ARCHIVED RACE: Run10K Crystal Palace, London, Sunday 10th October 2010

Race Info & Description

Race Information:

  • Event Name: Run10K Crystal Palace
  • Distance (KMs): 10
  • Distance (Miles): 6.21
  • Date: 10 October 2010
  • Start Time: 11:00
  • Venue: Crystal Palace
  • Best Time (Men): N/A
  • Best Time (Women): N/A
  • Organised By: Cancer Research
  • Race Website: Click Here.

Race Facilities

  • Has Toilets? Yes
  • Has Changing Facilities? No
  • Has Water Stations? Water station at 5km mark and finish line.
  • Has Prizes / Awards? No

Race Description

Run10K Crystal Palace – part of the Cancer Research Run10K Autumn race series, which welcomes men as well as women.

Starting in Crystal Palace National Sports stadium, the course passes the Bandstand, ruins of the former Crystal Palace and Crystal Palace History Museum before heading up to the very beautiful flower gardens at the top of the park. The route then returns back down to the park before heading down past the old ski slope and through the ‘forest’ and in to the Victorian Jurassic Park.

This is a multi-terrain course with an incline on the way to the flower gardens of approximately 1k, and for 400m after the dinosaur park around the 8.5k mark. This is a fantastic course with a great mix of terrain, gradients and views to enjoy along the way, providing an achievable but rewarding challenge for runners of all abilities.

Please arrive an hour before the start of your Run 10k event. There will be a stretch and warm-up half an hour before your run.

2 comments to ARCHIVED RACE: Run10K Crystal Palace, London, Sunday 10th October 2010

  • Alex Gale

    How do i apply for this crystal palace 10k run

    • Hi Alex,

      Thanks for your question.

      In the race listing above, there is a tab marked “Entry” – there is a URL to click to visit the Cancer Research UK website page for this race.

      There is also a “Race Website” link that will take you to a page where you can enter online (when you reach the race page at the Cancer Research site, hit the big blue “enter race” button).

      Here is the direct link for this Crystal Palace Run 10K event for the avoidance of doubt:

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