Guildford's largest 10km running event will take place on 11 October. Starting from Guildford High Street, participants will race along closed roads towards Clandon and back.
We are very excited to partner up with racecheck to transform race participation into a more social experience. Together, we aim to give all runners the opportunity to meet a new running friend from the moment they enter the Guildford 10k on 11 October. Not everyone has a running buddy (yet), but by offering runners the chance to join a team community, everyone has the opportunity to meet new (and probably local!) people.
If you're already one of the hundreds of runners who have already signed up for this exciting new road run, you will have already chosen your "racecheck team". So what does this mean?
All Guildford 10k participants will receive a complimentary headwrap (buff) which reflects a racecheck team colour. During online registration, runners are invited to join either #TeamPink, #TeamOrange or #TeamTurquoise. Invite your friends to join the same team as you, or challenge your colleagues to race against you in a different team - you decide what you want to get out of being a racecheck team member!
If you follow @racecheck and @aatevents on social media*, you can "e-meet" other Guildford 10k participants who will be representing their teams using their team hashtags: #TeamPink, #TeamOrange or #TeamTurquoise. Motivate each other, encourage others to join your team and share your training stories. We recommend that you download the racecheck IOS app to receive racecheck team updates.
On race day, the colour-coded buffs will help you to easily identify other people in the pack who are running in your team- so in the spirit of encouraging others, why not make the effort to give them an extra cheer if you see them in the pack?
Those who thrive on the competitive aspect of running as part of a team will enjoy the racecheck team results table. Who will be the winning team- #TeamPink, #TeamOrange or #TeamTurquoise?
The Train Station in Guildfprd is a 10-minute walk from the Event Village at the top of Guildford High Street. The trains run regularly from London and other major stations.
There is plenty of parking in Guildford Town Centre. Parking charges may apply.
A free bag drop service will be available. Please tear off the baggage tag from your race number and attach it to your bag.
Out and back from Guildford historic cobbled high street. 10km turn point at Clandon A25 junction near Merrow.
There is a professional team provided by Team Medic.
Chip timing with DBMax timing.
There are lots of temporary toilets available.
There will be a water station on route and at the finish line.
Complimentary refreshments will be provided for all participants at the finish line.
Below are the top three aspects of the Guildford 10k, as determined by athlete reviews.View full breakdown
Organised by local Surrey outfit All About Tri, the inaugural Guildford 10K was an out and back course, run entirely on closed roads starting and finishing in Guildford town centre. For debut race, the Guildford 10K proved popular with several thousand runners rising for the e...Read full review
Really well organised, great atmosphere and route/ location. Loved the run!
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