Category Archives: 10km

The British 10k London Run, July 2015

Trek and Run were supported during this event by; Salba Chia  Gore Running Wear Push Nutrition On Running Columbia Sportswear Helly Hansen Bloc Eyewear and Garmin Actions Cameras First of all, here’s a film made by Dave W whilst taking part in the event to give you an idea of the course and the atmosphere. Part 1 by Dave W This is a huge running event, one of Britain’s biggest in fact, and having gotten our entries sorted I was so amped up for the race I posted something to…

The CRS Yonge St 10km, Toronto – April 2015

Trek and Run were supported during this event by the following; Helly Hansen Salba Chia  Gore Running Wear and Garmin Actions Cameras Part 1, by Dave Wise First of all, here’s a film that I made whilst running the event to give you an idea of both the course and the atmosphere. I’d heard that the Yonge St 10km was one of the fastest races in North America. I hear many such claims about various distance races though and it’s difficult to judge if there’s any truth in the statements,…

Human Race’s Off-Road Series – MudMan

Human Race’s Off-Road Series – MudMan – 7th March 2015 Photos by Dave Sherman, Chris Atkinson and www.sportcam.net As I arrived at the Army Training ground in Camberley to a chilly wind and grey skies I had a feeling this event was going to be just as tough as the other two in the Winter Series had been. It wasn’t raining but as I started walking towards the registration tent I was greeted with muddy puddle after muddy puddle and it was clear this was another event which would be…

Human Race’s Off-Road Series – WildMan – 22nd November 2014

One of the main mistakes some runners make as the winter chill draws in, especially when considering a spring marathon, is to decrease training due to the cold weather. It’s easy to offer excuses such as ‘It’s too cold outside’ or ‘It’s nearly Christmas… I’ll start my training in the new year’. However, to build the best possible base for a spring marathon, keeping active over the winter months is essential and cross country events are one of the best ways I’ve found of keeping my training on schedule as…

The Plymouth 10km

by Steve Kimberley First of all, my first impression of the Plymouth 10k was that of the staff with whom I was in contact with on behalf of Trek and Run. All of whom were extremely helpful and highly organized in being able help us make it to the race day. Something that was really drawing me towards the Plymouth 10k was how it would give a welcome chance run a road race in the fresh Devon air, beautifully salted by the English Channel. As with all well-organized races all…

The Marseile-Cassis event, France

This review is written in English and French. Please scroll down the page to read the French. Ce test est écrit en Anglais et en Français. Descendez en bas de page pour lire la partie en Français. On October 28th, I ran the 34th edition of the most famous race in the South of France: Marseille – Cassis. This race is classified among the top 50 races of the world. I hadn’t been to Marseille in more than 10 years, so when I got the opportunity to run there I…

The TCS World 10km at Bangalore, India, by Vikas Grover

First of all I can say that this event is one of the best and organized 10km race in India. This was the 4th edition of the (TCS) World 10K in Bangalore on 5th of June Sunday. In last few years, the title sponsor was Sunfeast World 10k and this time it has been change to TCS World 10k. My goal was to finish the race with the Big Smile. I am satisfied, I did it. The Kenyan guy took the first price and finished the race in 28:01 and…

The Hospice in the Weald Tunbridge Wells 10km, Kent, England

The Hospice in the Weald Tunbridge Wells 10km was held on Sunday 16th September, 2012 First of all, here’s a film of the event, it’ll give you an idea of what to expect from the route. Part 1, by Dave Wise The pre race organisation was good, as it was last year. Numbers, race day map and details and sponsorship forms were sent out a couple of weeks in advance. There was a bit of a mix up with timing chips – the ones we were sent on the back…

The Sevenoaks Rotary 10km, 2013, Kent, England

The Sevenoaks Rotary 10km was held on Sunday 17th March, 2013. Below is our review of the event, and a film. Trek and Run were supported during this race by Asics www.asics.co.uk Canterbury Clothing www.canterbury.com Helly Hansen Clothing www.hellyhansen.com First of all, here’s a film of the event, it’ll give you an idea of what to expect from the route. Part 1, by Dave Wise This was my fourth time running this event, and it won’t be my last, I hope, as it’s one of my favourite 10k races here in Kent. There…

The Lakeland Trails Hawkshead 10km, 2013, Cumbria, England

The Lakeland Trails Hawkshead 10km was held on Saturday 27th April, 2013. Below is our review of the event, and a film. Trek and Run were supported during this race by Asics www.asics.co.uk Windermere Marina Village www.wmv.co.uk Maxifuel www.maxifuel.com Adidas www.adidas.co.uk Canterbury Clothing www.canterbury.com & Helly Hansen Clothing www.hellyhansen.com First of all, here’s a film of the event, it’ll give you an idea of what to expect from the route. I knew this event was going to be a cracker – I’d already done the Lakeland trails event at Staveley last year and was impressed by…