The 10 Mile race will take place on Sunday 20th October 2013, 10am at the Hurst Community College, Brimpton Road, Baughurst, Tadley, Hampshire, RG26 5NL.
Now in its 8th year the Tadley 10 Mile has grown from its modest beginnings of 71 entrants and 59 finishers in 2006 to nearly 300 entrants and 250 finishers.
The course is a single loop of 10 miles over quiet, pretty country lanes on the Hampshire –Berkshire borders. The course is accurately measured and is well marked and marshalled. There are drinks stations at approx 3, 6 and 8 miles ands at the finish.
The Race HQ is at the Hurst Leisure Centre where there are ample parking and changing facilities and an on-site caterer.
You can download a map of the course by clicking the link or image below.
Trophies & Prizes
Trophies will be awarded to the first 3 men and first 3 ladies plus the first finisher in the following age/gender categories: M40, M50, M60, F35, F45 and F55. A memento of the event will also be awarded to all finishers.
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, Alton Sports, there will be spot prizes worth up to £100 of sports goods given to random finishing positions.
Finally, there will be a cash prize of £50 awarded for a course record. These are currently 54:05 for men and 60:16 for ladies.
How to enter
£10.00 ARC or EA attached
£1.00 extra on the day
You can download the postal entry form, click on the link below;
Or you can enter online via the various website links below;
Entries are also accepted on the day. Why not roll up on 20 Oct 2013 and take this opportunity to run this classic British road-racing distance?
New for 2013, photographs of the race are being taken by Ian Burnett Photogrpahy and will be available for purchase after the race. Please visit www.ianburnettphotography.co.uk for prices and further details on how to purchase any race pictures.
We think the race is great, but don’t take our word for it. Here are just a few of comments from the Runners World feedback pages.
“Last year wasn`t a fluke – this is such a great event. Low key event but don`t let that stop you. Quiet country roads, plenty of views. No real hills just a couple of risers – good PB course. Nice memento too. I`ll be back..” Mr K.
“Superb course on a far from flat but not particularly hilly course with great organisation.” I McCallum
To view previous years results click on the link below;