One of the fastest and most scenic 10k courses around, suited to both the beginner and faster athletes. This is a great course to achieve that personal best time! Scenery includes the Old Deer Park, where the race starts and finishes, and the River Thames Towpath, with over 70% of the course running along the towpath against the backdrop of River Thames!
All runners will receive a medal for finishing as well as loads of goodies at the finish including water, juices, fruit and a chocolate bar!
We use the latest Chip Timing technology so you will get an accurate finishing time. The results are posted as soon as you cross the finish line! We will have a free baggage drop facility for you to use. This area will be cordoned off but we do advise against storing any valuables as we can’t be held responsible.
Toilets will also be provided at the start / finish area. An official race photographer will be in attendance around the course so make sure they catch you when you are looking your very best! A Medical team will also be situated at the start area.
We will also have a pre-race warm up around 10 minutes before the race start to warm up those tight muscles so you will be ready for the run.
The race start is 09:00 and is very accessible by car and public transport. There is Old Deer park Car park right opposite the start area. The race has a great vibe and well supported by some local organisations and charities.
What time does the race start?
The Richmond 10k starts at 09:15 am on Sunday 17th November. Please arrive early to allow plenty of time to collect your race number, drop off any baggage and take part in the pre-race warm up.
Where does the race start and finish?
The race starts and finishes at Old Deer park adjacent to the A316 – post code TW9 2SF
Race entry to the Richmond 10k includes:
- Finishers Medal
- Finishers certificate
- Spot prizes
- Accurate chip timing
- Water and energy drinks
When do I get my race number?
Runners can collect their race number on the day of the event from the race collection desk close to the start line. Timing chips are picked up at the same time and need to be attached securely to the shoes of all entrants.
Can I check the results online?
Race results will be available to see as you cross the finish line with full results available online a few hours after the race has finished.
What were the fastest finish times last year?
The fastest 2018 Richmond 10k male finish time was 00:36:30 set by Rob Lowe with Alison West setting the fastest Female finish time of 00:40:37
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