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10k Runs 2023 - 2024

10k runs are perhaps the most popular running events in the US. A 10k race (about 6.2 miles) is an achievable but challenging distance for a beginner looking to move up from 5k races and fun runs. However, a 10k is also an excellent distance for more experienced runners and is often used to increase endurance for longer distances.

Because 10k races are so popular, there are lots of them - and at findarace, you’ll find the most comprehensive list of 10k races from all across America. Choose from regular races to enter from the East Coast in California, to Florida and New York on the West Coast as well as plenty of runs in Texas, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and more.

So whether you're a regular 3-mile runner looking to step up to your first 10k or an experienced racer looking for a 10K PB, check out our comprehensive 2023 - 2024 10K US race calendar below. Filter by date, location, or race type, and you’ll find the perfect race for you.

What about a bigger challenge? The next step up is the Half Marathon, or why not set yourself a huge goal to smash by signing up for your first marathon?

10k Runs 2023 - 2024

Run Iron Mountain

Iron Mountain, Michigan
15 Dec 22 - 23 Sep 23

Bucks 5K Series

Doylestown, Pennsylvania
25 Mar 23 - 18 Jun 23

Memorial Day 5K, 10K & Kids 1 Mile Run/Walk

Hemet, California
29 May 23

The Fast & The Furriest®

Rochester, New York
29 May 23 - 04 Jun 23

One in Five Team Marathon and 5K

Walker, Michigan
02 Jun 23 - 04 Jun 23

The Loco Go Big or Go Home Challenge

Butte Meadows, California
03 Jun 23

Honey Hole 13.1M / 10K / 5K

Drums, Pennsylvania
03 Jun 23


Dexter, Michigan
03 Jun 23 - 04 Jun 23

Community Services for Sight Race Festival

Drums, Pennsylvania
03 Jun 23

Cosley Zoo Run for the Animals 2023

Wheaton, Illinois
03 Jun 23 - 18 Jun 23

Freeport Flash 5K/10K - Run/Walk with a Virtual option

Sarver, Pennsylvania
03 Jun 23

Silver Serpent Multisport Festival

Silver Lake, New York
03 Jun 23 - 04 Jun 23

Happy Soles 5K Run/Walk/Bike & Virtual Challenge

Taylor, Michigan
04 Jun 23

Kelleys Island 5K & 10K run / 5K Walk/ Fun Run

Kelleys Island, Ohio
04 Jun 23

Run for the Zoo 2023

Chicago, Illinois
04 Jun 23

AEP Ohio Columbus 10K Presented by Orangetheory Fitness

Columbus, Ohio
04 Jun 23 - 11 Jun 23

Run For The Zoo

Chicago, Illinois
04 Jun 23

Philly Run Fest

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
04 Jun 23

Mainly Marathons New England Series Day 3 (MA)

Holyoke, MA
07 Jun 23

Melon Dash 10K & 5K

Plano, TX
10 Jun 23
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Why run 10k?

10k is a great distance to run. Long enough to be a real challenge but short enough to be achievable by anyone with some training. A 10k is perfect for beginners looking to move on from a 5k race or for more experienced runners looking for a PB.

What is the average 10k run time?

The average finish time for a 10km run in the US is 55 minutes for Men and 1 hour and 3 minutes for Women.

How many calories are burned running a 10K?

On average 600-800 calories are burned running 10k. Calories burned differ a lot depending on factors such as fitness, weight, height, age, and pace.

Can beginners run a 10k?

10k is a great distance for beginners looking to step up from 5K or perhaps take on their first race. Challenging enough to give you that brilliant feeling of accomplishment yet achievable by everyone with a few weeks of committed training.

How to train for a 10k race?

Someone new to the distance should be able to train for a 10k race in 8-12 weeks. Most training plans recommend running 3-4 times per week with a mix of easy runs, faster sessions (normally with some intervals), and a longer run.

What should I eat before a 10k race?

On race day you should have your last meal 2-3 hours before the race. Recommended options to eat before a 10k race include porridge with honey, a bagel with peanut butter, or cereals like muesli. The important thing is to eat food that you like and not try anything new that might unsettle you before the race day.