WARRINGTON 10K 2018Mobile Site
If you want to run a 10K over a fast course in a friendly
and welcoming environment then the Warrington 10K is for you.
This event has been hosted by Warrington Road Runners for the last 35 years and it is the longest established 10k in Warrington.
The course is a very flat two laps based around pleasant parkland in Woolston, east Warrington. It has traditionally been a 'week evening' race and attracts runners of all abilities.
Video of the start of the Warrington 10K
- When is the race?
We will be back in 2018 in June on a Thrusday evening at
- What is the Route?
The route is based within Woolston park, east Warrington and does not cross any roads, for a full description see our route page.
- How do I Enter?
Entry details will be announced nearer the time.
- Is There Water During The Race?
There will be water station at approximately 5K and at the end of the race.
- Will I be able to compete the course?
Only you can answer this! However the Warrington 10K is a great first 10K because:
- Its flat and we mean properly flat not like some so called 'flat' races with sneaky climbs in them.
- It is a two lap race so there will be plenty of support and encouragement for you as you go round.
- Historically runners are all abilities have taken park in this race, you will not be alone.
- Where will the results be published?
The results are on the results page and on
- What are the prizes?
Men 1st, 2nd, 3rd, MV40, MV50
Ladies 1st, 2nd, 3rd, FV35, FV45
And everyone gets a goody bag!
- What is the Course Record?
Mens: Daniel Cliffe (2014) Warrington 31:55 Ladies: Katie Brough (2014) Vale Royal AC 34:45
Note: New course 2012.
Full set of archived results are on the results page
- Get in touch
Race Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Awaiting regional panel approval.
- Terms & Conditions
When entering you declare that you will abide by UK Athletics rules and that you are medically fit to run, and understand that you take part entirely at your own risk including but not limited to getting lost, trips and falls and all other hazards of the course.
Race organizers shall not be held responsible for any illness, injury, loss or damage to your person or property as a consequence of your participation in this event.
Runners must be 18 years or older on race day.
No dogs dogs or cycles allowed on the course.
The course is unsuitable for wheelchairs.
In the event of severe weather or circumstances beyond the control of the race organizers, we reserve the right to cancel the race. In the event of cancellation no refund of race entry fees will be made.
You must follow the marked course at all times. Deliberately taking a different route will lead to disqualification.
It is your responsibility to fully disclose at race registration any changes to existing medical conditions and any prescription medications being taken.
Littering will result in immediate disqualification. We must respect the park at all times. If you are caught littering you will be banned from all future events.
If you are unable to finish the race you must personally inform the nearest marshal or the race director of this decision to withdraw. You must hand over your race number. This serves as official notice of your withdrawal from the race.
Please be aware of other people whilst you are running and be as polite and courteous as possible to them. You do not have priority over any other users out in the park.
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