Good Friday 14th April 2017 09:30
Organised by Maidenhead Athletic Club (founded 1884)
UKA race licence number: 2017-27351
Another fantastic race – great turn-out, good running weather, happy participants, smooth logistics.
Final results are now published. There have been three adjustments made from the provisional results published on race-day (at 13:30) that affect positions or category winners.
Early-bird registration for the 2018 race (£2 reduction) is now available through the Club website. Full-price entries via Runners World will open nearer the time. Please like our Facebook page for the latest updates.
Category winners: PDF
Trophy winners: PDF
See if you can spot yourself in the video taken at the roundabout shortly after the start… Did you go left or right?
Official race photos can viewed and purchased from ProSportPhotos. Browse or search with your race number.
Early-bird entry for 2018
The 65th Maidenhead Easter 10 will take place on Good Friday 30th March 2018.
We are accepting early-bird registrations (online only) for a reduced price of £18 for England Athletics-affiliated runners, £20
for unaffiliated, representing a £2 reduction on the prices that will be offered nearer the time. Payment can be by credit/debit card or bank transfer.
The discount is applied at the checkout.
Entries should be made via the Club’s online system [opens in a new tab]. We use PaySubsOnline.com to manage membership, entries and payments. They recommend using Chrome or Firefox browsers. Other public events may appear alongside.
Where runners travelled from
An electronic copy of the programme is still available.
Sat-navs: postcode is SL6 3QH. Car parking is at the end of Westacott Way at Maidenhead Office Park.
The route initially takes us to Point X. Then back to do a loop of the office park. The “country” section follows, as shown on the map, bringing the total to 10 miles. The White Waltham – Woodlands Park section is on a segregated pavement, otherwise on quiet lanes and a cycleway. The route is fully marshalled and generally flat – total ascent is 70 metres.
A downloadable map with elevation details is available from gpsies.com.
All competitors who completed the race should have received a souvenir medal. There were individual trophies and prizes for the overall race winners for the men’s (1st to 5th places) and women’s races (1st to 3rd places). There were also trophies for fastest veterans in the following age categories:
Men: 40-49,50-59,60-69,70-79, 80+
There was also a team award for the best men’s and women’s teams based on the total points score by race position of the first three eligible runners in each team.
There was one prize for each individual winning category and one prize per winning team.
ProSport photos were out on the course aiming to capture each competitor and the atmosphere of the event. The photos should be available on their website www.prosportphotos.com. Please feel free to come and browse. You will be able to search for your photos using your Race Number.
The Maidenhead Easter Ten was once again incorporating the Berkshire Road Running 10 Mile Championship. For more information on all county events, please visit the Berkshire County Athletic Association website at www.berkshireathletics.org.uk.
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