Is one of your New Year’s resolutions to get fit in 2017? Get back into running? Get yourself a shiny new 10k PB?
We can help with all of these!
Enter the Valentine’s 10k today and come kick start your 2017 running season.
Our friendly, running club organised race provides chip to chip timing on a fast, sometimes undulating road course.
Don’t hesitate, enter Chessington’s premier race today!
We’ve had a little chat down at Race HQ and have decided to give four race entrants their money back!
All you have to do is enter the race and then head over to either our Twitter or Facebook page and follow the instructions on the relevant competition status or tweet.
Competition closes at 5pm on Sunday 4th December. Two winners be selected from Facebook and two from Twitter. Race entry fee will be returned to you. Other race day expenses not included.
Entries for Valentine’s 10k 2017 are now open!
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Entry costs £15 for club runners (UKA affiliated) or £17 for unattached runners. Entry on the day will cost £20 if the race has not already reached capacity.
We’re also pleased to announce the return of chip timing to this year’s race.
Entries are available through Sports Systems.
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We are now able to confirm that the 2017 Valentine’s 10k will be held on Sunday 12th February at 9am.
Further updates will follow shortly, when entries will also be available.
We do hope to see you soon!
Thank you to all the runners and volunteers who joined us in making the race possible in 2016.
All runners should have received their time and link to photos by e-mail. If you did not receive these you can find them online at:
You may also be interested in our gallery and race video.
A very big thank you to our race director Danny Norman for organising such a superb event.
Thanks must also go to Chessington Community College for being our Race HQ, Barwell Business Park for hosting our start area and car parking, Run To Live for being our sponsors once again, St John Ambulance for providing first aid provisions, Coco5 for supplying their drinks for our finishers, Denis Chapman for the official photography, Run Britain for the race license plus Surrey County Council, Royal Borough of Kingston Council, Epsom & Ewell Borough Council, Surrey Police and Metropolitan Police for their permissions.
Finally, the provisional date for our 2017 race is 12th February 2017. Entries will open towards the end of 2016.
See you next year!
26.2 Road Runners Club
Provisional results are now available here: V10k 2016 Results – Provisional.
We had some issues with scanning numbers part way through the race. If you have a query about your result, please let us know and we can check it against the finish video.
Thank you for coming to take part in our race. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!
Once again we’re delighted so many of you have decided to spend Valentine’s Day with us. We’re expecting one of our biggest fields in recent years – many thanks for your continued support of the event!
Just a reminder that online entries, priced at just £13, will close on Thursday 11th February.
Entries on the day will be available for £18 up until 8:30am
See you all soon!
23 days to go and entries are ramping up!
We’ve just placed the order for this year’s finishers t-shirt, and here it is.
Please note that we have to guess a portion of the ordered sizes due to entries made after the required order date, as well as on the day entries which we can’t exactly account for. We hope (but cannot guarantee) to have more than enough stock for each finisher and will request/insist that people only take the size requested on entry (which will be indicated on their race number on the day).
We will provide any tees not able to be supplied on the day to those affected at a later date, if at all affected of course.
It’s all systems go at Valentine’s 10k Headquarters at the moment…
The wonderful people at the Association of UK Course Measurers have kindly completed the all-important remeasuring of the course, thus ensuring any PBs and course records are legitimate! The new traffic junction at Malden Rushett led to an eleven metre adjustment of the start line. Many thanks to Hugh Jones at the Association of UK Course Measurers for his help with this.
Run To Live have also provided us with this year’s batch of race numbers and we certainly hope go beyond last year’s high number of 538!
Entries are filling up ahead of last year’s pace so do please get your entries in soon.
That’s all for now and good luck with your training!