Info for Runners

On the day information

More information coming soon…

Race results will be available HERE on the day and the link will also be posted to the Herts 10K social media.

Important Information for Runners

The race will start at 10:00am prompt. Please arrive in good time and follow the instructions of the marshals on the day.

Race Packs

Depending on the option you select these will either be available to collect or posted out.

Timing Chips

The timing chip for 2020 will be in the bib number. Your running number/chip is inside your pack envelope. Please make sure you have it with you.

Help will also be given on the day.

Race Numbers

Please remember to fill in the important contact information on the reverse of your race number and pin to the front of your t-shirt.

Route

There will be marshals along the route to guide you round the course as well as route markers.

Water

We will have water points around the course and in the race village HOWEVER as part of our drive to be more environmentally conscious we will not be providing bottles OR cups. We advise you to bring a suitable drinking vessel or buy one of our bottles or race cups from our new merchandise line.

Spectators

Friends and family are encouraged to come along and support your run and there will be refreshments available to purchase close to the start/finish line.

About Rothamsted Research

The runs in the grounds of Rothamsted Research. For over 170 years, Rothamsted has been delivering knowledge and innovation to advance agricultural science in the UK and around the world.

The land, along with Rothamsted Manor House, was owned by Sir John Bennet Lawes, who began the work of Rothamsted in 1843, along with his colleague Sir Henry Gilbert.

Rothamsted Research has made significant contributions to the disciplines of soil science, crop nutrition, statistics, ecology and the protection of crops against pests and diseases. In fact, a recent report estimated that the efficiencies in farming thanks to the work of Rothamsted make food prices in the UK by around 5 percent cheaper than they would otherwise be, which saves consumers over £3 billion per year.

Today, Rothamsted Research is a world-class centre of agricultural research. It aims to deliver practices that improve crop production and to develop sustainable solutions for producing food and energy.

Race Physio

We will have physio support available on event day for a small donation.

Many thanks for all your support and we look forward to seeing you on race day.