RunThrough Finsbury Park 5k & 10k

Finsbury Park, Harringay, London

Organiser's Description

Come and run a chip timed 5k or 10k around the wide paths of Finsbury Park, the home of Madstock and Wireless festival, to start your Sunday morning in the best way!

As always with RunThrough, you will each get a themed medal, water, fruit & flapjack on the day. Each kilometre is accurately marked out with distance flags and we have plenty of helpers to keep you on track and to encourage you on your way to the finish.

Start Time



Kilometre markers

Secure Bag Drop

Chip timed results

Unique themed medal


Fruit & Flapjack

Finsbury Park, Endymion Rd, Harringay, London, N4 1EE

Nearest underground stations: Manor House and Finsbury Park

Nearest rail station: Finsbury Park

Use TFL to help plan your journey.

The park is easily accessible by both foot and cycle. Cycle parking is available in the park.

Finsbury Course Map

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I enjoyed the experiance

The weather started off far from ideal. So the ground around the registration desk was muddy and the wind was intense. However, there was still a great atmosphere. The staff/team were friendly and helpful. The event ended up being a beautiful (but windy) morning. The timing chip worked for me, but I did see that there was a number of people that didn't get a time recorded. In all I enjoyed the morning. Thank you to the RunThrough team.

Kenneth Eaton / Mar 12, 2019

My first race

Having never done a race like this before I thoroughly myself. Despite the wind and muddy weather the route was clearly marked out and the stewards were very enthusiastic and helpful. I would definitely do this race again. Thanks very much

Lydia Makin / Mar 12, 2019


The run it’s self is fine but up and down. The organisation of the event not so good. Set up all the tables on a muddy field for some reason deprive being plenty of pathways to use which would have been better by a long way. Was covered in mud! The chip running was also poor. Around 70 people didn’t register on finishing, myself included so no chip time. One of the main reasons I do these runs is to see if times improve.

Daniel Mackintosh / Mar 10, 2019

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