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RunUK Putney 10K - December

Run 10km
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Good for beginners

Well organized

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Welcome to the Putney 10K. The race starts and finishes at The Barn Elms Sports Centre in Barnes, London situated on the back drop River Thames. Make sure you dont miss this opportunity of running through the streets of Putney & Fulham.

Review summary

4.3
14 Reviews
  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere

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Liam T
"Be prepared for obstacles on the course! since roads are not closed you will be..."

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Tom H
"It was quite an annoyance that the course shown on the website was very..."

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Luis S
"The best part of this race is the path alongside the Thames river which gives a..."
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How to enter the RunUK Putney 10K - December

  1. 10k

    Run 10km
    £22–£24
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RunUK Putney 10K - December route

Finish Line:
As you cross the finish line please make sure you cross over the Chip Timing mat which will
automatically record your official time against your race number. Remember to smile as the Photographers will be situated at the finish line. Please keep moving across the finish area where you will be given your well deserved medal and lots of drinks and refreshments to rehydrate

Event Details

What’s Included
Results and Prize Ceremony
Results will be available after you cross the finish line. The official results will be posted on the website a few hours after the event.
Prizes will be award to the 1st 2 nd & 3rd Male & Female and there will also be Vets Prizes for V40, V50, & V60 for both Male and Female.
All finisher will be awarded a finishers medal!
Raceday Logistics
Start:
The start of the race is 09:15. Competitors should allow time for Parking, collecting race numbers, using the toilets, and dropping of baggage. There will also be a warm up scheduled 10 minutes before the start. Runners will then be called to the start line according to their predicted race time.
Volunteers

If you still have questions about the event please do get in touch directly with the event organiser -

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Frequently Asked Questions

Will there be baggage drop and toilets?
Your baggage label will be able to be ripped off from race number and there will be a secure baggage drop on the day. Toilets will also be available on the day as well as changing rooms
Will there be medical staff on site?
There will be a medical response team there on the day to deal with everything in cases of emergency or injury
At what time does the RunUK Putney 10K - December start?
The race will start at 9.15am
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RunUK Putney 10K - December weather forecast

Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

10°C
Predicted highs
4°C
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IconLight breeze possible, up to 8mph

RunUK Putney 10K - December reviews (14)

4.3 out of 5 stars

  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere

Reasons people recommend this event

Good for beginners

Well organized

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    Pete R

    Did the 10k in 2018

    This was my first 10k run, and I couldn’t have been made more welcome, from the music at the beginning to the cheering as I crossed the line!
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    The best part of this race is the path alongside the Thames river which gives a really good touch to the event. Well organised, and convenient for every type of runner particularly for the people living nearby.
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    It would have been useful to have more online information about the race eg. Timings for registration, warm up etc.
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    Nice event. Good course but watch out for the rowers moving their boats about!
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    Great atmosphere, really good fun!
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    It was quite an annoyance that the course shown on the website was very different to the course we actually ran. Though the course we ran was significantly the better of the two, much of the challenge of these races is mental and it is unhelpful to have ones expectations change as the race unfolds. Otherwise it was all well organised and well run and I would like to thank all those who made it possible.
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    Be prepared for obstacles on the course! since roads are not closed you will be running with the public around.
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    I though it was a 'Road Race' (that's what the race was listed as online) but it started and finished on playing fields. December in London the grounds were wet and slippery we should have been told. I couldn't get a good start or a sprint finish as I was wearing my 'road' trainers for a 'road' race. I didn't have spikes so I couldn't sprint finish at the end. There were no '500m' or '200m' or '100m' signs at the end either which is very important for short distances such as 10K for those going for PB's / wanting to sprint finish. Not everyone runs in KM's - I'd suggest having the 0-6 mile signs too. Plus, the snake finish in the field is extremely demoralising/exhausting as you enter the field and can see the FINISH line so close to you, but you need to run out in a line and then back on yourself where you've just come from and then snake round to the finish. You're better off coming into the field a lot earlier and the FINISH sign is far in the distance and you do a lap of the pitch.