ASDA Foundation Nottingham 10K

The Asda Foundation Nottingham 10K is proving popular as ever, with 2017 set to be our biggest & best yet.  Demand is so high, that we’ve increased capacity for this year’s event!   

Runners can bag a place in one of the region’s top charity road runs for a fantastic knock-down price at only £20 - £18 for UKA affiliated runners.

It’s a new pricing structure that makes the event the cheapest road run in the city. And if anyone thinks such a super low price means a compromise on quality, think again. It’s a rock bottom price for a top quality Run For All event.

Entrants can look forward to a host of fabulous features that include:

The flat and fast route starts and finishes at Nottingham Forest FC’s ground, on the banks of the River Trent.

From the football stadium, the course takes runners on a journey through the scenic Lady Bay area, where you’ll be cheered on by crowds of enthusiastic spectators.

Runners then travel on to the stunning Holme Pierrepont Country Park, home to the National Watersports Centre, where they will take a lap of the Regatta Lake, before heading for home – and a grand finish back at the City Ground!

To view the official route, click here. 

Entries are open now - click here or on the link above. 

Results

For the 2016 full results, click here.

Photographs

To view the official photographs from the Asda Foundation Nottingham 10K, click here.

Race Guide

To download the 2017 Nottingham 10K race guide, click here

 * Participants who entered before 5pm on the 5th May will receive a T-shirt and event medal. As the event capacity has been increased due to popular demand, entrants from 5pm on the 5th May will receive a Water Bottle in place of the event medal.

My Journey...
Stuart Pearce

Nottingham Forest and England football legend Stuart Pearce was among those to line up for the first Nottingham 10K in May 2016. 

After officially starting the race, Stuart joined his partner and a group of friends to take on the 10K course. 

He said: "I know the example set by Jane Tomlinson has inspired many people to take on charity challenges of their own."