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Worthing Seafront 10k

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Get involved with this quick and flat 10k along the Worthing Seafront. Perfect for novices and seasoned pros alike, the route tracks out along towards Goring Green before finishing up outside Worthing Theatre. Come along for the epic sea views or for the treasured finisher's medal.

Review summary

5 Reviews
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  • Organisation
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"Having done 5 in a row due to affectionate loyalty ( as first one was my first..."


Oliver M
"Terrible event. Dangerous for runners/children/pedestrians. Not sure how the..."


Andy G
"A really lovely course, along the sea front. The only bad points were it's not..."
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Worthing Seafront 10k route

The event starts from the Worthing Rowing Club and tracks along the esplanade to Goring Green before looping back to Worthing Theatre.

This flat course is ideal for a PB and current course records can be found below:

Male: 36 mins 14 secs
Female: 39 mins 24 secs

Event Details

What’s Included
  • Unique finisher's medal
  • Top 3 (M/F) trophies
  • Plenty of parking
  • Changing facilities
  • Bag storage
  • Water stations
  • First aid
Raceday Logistics


10:00: Race starts

Please arrive at least 30 minutes before the race is scheduled to start to ensure there is sufficient time to complete the registration process.


The seafront makes for a perfect picnic spot so bring your blanket, beach chairs and best cheerleaders for this awesome race.


If you would like to contribute to atmosphere of race day but not take part in the event, then volunteering is the perfect way to do so. To find out more, simply head over to:

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I leave my belongings at the Worthing Seafront 10K?
There will be a secure bag drop at the race village, but please be considerate and only bring what is necessary.
Will there be somewhere to get changed at the the Worthing Seafront 10K?
Yes, there will be changing facilities and toilets.
What are the fastest recorded times on the Worthing Seafront 10K?
Male: Hywel Davies with 36 minutes and 14 seconds Female: Kate Wrigth with 39 minutes and 24 seconds
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Worthing Seafront 10k weather forecast

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IconModerate breeze possible, up to 11mph

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MCC Promotions

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MCC Promotions
MCC Promotions have acted as sports consultants on over 100 televised boxing shows, with SKY TV’s popular Friday Night Fight Shows, many sportswear brands, BP, and many sports clubs throughout the UK. The MCC Promotions 10K Run Series has proved a great success in recent years attracting over 10,000 runners each year throughout the UK.

Worthing Seafront 10k reviews (5)

2.3 out of 5 stars

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    Did the 10k in 2019

    Having done 5 in a row due to affectionate loyalty ( as first one was my first ever 10k ) there is a rustic charm to this. Yes it's not closed course or chipped and there are no changing facilities, so it's effectively a double park run with more public around as it's a later start time. The turnaround also consists of 0.75 miles on grass. Treat it as a fun run, with gentle competition. Not to be taken too seriously.
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    Oliver M

    Did the 10k in 2018

    Terrible event. Dangerous for runners/children/pedestrians. Not sure how the organisers have got away with this
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    A really lovely course, along the sea front. The only bad points were it's not a closed off course so there are cyclists, dog walkers, and all manner of pedestrians to dodge around who were completely oblivious to the event. It's only a smallish event, so it's not gonna be as high profile as the larger, well known events, so it's to be expected.
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    It was my first ever running event so I dont have anything to compare it with. I enjoyed it but felt there was quite a bit of disorganisation. There was huge confusion to where the starting line was but apart from that, it didnt put me off. There was only one water stop but in fairness it was hotter than expected. I would do it again for sure and enjoyed the day.
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    Organisation was appalling. Confused start with entire race being ran into the paths of pedestrians, cyclists and elderly walkers. Very dangerous.Massive lack of water on a hot day, no km markers and a finish line I shared with a confused cyclist.I had to find someone to get a non event medal.Bad reviews year after year. I wish I had read them first.Avoid this one. Dreadful.