26.2 Road Runners and all the competitors in 2017 Valentine’s 10k would like to say a big thank you to all the volunteers who made this year’s event another roaring success. The race ran without incident and the runners were very appreciative of all the encouragement along the route. Without our volunteers we would not be able to hold the event.
Thank you to all the members of 26.2 RRC (#tbrciS) who gave up your Sunday morning to stand in the cold!
Well done to our overall winners, Scott Overall and Sophie Cowper from Blackheath & Bromley Harriers AC and Rotherham Harriers & AC.
Special mention as well to Collingwood who turned out in big numbers and won the Mob Competition – it was great to see you all!
Last but most definitely not least, we would like to say a huge thank you to all our volunteers who braved the cold, cheered on the runners and kept everyone safe. Without you, the race simply could not go ahead.
Details about a 2018 race will be posted in the next few months or so – we do hope you can join us again!
With under a week to go until the 2017 edition of Valentine’s 10k, entries are coming in fast. Get you entry in now for the chance to race against Olympian Scott Overall.
Scott represented Team GB in the Olympic marathon at London 2012. In more prestigious events he also won the Valentine’s 10k in 2015, narrowly missing out on our course record.
With a 10k PB of 29:18.39 , we are excited to see what Scott can do this time round our course. On 14th January 2017 Scott ran 30:18 at the Bermuda 10k. We expect it to be a little bit cooler for our race which could provide the ideal conditions to target our course record of 30:17.