Harriers set date for 2018 Croydon 10km road race

The Croydon 10km road race attracts experienced and beginner runners

Croydon Harriers have confirmed that the 2018 Croydon 10km road race will be staged on Sunday October 21, with a course that loops around Lloyd Park.

The race regularly attracts a field of more than 500 runners and is one of the most well-supported races in the are. The race is open to experienced racers and to beginners who want to set themselves a target event to build up to.

There is also a 3km fun run for 9-14-year-olds.

For 2018, there is a new “Championship” race entry system, with a free category for club runners who have achieved a demanding qualifying standard during the year.

To enter the race, or to contact the organisers, click here.


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