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PB's in the city at the Gloucester 10K

All show and all go at Gloucester

Grab a PB and soak up the sights and sounds of this community-minded 10K.

A big city race with a big heart: the Gloucester 10K is back for the tenth time ready to welcome visitors to a running tour on Sunday 25 June. Sign up for a fast course and support local charities at the same time.

Entries opened on Sunday 29 January for the 2023 Gloucester 10K in a location rich in history and culture close to the Cotswolds. It’s organised by Tewkesbury RC with Nigel Tillott (Chair of Tewkesbury RC) the Race Director in conjunction with Gloucester Quays Rotary Club.

Runners will enjoy the thrill of the pace on a mainly flat one lap course with markers every 1K and two water stations at 4K and 8K. The lack of elevation on a traffic-free route on road, towpath and footpath makes it an ideal recipe for a PB.

This race showcases the best of the city starting at 8.30am from Gloucester Park and includes notable landmarks such as the Cathedral and runs through the Docks, along the Quays and canal. There is the odd twist and turn but nothing to stop someone posting a fast time.

Finishers can look forward to a medal, t-shirt and goody bag and the glow of pride in their achievement. Proceeds from the race will go to local charities for the benefit of the local community.

Be a part of the action. Enter now at the Gloucester 10K website.

Image courtesy of Gloucester 10K.

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