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Derby 10k

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Date  9 April 2017
Event type  road
Established  2002
Location  Derby , United Kingdom
Distance  10K run
Official site  http://www.sporting-futures.org.uk/derby-10k

The Derby 10k is an annual 10 kilometre road running event held in Derby, UK in April, organised by Derbyshire charity Sporting Futures.

Over 4,000 runners take part in the race, which starts outside Pride Park Stadium, the home of Derby County F.C.

The course then loops around the Pride Park estate before heading over the Station Approach flyover and into Derby City Centre.

It continues through the city centre along St Peter's Street and Irongate and then heads out along Full St, Derwent St, Darwin Place, Eastgate and Chequers Rd before returning to the finish at Pride Park Stadium.

In 2012, a 3k Wheelchair race was held for the first time with the race won by local athlete Phil Hogg. A full 10k wheelchair race was held in 2014, which was again won by Phil Hogg

Winners

Key:   Course record

WHEELCHAIR RACE

Key:   Course record

References

Derby 10k Wikipedia


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