Taking place on the same day as the full Yorkshire Marathon, the Yorkshire 10 Mile shares many of the highlights, but with the added bonus of only being 10 miles!
The race will begin in the heart of York – arguably the most beautiful City in the UK - and pass many of the its historic landmarks, including the world-famous York Minster and the mighty medieval City Walls.
The race also heads out into the idyllic Yorkshire countryside where runners will be treated to scenic surroundings and quaint country roads.
A wonderfully supportive atmosphere is guaranteed throughout.
Running the Yorkshire 10 Mile will be an unforgettable experience.
Entrants must be 17 years or over on event day.
Run For All encourage people of all abilities to take part in the 10 Mile. Please contact us in advance with any specific requirements and we shall do our utmost to cater to these.
- Chip timing
- Finisher’s goody bag
- Quality tech T-shirt
- Exclusive medal
- A fantastic experience!
|07.30||Race office opens|
|07.30||Baggage store opens|
|10.00||Yorkshire 10 Mile warm up|
|10.15||Yorkshire 10 Mile starts|
(subject to change)
Opens at 7.00am in the event village.
Opens at 7.00am in the event village
Food and Drink
There are a number of bars and cafés in the area that will be sure to welcome spectators and participants, and are often bursting with atmosphere after the event.
The Yorkshire 10 Mile partners with several local and national charities. Our partner charities will have a presence within the event village to meet and greet their runners and raise awareness of the important work of those good causes.
Bottled water is available on course and at the finish. Please see the route map for locations. Competitors are advised to ensure that they consider the effects of dehydration and drink plenty of fluids to compensate.
Should you find you require medical assistance, personnel will be on hand to help at regular intervals on the course with fixed first aid stations located near to the water stations. In addition there will be a first aid unit and recovery area located near to the finish
SHOKZ – approved headphones for RUN FOR ALL events
Using bone conduction technology award winning SHOKZ (formerly AfterShokz) deliver stereophonic sound through your cheekbones to your inner ear.
This means you can enjoy your music and still hear everything around you including traffic, emergency vehicles and other warning noises as well as race instructions from marshals and fellow competitors -potentially preventing accidents caused by traditional headphones and earbuds that block out these sounds.
Exclusively approved for use by UK Athletics. Official Headphone Partners of England, Scottish, Welsh Athletics and Athletics Northern Ireland.
15% discount offer.
There is a 15% discount offer for all Run for All entrants. To receive this discount, entrants must purchase SHOKZ headphones via Up & Running and use a specific code. To receive this discount code, please contact our admin team via our contact us form here.
Race number information
Race number delivery
Your race number will posted to the address that you entered when you registered for the event. Race numbers will start to be posted to your registered address from around 7–10 days prior to the event.
If you register on event week, then you will need to collect your race number from our race office on event weekend.
If you have changed address since registration, it is your responsibility to inform us. However, we will also be sending out an email around eight weeks before the event to ask if you have changed address recently.
The specific dates when you will receive your race number will be added in due course.
What if I'm coming from overseas?
Race numbers will not be posted to those participants who provided a postal address located outside of the UK as we can’t guarantee the safe delivery of the race number.
However, if you do have a UK address that your race number can be posted to prior to the event, please contact us at email@example.com with details. Alternatively you will be able to collect your race number from the Race Office on the event weekend. Opening hours of the Race Office will be detailed on our website at www.runforall.com in the week prior to the event.
Using your race number bib
Your timing chip is affixed to your race number, do not attempt to remove or fold the chip. Do not pierce the chip with safety pins.
Wear your chipped bib number on your chest on the outer layer of clothing e.g. if a running jacket is worn, wear your number on top of this. Do not obscure/ cover your bib number + chip with a bum bag/ running belt.
We encourage runners not to position their arms to start/stop a personal timing device on or right in front of the bib whilst running over the timing mats themselves as this impedes the signal. Arms can be positioned slightly away from the body, or the devices can be started/stopped when the runner isn’t on the actual mat.
Race numbers are not interchangeable and entries cannot be assigned, transferred, sold or gifted to any third party. Do not under any circumstances allow anybody else to run with your race number. Amongst other issues, this can create major problems for the medical team should they need to treat unknown runners.
Your bib & timing chip does not need to be collected in after the event and is yours to keep a memento of your race day!
Can't run anymore?
Race numbers cannot be interchangeable and entries cannot be assigned, transferred, sold or gifted to any third party. Do not under any circumstances allow anybody else to run with your race number. Amongst other issues, this can create major problems for the medical team should they need to treat unknown runners. Anyone found to have done this will be disqualified
York enjoys excellent road and rail links and is one of the most accessible cities in the UK. Direct train services link York with London in just two hours and travelling to Edinburgh takes only slightly longer.
Great motorway links put visitors within easy reach of Leeds, Manchester, the Midlands and the rest of the UK while Leeds/Bradford Airport is less than 30 miles away.
Car parking at the University of York is for Blue Badge holders only.
If you are a Blue Badge holder and would like a place reserving, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org providing your full name, address, car registration, date of birth and contact number. Please note you will need your Blue Badge to access the parking facilities.
Parking site location
Elvington Airfield, Elvington, York YO41 4AU Note: This is a dog-free site. GOLD and GREEN routes.
Event village location
University of York Campus South, Heslington, York YO10 5NJ. All routes.
The final bus departs from University of York Campus South at 5.00pm
There will be two designated drop-off points available at the University on race day. Please note this facility is for drop-off and collection only.
Simply follow the signs to the drop-off locations.Please make arrangements for collection well in advance as waiting will not be permitted.
West Loop: A19 / Main Street (Fulford)- Broadway - Heslington Lane; for participants travelling from the city centre and/or west of the city.
East Loop: Church Lane- Innovation Way - University Road - Field Lane; for participants travelling from the A64 and/or east of the city.
Don't forget to plan your journey
Check out the information below to be sure you get to the event on time. Note, things get pretty busy, so leave lots of time and watch out for road closures.
How to get there
Travelling by car
*Car parking at the University of York is for Blue Badge holders only.
On Marathon day, dedicated park and ride schemes will operate to bring runners to and from the start and finish points at the University of York.
A Park and Ride service will be in operation from Elvington Airfield. Please click for further information on the Park and Ride service.
Travelling by bus
City-centre shuttle service - This service will operate from York Railway Station (Stand J) and will go DIRECT to the Event Village from 7.00am. Priority will be given to runners before 8.30am and tickets will be available for purchase on the day of the event.
Regular timetabled service - You can take advantage of regular timetabled bus services from the city centre to the Event Village. Services include the First Group No.66. For further information, please visit www.firstgroup.com.
Travelling by train
York is on the UK's main East Coast line and travelling by train is both fast and easy. It takes just two hours to reach York from London, while Edinburgh is around two and half hours away. There are also direct services into York from Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and the South West. Please visit www.nationalrail.co.uk for further information.
Arriving from the airport
The nearest airport to York is Leeds/Bradford Airport, which is less than 30 miles away (approximately 50 minutes by car). A direct bus service links Leeds/Bradford Airport with Leeds city centre, from where frequent trains run to York (journey time around 30 minutes). Manchester, Humberside and Robin Hood (Doncaster/Sheffield) airports are also only a short distance away.
Travelling by sea
York is around an hour from the ferry terminal at Hull which has daily sailings to Holland and Belgium. Newcastle, which also regular sailings to Amsterdam, is less than 90 miles and two hours away.
Cycling facilities on Campus
Road closure information
Are you a local resident?
To safeguard our participants, a number of roads will be closed or have restrictions on the day of the event.