6th December 2016


  1. Maidenhead Easter 10 race
  2. The MAC Road Running Championship
  3. Thames Valley 5k series
  4. Cross Country
  5. Other events

See the Calendar page for information about 100+ external events in the local area.

Maidenhead Easter 10 race


2016 winners: Phil and Emily Wicks    Image credit: Maidenhead Advertiser

The Easter 10 is the main open event organised by the the Club.  It takes place every Good Friday.  Typically, 1100-1300 runners compete as a useful stage in their pre-London Marathon build-up, running 10 miles on quiet lanes west of Maidenhead.

See the Easter 10 page for full details of the latest race.

The MAC Road Running Championship

The MAC Road Running Championships is a series open to all Club senior members, running April to March to encourage healthy club competition. A level playing field is assured by factoring both age and gender into the overall male and female road running champions of the year.

Seven local races are nominated as targets, typically three half-marathons, three 10k-s and a 5k.  A member has to finish at least three to quality for the the Club championship, which is awarded in July at the annual Awards Dinner (see Social page).

More details

Thames Valley 5k series


Entrants gather on the track for Maidenhead AC’s 5k run

A summer competition for members of six Thames Valley running clubs.  Each hosts a 5k run (and a feast afterwards) on a warm, dry evening – except when called off due to extreme rain, as happened once in 2016.

More details

Cross Country

The club competes in two leagues; The Chiltern Cross Country League and the Thames Valley Cross Country League.

More details


Other events

Various other events are promoted by individuals through the Club. Some examples include:

  • Endure 24 (Reading) – relay teams of up to 8 enduring 24 hours running


Former Road Running Captain Anthony Hall

  • Rowers’ Revenge triathlon (Marlow) – 4k row, 25k cycle , 8k run


Webmaster Matthew Shaw

  • Maidenhead Half Marathon


Road Running Captain Simon Lerigo