10k the perfect distance

Discussion in '10k and 5 Miles' started by runner, Dec 26, 2017.

  1. runner

    runner Member

    I love 10k races even without much training you can partake. However with a little bit of training you can really enjoy. Here in Bristol I love the Frenchay 10 in April and also my own local Bristol 10k in May
  2. amasidlover

    amasidlover Active Member

    Me too! Arley Hall 10km is a lovely race up this way (North West)
  3. WiltshireWonder

    WiltshireWonder Active Member Staff Member

    I like them too. They're brutal but the suffering is not as long as for a half. I'd like to do some 10ks on my way to my half-marathon PR (eek) next year!
  4. StephenR

    StephenR Active Member

    For me it’s the 5k park run, though that follows an 8k ‘warmup ‘ run to it and an 8k run home after :laugh:
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  5. OP

    runner Member

    I have a trail 10k next Saturday (trail running is the new goddess of running...or so we are led to believe!) which is a great winter mud fest....There is a prize in all categories and as I am the only over 60 in the race I should pick up a little trophy as long as I turn up :smile:
  6. TriTom

    TriTom Active Member

    10k is a good distance, preferably if it's preceded by a swim and bike :smile:
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