2 laps & potential PB course starting and finishing at Rivermead Leisure Complex. It will happen on 4th November 2018.
Oxford 10k Running Events
Well Come along to the Abingdon 10K and meet fellow runners and beat your personal best! The event will be held at Tilsley Park, Dunmore Road, Abingdon. So, Join us for a spectacular 10k race & enjoy with you friend, family & loved one.
Our races take place in Burnham Beeches, (near Farnham Common Bucks), one of the most spectacular natural woodlands in the country. They offer challenging running for serious runners as well as fun and enjoyment for those not so competitive.
MoRunning is back this November and without a doubt, it will be an epic year to be a MoRunner. With an incredible 22 locations and the inclusion of the 1.5km mini MoRun we expect to see loads more MoBro's and MoSista's, as well as kids and families enjoying everything MoRunning is about! Good fun, lots of laughs, loads of smiles, high fives and not forgetting the fancy dress and funny mustaches!
Make sure you secure your entry for you, your friends and your family as soon as possible as places are limited and we don't want you to miss out.
To you the MoRunner, we will be there to support you, laugh with you, cheer you on, encourage and motivate you throughout your MoRunning journey.
Series of five 10k races starting and finishing in the Cotswold village of Ilmington.
A series of five road races run over a course of 10.13k (6.3miles). The course is the same for each race but is run counter-clockwise then clockwise on each alternate date. This is perfect winter training territory as there are a few; well, one quite big hill involved. Complete all five races and win a Tempo Events Winter Series Prize (previously been a hoody or a gilet!)
Entry numbers for each race are restricted again so if you want to do the entire series we recommend entering all five as soon as possible to avoid missing out. This is especially important if you have designs on claiming the series memento or designs on winning the series prize.
A challenging, multi-terrain course, approximately 10k, through picturesque Chiltern countryside. Starts and finishes in Lowndes Park, Chesham. This will be the 26th year the race has been held.
Rugged Radnage 10k on 18th November 2018 - an amazing 10k race in wonderful surroundings.
The Rugged Radnage 10k is a challenging mixed terrain 10K race, taking place in the Chiltern Hills around the village of Radnage, 5 minutes from junction 5 on the M40.
Weve had fantastic feedback, with the race route and the abundant helpful marshals being commented on repeatedly. Come and enjoy the atmosphere and cheer on the runners. Refreshments and food can be purchased at The Village Hall.
Welcome to the 3rd Mapledurham Ten.
The inaugural event in December 2015 proved such a great hit, we simply had to bring it back again. The first of our winter trail running series, along side the fabulous Muddy Welly & Gut Buster events, the Mapledurham Ten takes in superb, but challenging, 10k & 10 Mile courses from the wonderful Mapledurham House near Caversham.
The Mapledurham Ten gives you a perfect challenge over either our 10k or 10 Mile courses. In typical My Sporting Times style, the courses will give you a mixture of surfaces to cover, most likely some mud and some ups and downs too.
The 10k and 10 Mile courses are the same until approx.1 Mile/1.6k when the 10k runners will split to the left. The courses will soon re-join and stick together until 6.5 Miles/6.5k. The courses ultimately re-join with 1 mile to go to the finish. Keep an eye out for signage for your distance and listen to the marshals! The courses are both multi terrain, with sections on footpaths and bridleways, woodland trails, private roads and country lanes. Road running shoes should be fine unless the weather is wet consistently wet in the build up.
A series of five road races run over a course of 10.13k (6.3miles). The course is the same for each race but is run counter-clockwise then clockwise on each alternate date. This is perfect winter training territory as there are a few; well, one quite big hill involved.
The Gut Buster returns in December for an eighth year on 30th December 2018.
The Gut Buster has become one of those legendary runs that's talked about all year. An epic mudfest around stunning 10km and 10-mile courses that give you the perfect excuse to escape your family during the Christmas break.
Challenging and beautiful course in the country, completely on roads which are not closed to traffic. The course is the same for each race but is run clockwise then counterclockwise on each alternate date. This is perfect Winter training territory as there are a few, well, one quite big hill involved.