Frenchay 10K 2020
05 April 2020
Frenchay 10k 40th Anniversary Run
Running legend Nick Rose, Olympian, commonwealth Games silver medalist, one-time British 10k national champion & half marathon world record holder will be starting the 40th Frenchay 10k run and presenting the trophies.
The Frenchay 10K is one of the country's oldest 10K events. First held in 1980, the 2020 run with be our 40th anniversary run. The race was conceived with the joint purpose of staging a well-organised run for serious runners and beginners alike and raising money for local charities.
Our chosen charities for 2020 are BRACE (funding research into Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia) & It's in the Bag (providing support for men with testicular cancer in the South-West).
The run starts & finishes in the UWE Glenside campus and runs through Oldbury Court and along local roads. The course is scenic and undulating and will suit all standards. Unfortunately, the course is unsuitable for wheelchairs.
Race HQ - at the Students Centre on the UWE Glenside campus
No changing facilities or showers
Supervised kit storage (at owners risk)
Hot and cold refreshments available
Presentation of the trophies takes place at 12.30 in the Students Centre
First 3 senior male and female runners (17-39).
First 3 veteran male and female runners (40-49).
First super veteran male and female runners (50+).
First junior male and female runners (15-16).
First male and female teams
Commemorative mugs for all finishers.
Race number collection is available between 9.30 and 10.30.
Entry on the day registration opens 9.30am and closes at 10.45am. - 15 mins before the start of the run.
The minimum age for runners is 15 years on the day of the race.
Entries on the day - £25
Registration open from: 09:30:00