The Lemur Loop is an exciting new event concept which brings team tactics into play for up to 12 hours of endurance trail running, also includes a 10k trail race which incorporates a twist on the traditional club competition.
Exeter 10k Running Events
Welcome to the Exeter City 10K
The course is 2 laps around Duckes Meadow Park & Riverside Valley Park with Accurately measured course. A fast and flat PB potential course around Duckes Meadow & Riverside Meadow Park in Exeter.
Following on from the success of the inaugural Immortal Half Wimbleball, we are delighted to announce a new event for 2019, the Wimbleball 10k.
This mainly off-road route will take in large amounts of the run route for the Immortal Half Wimbleball run route. This can also be entered as part of the other events taking part over the weekend or the Exmoor Triple Crown.
Expect the same awesome atmosphere, organisation and friendly marshals that you get at all of our events.
Spaces will be limited.
Who will be brave enough to challenge for the Triple Crown? Only the most hardened athletes will endeavour to complete all 3 elements over the weekend 10K, Classic and Middle Distance to secure a place in the Triple Crown Hall of Fame.
Please note - For participating in "Triple Crown" which consist all 3 races (10K, Classic and Middle/Half Distance), it will cost 220.
If you want to participate in 10K, Classic and Middle/Half Distance separately then please check the links below:
10K race - https://www.letsdothis.com/e/immortal-10k-wimbleball-99989
Classic - https://www.letsdothis.com/e/immortal-classic-wimbleball-99978
Middle/Half Distance - https://www.letsdothis.com/e/immortal-wimbleball-half-99971
Bradleys Exmouth 10km Will happen at Ocean Queens Drive, Exmouth on 29th September 2019. It is a chip timed 10k race.
This South Devon event (TQ12 2PA ) includes a Marathon, a Half Marathon and a 10-kilometre race and is now in its 14th year.
The total number of entrants will be limited to 1000. This includes 200 for the Marathon, 400 for the Half Marathon and 400 for the 10k
The Haldon Night 10K & 5K run return on Sat 3rd November, starting and finishing next to the main Haldon car park, near the Ridge Cafe in Bullers Hill.
You must bring a head torch. The running surface is generally fairly smooth so ideal for beginners and fast runners alike. Dogs on a lead are permitted at this race!
Warm food and refreshments will be available in the cafe afterward and public toilets will be provided.
The Burrator Noir returns for a 4th year. Its a tough 10-ish mile off-road race up onto the open Moor starting at the Burrator visitor centre and taking in some stunning terrain including some tough climbs and the exhilerating descent from Guttor Tor down to Meavy Splash, the ford where you can brave the water or go the long way round and lose 30 seconds or so.
Or we have the Burrator 10K. This is a fast, flat route that is almost all on tarmac and exactly 10K! Perfect for a night time PB! It starts 0.7 miles south east of the visitor centre and does one complete loop of the reservoir and then 2/3rds of a second loop before finishing at exactly 10K right by HQ (the visitor centre). Ideal for first time night runners, keen road runners, people not used to running off-road or anyone who just wants a night PB on a quick course.
The Dart Dart Dash, a 10K night race around the woods of Dartington, is back for its 4th year.. A great warm up race for the Wild Night Run in Feb. By popular demand weve also added a 5K version open to anyone over 12!
The terrain is less challenging than the Wild Night Run and if youre new to night running, this race is an ideal introduction. However there are still a couple of hills and (sometimes) a fair bit of mud. Bring your friends, dress up, have a sup of mulled wine and share in the festive atmosphere and warm food, cooked by the fantastic Kitchen Table. Oh and bring a head torchyou will need it!
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