Get the family together and get active with this exciting challenge - part of the Recipharm GEAR 10K in King's Lynn.
The event is open to children and adults of all abilities, and takes in a 1.9KM course, setting off from Tuesday Market Place. The start will take place after the 10K event.
Every finisher will receive a Recipharm Mini GEAR medal, and all finishers under 18 will receive a Recipharm Mini GEAR finisher t-shirt.
- The minimum age to take part on event day is 6 years old. Children aged 8 and under must be accompanied by an adult entry for the duration of the run. Anyone under the age of 18 must have parental consent to take part.
- If you or your child has special considerations, please contact us - we'll be happy to help you all have the best experience on the day!
How to enter instructions
Registering a young runner aged between 6 and 8 years old:
Runners aged 6-8 must be accompanied by an adult. Adults can accompany up to 2 children. Select this option by selecting the Family Tickets when entering.
When purchasing a Family Ticket, the adult is required to fill out their details first. Within the same form, the system will ask for the Full Name and age of the child/children you are registering.
Please note that you are not required to select the 'Minor (under 18) tab when purchasing this type of entry. All entries will be entered under the name of the adult registering.
Registering a young runner aged between 8 and 17 years old:
Entries must be completed by a parent/guardian aged 18 years or over on behalf of the child
Please note that you must select the 'Minor (under 18) tab when purchasing this type of entry.
IMPORTANT RACE NUMBER INFORMATION
You will be required to collect your race number at our race office over the event weekend. Our race office will be located on Tuesday Market Place and will have the following opening times:
- Sunday 30th April - from 10am.
All runners are required to gather in the signed areas on Tuesday Market Place prior to the event. Mini Runners please arrive between 10:30am and 11.15am. Family and friends who are coming to cheer you on can make their way to the start and finish area outside of the Corn Exchange.
Runners will be guided to the start line by event marshals. Please do not attempt to make your own way to the start before you are told to do so. Remember to pace yourself and take it steady, particularly at the start and when there are lots of people. Please be considerate of other runners at all times. Please note that adults accompanying one or two children must stay with the youngsters for the duration of the run.
We’re sure lots of fans are coming to support you! Please get them to head to the start/finish line so they can see you zoom past them and collect your finishers medal.
There is no baggage for the Recipharm Mini GEAR so please leave your bag and extra clothes with your family and friends who will be cheering you on.
To help you feel ready and raring to go, our friends from Alive Leisure will be offering a fun warm-up at 11.30am
After you fly across the finish line, don’t forget to collect your goodies including that all-important medal. Running is thirsty work, so grab a free bottle of water too.
You will be directed to the collection point by our team of friendly volunteers where you’ll be able to meet back up with your parents and guardians. This is where you can show everyone your brand new, shiny medal!
Please remember to pace yourself but, most importantly, enjoy your run! There will be a team of photographers on course who will want to see some of your cheesiest smiles. You’ll get your personal photos emailed to you to purchase from marathonphotos.com the following week.
Should you not wish for your photo to be used in this way, please e-mail email@example.com prior to race day.
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