Race instructions for the 10 mile and 10K races are available here.
We will be following current government and UKA guidelines on Covid.
Race HQ will be operating in a Covid safe environment.
Race entries will close MIDDAY on Wednesday 21st June 2023, or earlier if entries reach capacity. There may be a limited number of entries available on the day.
The entry fee for UK Athletics affiliated members is £22. The entry fee for non-affiliated members is £24.
We will follow UK Athletics Rules, you can find more information at: http://www.uka.org.uk/competitions/rules/.
All runners must be at least 17 years of age on the day of the event.
Only bone conduction headphones may be worn on the course, however, there are sections of the course that take place on road. Please ensure that you can hear marshals’ instructions. Any other headphones are not permitted (Rule 240 S 5 UKA Supplement of the above rules).
The race is for humans only - no dogs are allowed, sorry.
No pushchairs or buggies are allowed on the course.
You must display your bib number and run under your own name.
Runners must be finished by 12:30pm.
Failure to abide by these rules or follow marshals’ instructions may result in disqualification.
UKA Race Licence # TBC
Race start time
Adult 10 mile race will start at 9:30am and the 10K race will start at 9:45am.
All adult runners benefit from the following :
2023 technical t-shirt
2023 WFoR medal
Plenty of parking on-site
First Aid Stations
Marshalled multi-terrain race
Free photos of the event
Adult Trophies and Prizes
Trophy/Award presentations will begin at approximately 11:30am,after the children's races:
Trophies for the 10 mile and 10K races will be awarded as follows:
Men's 1st, 2nd and 3rd place
Ladies 1st, 2nd and 3rd place
Men's 1st place within 40+, 50+, 60+ and 70+ ages categories
Ladies 1st place within 35+, 45+, 55+ and 65+ ages categories
Men's Team Prizes
Ladies Team Prizes
Team prizes will be awarded to the first three members of any team to cross the line.
Runners can only be awarded one solo trophy.
If you are unable to stay for the trophy presentations, the Race Director will contact the winners of unclaimed prizes after the event.
There is no charge for children's races, however, children must be entered into the race by completing the Kids Entry Form - (Entries will open in May).
Children’s races will start at 11am.
Further information is available at www.ware10s.co.uk/kids .
The Race HQ opens at 7:45am.
The car park opens at 7:45am.
The car park will be closed from 9.15am until 9:50am. After this time access and egress will be limited to protect runners’ safety.
Please car share wherever possible, or consider walking or cycling to the event.
Please do not park on local residential roads as this will congest the race route and upset our neighbours.
We cannot accept responsibility for any damages to, or loss from, vehicles.
Route and Road Closures
A 10k and 10 mile running event over multi terrain, including farm track, parkland a short residential road and tow path; suitable for road shoes.
There are no road closures for this event, however, some parts of the route take place on side roads.
Refreshments will be available in our event village after the race, this will include hot and cold drinks, cakes and snacks. Cash payment preferred, however, there will be a card reader available
We cannot guarantee that the food is free from nuts or other allergens.
The bag drop is free and opens from 8.00am.
It will be staffed throughout the day.
We cannot accept responsibility for any loss or suspected theft.
Toilets are available at Race HQ.
There will be two first aid stations: one at Race HQ and one on the course
These will be staffed by Hearn Medical.
There will be 3 water stations along the course.
The weather may be hot so runners must ensure they are fully hydrated and nourished before the event, and may choose to carry additional water.
Disabled Access to Race HQ
The Race HQ has access for people with disabilities.
Before registering for the race, any runners with disabilities should contact the race director to discuss further. We will do everything we can to accommodate racers needs.
We cannot provide guides or sign language interpreters.