The Regent's Park 5k & 10k - July
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Take on this multi-distanced event to see if you can beat the clock and earn a PB. This predominately flat course caters for all abilities, no matter whether you're a seasoned veteran or a complete beginner. Soak up the summer sun and great atmosphere as you race to the finish.
5k, and 10k
Sun 24th Jul 2022
London, United Kingdom
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The event experience
Based on location and reviews
<5m elevation gain per km
Where and when
The Regent's Park, London NW1 4NR, UK
This flat, tarmac route is a lapped course that takes runners within Regent's Park alongside the iconic London Zoo, giving the perfect opportunity to spot camels, giraffes, and maybe even some big cats. 5k runners will do 1 lap of the park and 10k runners will take on 3 laps. Embrace the summer sun as you race towards your next PB.
After all, that excitement, the tranquil boating lake and floral gardens will certainly get you back into the steady drum of running as you complete three laps of the course.
- Finisher's Medal
- Bag drop
- Water stations
- Medical support
- Race photography
- Marked and marshalled course
- Chip-timed results
- Prizes for top finishers
How to get there
The Regent's Park, London NW1 4NR, UKGet full directions
There are car parking facilities available but it is recommended that visitors avoid coming by car as there are limited places.
By Public Transport
The Tube stations closest to Regent's Park are:
- Regent's Park (Bakerloo line)
- Great Portland Street (Hammersmith & City, Circle & Metropolitan lines)
- Baker Street (Hammersmith & City, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan & Bakerloo lines)
- St John's Wood (Jubilee line)
- Camden Town (Northern line)
There are also a number of bus stops that service the park:
- 2 Marylebone Station - Norwood Bus Garage
- 13 Aldwych - Golders Green
- 18 Euston - Sudbury
- 27 Chalk Farm / Morrisons - Glenthorne House
- 30 Portman Street / Selfridges - Hackney Wick / Trowbridge Road
- 74 Baker St Station - Putney Exchange
- 88 Wingate Square - Parliament Hill Fields
- 113 John Prince's Street / Oxford Circus - Edgware Station
- 139 Waterloo Station / Tenison Way - Golders Green Station
- 189 Marble Arch Station - Brent Cross Shopping Centre
- 274 Angel Islington - Lancaster Gate
- 453 Great Central Street - Deptford Bridge
Event day logistics
09:30 5k and 10k races start
- 5k: Entrants must be 11 years old or above to participate
- 10k: Entrants must be 15 years old or above to participate
Nothing will be posted to participants, race numbers will be available for collection at the event registration.
There will be prizes available for males and females in the top three places overall and top place in each of the veteran age categories (V40/V50/V60/V70).
Make sure to bring as little as possible to the event, participants can leave essential items at the bag drop by attaching their tear-off strip from their bib number.
This event is suitable for wheelchair users, please make sure to contact the organiser of the race prior to entering to make sure that can accommodate any additional requirements.
Noise-cancelling headphones and earphones are strictly prohibited. Other types of headphones and earphones are allowed but must be set to a low volume to ensure you can hear event officials at all times.
Participants must not bring their personally owned dogs to the event, entries may be accepted for medical assistance dogs, subject to them being correctly registered and with prior approval from the Race Director.
The Race Organiser
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With an inventory of over 150 events each year, the Race Organiser is one of the most prominent event organisers in the country. Whether it’s running, cycling, or swimming events, TRO have succeeded in creating a community of all abilities, who come together time-and-time again to enjoy their shared passion. Their events are widely renowned for exceptional organisation and great marshals who will ensure that you have a truly amazing experience come race day.
For safety reasons, it is suggested that you run without music so you can stay alert and aware of your surroundings and other runners. This way you can also soak up the energy and atmosphere and unplug.
Will there be a bag drop at The Regent's Park July 5k & 10k?
There will be a bag drop available, but it is recommended you bring as little baggage as possible.
Can I run with Buggies/Pushchairs at The Regent's Park July 5k & 10k?
Unfortunately, this race is not suitable for runners with buggies/pushchairs.
Is the The Regent's Park July 5k & 10k appropriate for wheelchair users?
These events are suitable for Wheelchair Users. Participants wishing to compete with specialised equipment are asked to contact us before entering to ensure we can accommodate any additional requirements.
How old do I have to be to take part in The Regent's Park July 5k & 10k?
Runners will need to be 15 years old on the day of the race.
Overall it was fine, but few things; it was very narrow point to start so people were making long line and it was hard to get to my pace. I would have liked to see more eco ways; reuse of number, safety pins, and no plastic cups to give out water, maybe? If there is any workshops for running before/after the run, it would be great for individual runners like myself who does not have time to join run clubs. I love the 1/3 medal idea to complete the whole series. Anyway, it was fine and I have enjoyed it. Thank you marshals and organisers for the hard work.
3.7Did the 10k in 2019
Such a fun event and I had a great time running it with my friends! Can’t wait to do the other Summer Series runs!
Did the 10k in 2019
Very well organised. Pre event communication excellent, easy to find meet point, number collection smooth and straightforward. Enthusiastic and helpful Marshalls. Lap length good for 10k (not too short). As for other events do allow enough time for toilets beforehand-always popular! What not to like.
Did the 10k in 2019
Really nice and simple 10k run around Regent's Park. Medal was great and all the marshals were incredibly positive and supportive. Very low-key and no-fuss event. Had a great morning.
4.7Did the 10k in 2019
i think it was very well organised, however, it would be nice to have better welcome at the finish line accompanied with music and gatherings
4.7Did the 10k in 2019
Good organising and well plannedGreat people along the course supporting you. Good facilities and after care
Did the 10k in 2019
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