Humber Bridge 10k

and Kids 2k Fun Run (ENTRIES ON THE DAY)

One of the Most Striking 10k runs in the East Yorkshire area against the backdrop of the famous Humber Bridge

Date: Sun 27th May 2018 @ 10am (TBC)

550 lucky runners are going to be able to take part.

Can you help  by volunteering? Please click  HERE for info

If you have any questions not answered here please contact :- Ellen Messingham

The 2017 Humber Bridge 10k.

Event date of Sun 27th May 2018 @ 10am. (TBC)

 

All volunteer information is on this page HERE

Results will be posted HERE after the event

Transfers close 2 weeks before the race starts

No entries on the day Except for the fun run

Prizes for standard catagories will be issued at 12 noonat race HQ

Current categories are (TBC

Female 1st 2nd 3rd

Male 1st 2nd 3rd

VETS female V35 V40 V45 V50 V55 V60 V65 (1st in each age)

VETS male V35 V40 V45 V50 V55 V60 V65 (1st in each age)

Female Team prize, first 3 from any one club

Male Team prize, first 3 from any one club

The toilets within the rugby clubhouse are modern, clean and well maintained and have adequate space to get changed. No showers though.

 
NEW for 2017 chip timing is confirmed.

Numbers and chips for timing to be collected on the day

This is a no headphones allowed race. This includes any that sit in/on/around or near the ears!

If you wear headphones you will be disqualified.

                                                     

Registration will take place near the rugby club pavillion. Open from 08:30, collect your number and timing chip from here

Parking.

DO NOT park anywhere on the race route as shown below.

 

Parking is available on the rugby club field, use postcode HU13 0EY, directions will be posted on the day. There are some car parking spaces on the foreshore, but these are very limited and fill quickly with visitors to the area.

 

Route

The Humber Bridge 10K road race is organized by the City of Hull Athletic Club, which starts from Hessle Rugby Club on the north bank of the Humber estuary, proceeds through the streets for almost 2 km before joining the East pathway of the Humber Bridge. After reaching the far end at Barton, the route then switches to the West pathway for the return leg, and retraces the road route back, to finish at the rugby club.

Water. There will be a water station at the halfway point, which is the turnaround point on the south bank.

 

 

There is also a Fun Run for the kids starting at 09:00. The route (TBC) is below.

 

Heres a list of some interesting facts for 2017!

Youngest runner 17y9m15d
Oldest runner 77y11m6d
Average runner age 44y6m7d

Male runners 229
Female runners 166