Due to the adverse weather conditions forecast for the South of England on Sunday 9th February, the 2020 edition of the Wiltshire 10 Road Race has been cancelled.
Runners entered into the 2020 Wiltshire 10 have been automatically entered into the Virtual Wiltshire 10 run and will each recieve a 'bustard' medal. See below for more details.
The Wiltshire 10 is a road race starting from the King George V Playing Fields in Melksham over a certified Ten Mile course. The route follows a gently undulating course through rural Wiltshire and loops around the historic village of Lacock before following the River Avon back to the finish in Melksham. The course is capable of producing fast times with the current course records being 49:34 (Daniel Studley of Bristol & West AC in 2017) and 56:18 (Jenny Spink of Bristol & West AC in 2016).
A map of the course can be found here.
The Wiltshire 10 run will next take place on Sunday 14th February 2021 starting @10:00.
Entries are now CLOSED with the race limit having been reached.
If you missed the race, you can still recieve one of our specially minted medals by entering The "Virtual" Wiltshire 10 run. Choose any date beween Monday 10th February and Tuesday 31st March and simply run 10-miles anywhere in Wiltshire.
Submit the date of your run along with your finish time and supporting evidence (which could be a link to your run on Strava, MayMyRun, Garmin Connect or Fitbit) and we will send you your medal by post along with an estimate on your position had you run in the "Real" Wiltshire 10.
Prizes in The Wiltshire 10 are awarded to the following:
- 1st, 2nd and 3rd Man
- 1st, 2nd and 3rd Women
- 1st MV40 & 1st FV40
- 1st MV50 & 1st FV50
- 1st MV60 & 1st FV60
- 1st Men's team of 4 runners
- 1st Ladies team of 3 runners
All finishers will receive a specially minted medal.
The Wiltshire 10 was last held on February 10th 2019. Full results of the race can be found here.
The Race HQ is at the Adventure Centre in King George V Playing Fields (SN12 7ED).
For a venue map, please click here
Note: Some sections of the course are prone to flooding and so the route has been designed with a degree of contingency should this occur, utilising the raised walkways on the River Avon crossings in Lacock and also a certified accurate diversion for the section alongside the River Avon in Melksham.