The Plusnet Yorkshire 10 Mile is back for 2016 – and it’s set to be even better!
With over 2,000 entries selling out in super-quick time in 2015, you’ll need to be fast if you want to be sure of a place on Sunday 9th October this year.
The 10 Mile takes place as part of the Yorkshire Marathon festival – alongside the sold out Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon – and boasts a largely flat and fast course, with an unrivalled atmosphere.
Starting and finishing at the University of York, the route heads into the city centre and out into the Yorkshire countryside before returning for an electric finish at the university.
The 2016 event will take place on Sunday 9th October at approx 10.15am.
Entries are open now - click on the link above!
The 2016 Plusnet Yorkshire 10 Mile race guide is now available to download here.
0 - 1 mile
A very fast start dropping down Green Dykes Lane, before heading east towards the city through the medieval gateway at Walmgate Bar.
1 - 2 miles
Continuing into the city along Parliament Street, be sure to enjoy the vibrant and vocal support around the iconic York Minster.
2 - 3 miles
Exit the city walls through Monk Bar and head north-east on Monkgate, Heworth Green and Stockton Lane.
3 - 4 miles
Grab a drink at the first drink station and settle into a rhythm on Stockton Lane as you chase down the Marathon field ahead of you.
4 - 5 miles
As you leave the city behind, head up and over the A64, past the first Marathon Relay change-over point. Prepare for your right hand turn at the half way point.
5 - 6 miles
Time for you to leave the Marathon route for a time. Turn south on Holtby Lane and past the second drink station. Re-join the back end of the Marathon route on Bad Bargain Lane.
6 - 7 miles
Push past the 10KM point and there is not an incline in sight as you head into the village of Murton.
7 - 8 miles
Wave to the last of the Marathon Relay change-over points and turn west back towards the city. Cross under the A64 and refuel at the final drink station ready for a big finish.
8 - 9 miles
The road follows the beck as it winds through Osbaldwick Village, before you turn left on Tang Hall Lane and re-join the Hull Road.
9 - 10 miles
Head west on Hull Road and steel yourself for the climb towards campus. Pass the start line and feel the buzz from the spectators as they line the descent towards the finish line. Collect your goody bag, post-race drinks and chill out in our event village - you've done it!
To safeguard our participants, a number of roads will be closed or have restrictions on the day of the event. Latest road closure details can be downloaded here. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience.
What's included in my Entry Fee?
- Chip timing
- Exclusive finishers' T-shirt
- That all important medal
- A quality goody bag
- A fantastic day to remember!
Use of headphones
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