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RunThrough Greenwich Park 5k & 10k - August

Greenwich Park, Charlton Way, London

Organiser's Description

You can choose to run a chip time 5k or 10k around the beautiful Greenwich Park passing some of London's favourite attractions - the Royal Observatory, the National Maritime Museum and the Old Royal Naval College - there's a lot to see including the incredible views across London.

Each km is accurately marked out with sign posts and we will be there to keep you on track and to cheer you all the way to the finish where your unique themed medal awaits!

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Greenwich Park Bandstand, Great Cross Ave, Greater London, SE10 8QY

There is Pay & Display parking close to the course at £1.20 per hour (4 hour max stay).

Southeastern trains from London Bridge or London Cannon Street to Greenwich station.

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

Use Transport for London (TFL) to help plan your journey.

Secure bag drop (we recommend you bring as little baggage as possible)

Free official race photos

Chip timed results

Unique themed medal

Fruit and flapjack


Distance markers

The course is 3 laps for the 10k on the roads/paths in the park

Each km is accurately marked out with signs and arrows

There will be marshals all around the course

Every area of the park is accessible for spectators to see runners

Please be aware of pedestrians, dogs and cyclists

Two sets of toilets are a little walk from the start/finish

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My First 10K Ever!

Coming into this event I had done no training as I wanted to see what time I would get with no training (1:07:03!). My main target was just to see if I complete a 10K, and was very happy with my performance, which I know I can build upon in the future.

The infamous hills will forever be seared into my memory when I look at my medal (which design is beautiful by the way). Uphill was too long for me to run up, so assigned it my walking time. Downhill was hard on the knees but got a considerable amount of momentum from it.

Organisers were friendly, welcoming, and had good energy. I attended by myself and did not feel odd, so if you're worried about doing one by yourself don't be. Good music and good energy all around.

The museum and observatory and park in general is a gorgeous scenery to keep you distracted from the pain or fatigue.

Samuel Badru / Aug 27, 2019

The Hills are Alive !

First of all, Greenwich Park is beautiful. Lined with tall trees and with an array of interesting things to keep all ages amused – from the deer to the Observatory to Queen’s House to the Maritime Museum – it’s nothing short of a pleasure to run around. is well staffed enough to ensure that It was a quick process to pick up my number and timing chip. I pinned on my number, attached my chip and headed to the race start.
The laws of physic's state that what goes up must come down and vice versa. I’d enjoyed the downhill sprint but what followed was The Avenue – the main hill in Greenwich Park. It’s not too steep but it feels quite long.

The team organize this very well There are no goodie bags but you get a unique medal, flapjacks, bananas, bottles of water and plenty of support staff. I would recommend their races if you have a spare weekend. I'll be doing their run at Victoria Park, (7/9/19)
Would I run t Greenwich again? No, I am done with those hills for while. but never say never .

Would I recommend it? Absolutely

michael stone / Aug 27, 2019

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