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The Tadley 10K race will not take place in 2023, we are looking to bring back the event in 2024. Please check back for details soon.


Main 10K

Start time - 10:30am

Online entry - £18 affiliated, £20 unaffiliated. £5 extra on the day.


Kids 3K

Start time - 09:45am

Online Entry - £4 per child - £2 extra on the day

Adults are not permitted to enter this race, however they can run with a child to assist.


The course is a single loop of 10 kilometres 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 5K, 7.5K and at the finish. An extra drinks station will be put up at 9K (outside a pub) if the weather is particularly hot.

The Race HQ is at the Hurst Leisure Centre where there are ample parking and changing facilities and an on-site caterer.

The course starts and finishes at the Hurst Leisure Centre, with the course offering beautiful North Hampshire countryside views. The event is on open roads, but most of the route is on very quiet lanes.

Click here for a map of the course.

Trophies & Prizes

Trophies will be awarded to the first 3 men and first 3 ladies, regardless of age, plus the first finisher outside of the first 3 in the following age groups: 40+, 50+ and 60+.

As a memento of the event a medal will be awarded to all finishers. Your entry fee also includes Chip timing.

Finally, there will be a cash prize of £50 awarded for a course record. These are currently 31.37 for men and 35.53 for ladies.



Kids 3K

Online Entry - £4 per child - £2 extra on the day

Are you up for a 3k Fun Run? Then come along to the annual Tadley 3K Fun Run on Sunday 14th August at 9.45am This 3K event takes place on the same day as our successful 10k Summer Race.

There will be a prize for the first boy and first girl. All finishers will receive a medal.

Any age welcome to run the course but only children aged 4 to 15 are eligible for prizes.

Note: The course is off-road and the race is well marshalled. However we recommend that very small children are accompanied by an adult.


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