We are pleased to announce a change to the finish of the Northallerton 10K in 2023. Working with our new traffic management company we have created a faster and safer end to the race. The new route also allows the start and finish to now be outside the town hall which should make the atmosphere even more electric.
We are also pleased to announce that there will be additional road closures for the race helping to make the route safer for runners.
We also have a new timing company this year so you will receive your results via text as you cross the line and results will be on the Racebest website within 15 minutes of you finishing.
We have 2 water stations at 5k & the finish line. Support & medical vehicles follow the race to ensure safety and attention at all times.
The course has been officially measured and you are able to obtain a gun & chip time post race.
All abilities are welcome, including competitive running clubs.
Race Starts: 10:00am
Location & Parking
The race registration & start/finish line are positioned on Northallerton High Street (Town Hall).
Road closure is from the main Post Office to the roundabout outside Grovers shop.
The High Street is closed for vehicle access, however there is plenty of parking surrounding the high street; at the rear of Barkers Dept store and near the church.
Once you are booked, you will receive a confirmation email. Please either bring this confirmation (on your phone or print out) OR a form of identification to Northallerton Town Hall for registration. Here we will issue your chip, number number & T-shirt
Avoid The Race Day Queues
Pre-register on Saturday 25th from 4pm until 6pm
Race day registration: 8am
Registration closes: 9:50am
Race Starts: 10:00am
Please get to registration in good time before the race. Please allow time to warm up, stretch off and take in the pre-race atmosphere.
We will be awarding generous cash prizes to:
1st Male & Female
2nd Male & Female
3rd Male & Female
1st Male & Female 50yrs and over
1st Male & Female 20yrs and under
Headphones may be worn, but at the runners risk. We strongly encourage against the use of headphones for safety purposes, however it is at the individual's risk.
We love fancy dress and encourage those that wish to stand out!
All runners must always stick to the left hand side throughout the course. They must also respect the marshals and the layout of the course, those that break the course code will be disqualified from any reward category and potentially future events.
Chair – Thomas Kerfoot
10K Course Director – George Wade
Entrants Coordinator – Eleanor Wade
Medical & Event Risk Lead – Dr Caspar Wood
Sponsors & Communications – Jennifer Wood
Pendragon Charity Representative – Julia Downes
Trustees – Mr David & Mrs Elizabeth Kerfoot