A huge thankyou to all runners who took part today in absolutely glorious weather! We had a record number of runners today along with probably record temperatures. As usual please add your comments to the Runners World reviews.
Full write up to follow shortly.
Latest News (3rd March 2014)
Race instructions have been e-mailed out to all entrants so please check your spam folder if you have not received it. You can also find a link to this document below under Race Instructions.
The scenery is looking good for the race on Sunday. The route is clear of water, but please be aware that there are a few potholes around the 3 mile mark which will runners will need be careful of.
The surrounding scenery is looking more beautiful then ever as a result of the rain, and the forecast is currently looking good for Sunday.
The Salisbury 10 is the City of Salisbury Athletics & Running Club’s flagship event. A friendly race suitable for all abilities that follows a scenic route north of Salisbury following the banks of the River Avon through the gently undulating Woodford Valley with fine views of the cathedral spire on the return leg.
Starting and finishing on the athletics track, the race also has chip timing and an entry limit of 800. Last year we had nearly 500 finishers, and nearly 600 entries were received.
The GARMIN course map can be viewed here: Garmin Course & Elevation A PDF Course map can also be viewed here: PDF Course Map The race is also part of the hampshire road race league (www.hrrl.org.uk).
Sunday 9th March 2014 at 10:30am
How to Enter
The race has excellent reviews on the runners world website which can be viewed from the link below below. Thanks to everyone for the positive feedback. We are proud to see that 100% of reviewers would do the race again. I’m sure not many other races could boast that statistic.
Male 1st,2nd,3rd,4th, M40 – 1st,2nd,3rd, M50 – 1st,2nd,3rd, M60 – 1st,2nd,3rd, M70 – 1st, 2nd, 3rd
Female 1st,2nd,3rd, F35 – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, F45 – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, F55 – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, F65 1st, 2nd, 3rd
Toby Lambert: 49:37 (2010)
Here is a selection of photographs from the course. You can find more photographs here.