The Mornington Chasers, Regent's Park - 10K Series - March

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Review summary

4 Reviews
  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere


Andrew P
"Well organized event, very low key and fun. The race is bib-chip timed and..."


James J
"My first 10km run at the Mornington Chasers Regents Park 10km and it was a..."


Camille S
"My first 10k race (I've done several big half marathons) and I was really..."
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Distances in this event

  1. 10k

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Event details

  • Mixed
  • Race packs collected on the day
  • 400 participants

From the organizer

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Join us for this classic race with the Mornington Chasers in London's most popular 10K in a park setting. You'll quickly see why more than 100,000 finishers have chosen The Regent's Park with it's beautiful landscape and great race atmosphere.

Running alongside London Zoo, lucky runners will spot camels, giraffes or even some big cats, while other sections of the course take you past the tranquil boating lake, floral gardens and centuries-old statues and monuments.

With the start/finish line situated next to the Hub - the park's largest cafe and changing facility - and acres of open space for relaxing and recovering with friends, you'll be able to make a great trip out to celebrate one of your fastest 10K times, accurately recorded using chip-timing on this official UK Athletics licensed and measured course.

There's no finish line feeling quite like The Regent's Park!

This is race 6 of 6 in the Mornington Chasers Regent's Park 10K Series 2019/20, taking place on the first Sunday of each month from October 2019 to March 2020.

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What’s Included

Race Numbers: For collection at registration on the day only, numbers will not be posted. To be fastened to the front of your top using safety pins provided at registration, your number should be visible at all times. Your timing chip is attached to the back of your number and should not be removed.

Timing: Chip-timed, with a new race number/chip for each race in the series.

Licensing: This race will be licensed with UK Athletics and the results submitted to Run Britain within a week of the race.

Pacers: Pacers will not be offered at this race.

Bag Drop: Whilst we recommend bringing as little as possible, you can leave your belongings with us whilst you race using the tear-off baggage strip on your race number, collecting after you finish by presenting your race number.

Toilets: There are free toilets in the Hub for use throughout the event.

Race Marshals: Marshals will be present on the course throughout the race.

Distance Markers: The route will be clearly indicated with arrows, tape and distance markers where necessary.

Water Stations: There will be water stations on the route at regular intervals at which water will be provided in recyclable plastic cups.

Goody Bag: All runners will receive water and snacks on finishing the race.

Refreshments: Refreshments will be available in the Hub throughout the event.

Changing/Showers: There are no changing rooms or showers at this event.

Lost Property: Lost property from an event will be kept for one month. If unclaimed, or ownership cannot be determined, lost property items will be donated to charity.

Course Details

Route: The course consists of 3-laps on tarmac or hard gravel pathway and is suitable for runners of all abilities. Please always be vigilant of other runners, spectators, dogs, cyclists and other users of public footpaths and rights of way.

Raceday Logistics

Registration: From 08:00 to 08:45.

Race start will be at 9:00 a.m.

Registration on the day will be possible for £25 in cash, strictly subject to availability


Results and Prizes:

Results: Results will be uploaded live to our website (internet connection permitting) and, where possible/practical, timing print-outs will be available at the race. In all cases, results will be communicated to all pre-registered participants within 24 hours of the event.

Medals: All finishers will receive a medal on completing the race.

Prizes: Prizes will be awarded to the top three runners overall and the top runner in each of the veteran categories (V40/V50/V60/V70) for both males and females. Where possible, we will endeavour to present individual race prizes as soon as validated on the day.

Series Entry and Qualification:

Eligibility: Runners must finish at least four of the six available series races, the four highest scoring of which will contribute to the cumulative score.

Scoring: 1st = 50pts, 2nd = 49pts, …, 49th = 2pts, 50th+ = 1pt. Positions will be determined on the basis of the highest cumulative score.

Accuracy: Cumulative scores will be calculated by automatically matching Name, Gender and Date of Birth with some additional manual validation. It is the responsibility of the participant to ensure the details they provide are consistent across races.

Categories: Categories for all races will be determined using a participant's age on the 31st December of the calendar year in which the first race of the series takes place.

Grand Prix: Prizes will be awarded to the top three runners overall and the top runner in each category (V40/V50/V60/V70) for both males and females. In the event of a tie, the higher position will be awarded to the competitor that has attended more races. Where possible, we will endeavour to present series prizes at the last race of the series as soon as validated on the day.

Buggies/Pushchairs: This race is not suitable for runners with buggies/pushchairs.

Wheelchair Users: This race is suitable for wheelchair users. You may be asked to start at the front of the field 5-10 minutes before the scheduled start time and be vigilant of other runners overtaking during the race.

Earphones/Headphones: Noise-cancelling earphones/headphones are prohibited and whilst we discourage the use of other earphones/headphones at this event, participants choosing to use them should ensure they are set to a minimum volume such that instructions from marshals or other race officials can be clearly understood. We reserve the right to disqualify participants who cannot hear instructions as a result of their use.

Event Time-Limit: Whilst there is no strict time-limit for this race, in order that we adhere to the restrictions imposed by the venue hire agreement, it may be necessary for us to begin deconstruction of the registration/finish area(s) after approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes to facilitate the removal of all equipment from the premises by the agreed time.

The Mornington Chasers, Regent's Park - 10K Series - March reviews (4)

4.7 out of 5 stars

  • Course
  • Organisation
  • Atmosphere
  • Did the 10k in 2017

    Really well organised local race. Course has a few lumps in it that can feel quite noticeable if trying to go flat out - also a couple of sharp turns that it is hard to hold speed through. Always well organised and you can arrive/depart really quickly - well worth doing!
  • Did the 10k in 2019

    My first 10k race (I've done several big half marathons) and I was really impressed by this race organisation and general atmosphere. I ran a PB by 1min 24sec which was down to the incredibly helpful pacer who spoke to me, and the rest of the small group trying to break 45 minutes, regularly to give advice and encouragement. I'd highly recommend one of these races to help you push your running on or to just enjoy achieving something meaningful before most of the country have had breakfast on a Sunday. :-)
  • Did the 10k in 2019

    My first 10km run at the Mornington Chasers Regents Park 10km and it was a wonderful event despite the conditions being quite cold, windy, with a slight drizzle, The event is well organised and the staff are friendly and helpful. Food and drink is provided after the run as well as the very smart medal. There are slight inclines around the course which are deceiving but I personally ran a PB which I am extremely pleased with and hope to be back in the summer.
  • Did the 10k in 2019

    Well organized event, very low key and fun. The race is bib-chip timed and course is clearly marked / staffed with volunteers. KM markers were slightly off (40m or so) but overall distance spot on. 3 laps is not very scenic, but good to PR.Overall a great race.

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There was great support all along the route, and the marshalls seemed approachable and helpful.
Mark G, 19th Feb 18


The Race Organiser do a good job, theyve got it down to a fine art
Mark G, 19th Feb 18


Excellent, enthusiastic marshals. Well organised race.
Mark G, 19th Feb 18

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