Organised by Maidenhead Athletic Club (founded 1884)
UKA race licence number: 2017-27351
Good Friday 14th April 2017 09:30
This page is intended mainly for participating runners. There is also a dedicated Easter 10 Helpers page.
Entries for the Maidenhead Easter Ten are now open. On-line entries will close on Friday 7 April 2017. Postal entries will be included so long as they are received by Tuesday 11 April 2017.
- England Athletics-affiliated: £20
- Unaffiliated: £22
- Limit : 1300 runners
Online entries at Runners World
Postal entries Download the PDF of the entry form, complete the details required and post it to us together with your cheque to cover the appropriate entry fee (and additional voluntary donation to the race’s chosen charity) to:
Maidenhead Easter Ten
Maidenhead Athletic Club
Berkshire SL6 1BN
Confirmation: If you enter by post and wish a confirmation please either provide an email address or include an SAE with your entry and we shall send you a race entry acknowledgement slip. You can confirm that your entry has been accepted once you see that your cheque payment has been processed.
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.
Because the race uses the public highway, the use of headphones (including conductive headphones) during the race is prohibited except where medically prescribed and previously notified.
All competitors who complete the race will receive a souvenir medal. There are 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 are also trophies for fastest veterans in the following age categories:
Men: 40-49,50-59,60-69,70-79, 80+
There is also a team award for the best men’s and women’s teams which will be based on the total points score by race position of the first three eligible runners in each team.
There will be one prize for each individual winning category and one prize per winning team. However, if for example a veteran runner finishes in the top five for men or top three for the ladies, they will receive whichever prize is of the highest value.
ProSport photos will be out on the course aiming to capture each competitor and the atmosphere of the event. Soon after the event the photos will 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 is 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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