rd one at the Dolphin Inn at 6.4Km). An ambulance and/or motorcycle paramedic will be stationed on the race route to ensure that medical cover can reach any runner reported to need assistance as quickly and efficiently as possible. A sweep bicycle will accompany the last runner around the route.
How to get there
Dorking Rugby Football Club, Brockham, Betchworth RH3 7LR, UKGet full directions
The Race Headquarters is the 'Big Field', Dorking Rugby Club, Kiln Lane, Brockham, RH3 7JR. Most travelling by car will use the A25 Dorking/Reigate Road, including those having to use the M25 motorway who should turn off at Leatherhead (Junction 9) or Reigate Hill (Junction 8). Brockham Lane is approximately one mile east of Dorking Town Centre. Motor vehicles must not be parked in the road, but on the 'Big Field' off Brockham Lane. Please park neatly and tightly, as instructed. Please do not use the car park by the race headquarters which is for sole use of the race officials (unless directed to do so by the parking marshals). Vehicles must be kept off the football pitches. In addition, parking is not permitted on Brockham Green for safety reasons.
Event day logistics
Venue facilities: Toilets, NO changing OR showers due to COVID-19 restrictions
Dorking & Mole Valley AC
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Dorking and Mole Valley Athletics Club is a friendly club which caters for all ages and abilities, from 10 to Veteran and covers both athletics and field events. Our numerous activities are divided into groups to suit all abilities, from competitive runners and triathletes to those who enjoy some gentle exercise as well as the Junior age groups. The Club has an active Triathlon group and is affiliated to Triathlon England, part of the British Triathlon Federation.
Great race. Well organised with good support out on the course. Challenging but worthwhile. Only disappointment is the apparent lack of any race photos or response despite making enquiries as had seen photographer at the race
4.0Did the race in 2019
A tough course but good to test out your resilience. The heat meant an extra water station would have been very appreciated. Great finish and appreciated the showers after.
3.7Did the race in 2019
Really great course, just found it quite dangerous on the roads at the beginning when vans overtook us and cars were coming the other way
5.0Did the race in 2019
Hi, I am Dick not Val Overton. I have entered this race and said I am a member of Guildford and Godalming AC, this is true but I am a second claim to them, Ealing Eagles is my first claim club. I understand I need to enter as under my first claim club and would be pleased if you can these details on my entry. Thank you
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