How A Virtual 10K Works

Choose You Route

  • You can run wherever you wish – providing it is safe and lawful.

  • The route can consist of loops, an out and back or a point-to-point – all you have to do is make sure that when you finish you have covered 10K.

  • Make sure you read through our Health & Safety advice when planning your run.

Run Alone or Together

Record Your Run

  • You need to be able to record your run. You may already have a preferred way of doing this – if so you just need to check that you can provide us with a time.

  • There are a number of smartphone free apps that you can use to record a run – here are a few of the most popular:

  • The full list of apps that you can use is:

    • endomondo 

    • FitBit

    • Garmin

    • iFit

    • MapMyFitness

    • MapMyRide

    • MapMyRun

    • MapMyWalk

    • Pacer

    • Peloton


    • Polar

    • Relive

    • RunKeeper

    • Strava

    • Suunto

    • TomTom

    • TrainingPeaks

    • Zwift


Run – anytime between 12:00 on Sunday 11th July and 12:00 on Sunday 18th July 2021.

  • We’d love you to take a photo before you start (it’s not compulsory).

  • Remember to start your watch or app.

  • Stay safe (follow the Health and Safety Guidance)

  • Enjoy your run.

  • Remember to stop you watch or app when you finish.

  • We’d love you to take a photo now you’ve finished (again, not compulsory).


Let us know you’ve done it.

  • Upload your time and evidence - there will be a link sent to you on entry.

  • Share your photos on the event Facebook page.


Wait for your medal

  • We will post medals out from Wednesday 21st July 2021. Let us know if you have not received yours by Tuesday 27th July 2021.