Reading 10K

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The Reading 10K is a great race for all runners, It’s a fast single lap 10K race suitable both club athletes looking for a new PB and newer runners looking for a flat, friendly, relaxed race with a generous cut off time . We also have Ali and his pace runner team on hand to help you reach your target time.Our lovely lakeside event village is full of music, flags and entertainment, it’s an ideal family event with time to jog round with the kids before you run your own race, then picnic by the lake.
Mini Mile, Mini Marathon and 10k
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8:30am Sun 10th May 2020 - 10:30am Sun 10th May 2020
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Reading, United Kingdom
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Where and when
100 Longwater Ave, Reading RG2 6GP, UK
Start times
10:30am Sun 10th May 2020
9:15am Sun 10th May 2020
Mini Marathon:
8:30am Sun 10th May 2020
Mini Mile:
Races summary
Here's what races are available for Reading 10K
£21 - £25
Mini Marathon
Mini Mile
Route information
10K: The 10K starts and finishes by the lake in Green Park. The course is a one lap rural route around Pingewood lakes. The route is flat and and on good surfaces with very few twists and turns making it a fast route. The race takes place on fully closed roads and has cut off time of 1 hour 45 minutes.The route is marked in Kilometres and there are two water stations at roughly 3.5K and 7.5K.
Mini Marathon: The race takes place on closed roads within the scenic landscaped grounds of Green Park.
Mini Mile: The suggested age range is up to 8 years old. Please accompany younger children (entry for adults is free). The run takes place on closed roads within the Green Park campus.
What's included
10K: Chip times, all finishers will receive a bespoke race medal.
Mini Marathon: Chip times, T-shirts and medals for all finishers.
Mini Mile: Chip times, T-shirts and medals for all finishers.
How to get there
100 Longwater Ave, Reading RG2 6GP, UK
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Car Parks open at 7.30am – The official car parks are provided by Reading Football Club and within 100m of the Race Village. The charge is £5 cash per car, use Sat Nav post code RG2 0FL. There are two car parks this year please see details here.
Greenwave Buses will leave Station Road stop SD at; 8.05 (50), 8.40(60e), 9.05(60m) and 9.30 (60e), taking about 15 minutes to South Oak Way (Green Park). Buses leave St Marys Butts about 3 minutes earlier.
Return buses will leave South Oak Way at; 11.09, 11.39, 12.09 and 1.14, all being route 60e.
Greenwave fares are single £2 adult or £1.30 Boost (aged 5-18), return £3.50 adult or £2 Boost, or best value is a Group return for £4.50 for up to 5 people, max 3 adults. Reading Buses day and weekly tickets and Smartcards can also be used on greenwave as can PlusBus rail add ons.
The Race Village is located close to the car parks and opens at 8.00am. Race Village facilities include bag store / toilets / help desk / catering / entertainment. We return to the original start this year offering much more space.
Event day logistics
Our races are scheduled to allow you time to run with family and friends in the mini races before the 10K race.
Mini Mile – Warm Up 8.20am – Race Start 8.30am
Mini Marathon Warm Up – 9.05am – Race Start 9.15am
10K Race – Warm Up 10.20am – Race Start 10.30am
Adults running in the mini races will also receive a race t-shirt, results and medal. If you have entered the 10K or prefer just to run and support your child you do not need to enter.
Spectator Info
Spectators are more than welcome!
This is a vibrant family event and the atmosphere is what makes it so special!
6 reviews
Did the race in 2019
2nd year doing RB10k. Course is one of my favourites, but (and I think I mentioned this in my last review) don't expect masses of support on the roads, as it really is only at the race village. So, could do with some more advertising out on the country roads. This year also seemed very course marshal sparse! Surprising, as this event is run by the same company that runs Endure24 and the Wokingham Half...and if you ran the half you got reduced price on the 10k! Another perk is the big discounted entry to Thames Lido the following day (which I forgot about). Discount would be nice if you enter all three...hint, hint! 🤣Another little gripe though, the water stations were poorly positioned. One was very early in and the sign for the second was a mile away from the actual water!!!! Definitely need to take water out with you, or they need to add another station as it's always (famous last words) hot on the day. All in all though, a good course. There are some bridges to get over and slight inclines to deal with so don't skip hill repeats! 👍
Did the race in 2019
Great atmosphere and very supportive Marshall’s along the route. Love my medal and water bottle, very environment friendly .
Did the race in 2019
Well organised, well marshalled, friendly and fun race. Perfect for all the family to join! My only suggestion would be for the organizers to include a snack post-race.
Did the race in 2019
My only complaint is being forced to pay £5 for parking at the Madjeski Stadium next door. This definitely should have been free. Otherwise, well organised and fun 10k race!
Did the race in 2019
If you're looking for a fast 10K this is it. Other than a couple of small inclines it is fast and flat and is great for a PB attempt. Organisation is generally good. A few gripes- £5 to park, not enough toilets (as in most events) and can be tricky getting into the start pen if you leave it to the last few minutes. Quiet atmoshere outside the business park but great support at the finish. Good medal.
Did the race in 2018
Really hot on race day in 2018, so if you are not a fan of the sun beating down and bouncing back up at you from the road.... Having said that, it is a nice rural road run, as the course doesn't go anywhere near Reading town centre. I do run quite a few sections of the course regularly, so I do like it.
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