The Regent's Park 10k Winter Series by The Mornington Chasers - March
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Embrace the great atmosphere at the grand finale of the Regent's Park 10k Winter Series. Start spring the right way with this enjoyable 10k. As you run, make sure to keep an eye out for any exotic animals that may be watching from the London Zoo.
Sun, 6 Mar 2022
London, United Kingdom
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London NW1 4NR, UK
Sun, 6 Mar 2022
Here's what races are available for The Regent's Park 10k Winter Series by The Mornington Chasers - March
This event takes place in the ever-popular Regent's Park in the heart of London.
The undulating course consists of 3-laps on tarmac or hard gravel pathway. In the past runners have been fortunate enough to see giraffes, camels, and the odd big cat as they run past the Zoo. Other highlights include the Boating Lake, floral gardens, and centuries-old statues.
This course is appropriate for all levels of runners but please always be vigilant of other runners, spectators, dogs, cyclists, and other users of public footpaths and rights of way.
Car parking is limited, it is recommended that you use public transport to reach race HQ.
There are several tube stops near the park including Baker Street, Regent's Park, Great Portland Street, St. John's Wood, and Camden Town.
London Marylebone station is a short walk from the park.
Event day logistics
Online entry for the 6 March event has now closed. Entry on the day will be available, subject to a £5 surcharge. Payment will be accepted by card only; further information can be found here.
09:00 Regent's Park 10k starts
All entrants must be 15 years or older on the date of the event to participate.
Race packs will not be posted to entrants, everyone must collect their race packs from registration on the day.
There will be water stations available on every lap of the course.
All entrants are prohibited to wear noise-canceling headphones, however, you may use earphones at a low volume so that you can hear marshall's instructions.
This event is perfectly suitable for wheelchair participants, please contact the organiser in advance to make any appropriate arrangements for the race.
The Winter Series
This event is a part of a wider series of Regent's Park winter 10k's hosted by the Mornington Chasers if you can not make this date or would like to race for the whole series here are the links to the rest of the events:
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Are there toilets and changing facilities available at the Regent's Park 10k Winter Series?
There will be toilets available to use in The Hub but unfortunately there are no changing facilities at this event.
Can I run with a buggy in the Regent's Park 10k Winter Series?
This race is not suitable for runners with buggies/pushchairs.
Will there be a bag drop at the Regent's Park 10k Winter Series?
There will be a bag drop available, but it is recommended you bring as little baggage as possible.
Will there be prizes at the Regent's Park 10k Winter Series?
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.
Did the 10k in 2022
The Mornington Chasers 10k winter series did a well organized run through Regents Park. Recommended for beginners as well as experienced runners.
Did the 10k in 2021
I've run this series many times and have always appreciated the friendly volunteers and relaxed setting -- hard to find a more beginner-friendly, chip-timed race. Parking is also very easy right next to the start, great for a cold day. Note that the new course (imposed by Regent's Park on the organisers) has a number of hairpin turns which slow the pace a bit. My one complaint about the new course is that it is significantly longer than 10K -- Garmin and Strava both put it at 10.6K! Would be great if the organisers can adjust it to get it closer to 10K. A small complaint about an otherwise consistently fun event.
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.