Still Time To Run Sandringham
Head to the Royal's winter retreat this autumn for a regal 10K race...
A major event in the East Anglian running calendar, the Run Sandringham 10K attracts a large field of runners of all abilities to the Royal Family's winter residence! It offers a unique opportunity to run around the Sandringham Estate and surrounding roads and trails, while raising thousands of pounds for good causes.
Organised by Good Running Events, this year's 10K will take place on 24 September and will once again see runners cover a scenic route with stunning views of the Norfolk countryside. With a start and finish based within the Sandringham Estate, the crowds will be out in force to create a super atmosphere and provide lots of enthusiastic support for all those taking part.
Sandringham House stands in a 20,000-acre estate and country park in the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and large-scale events within the private grounds are a privilege to be enjoyed. The undulating grounds and paths through the estate provided a challenging course and scenic setting in a blaze of autumnal colours.
In the 2022 race, powering away at the front of the pack was Nathan Brown (unattached) in 34:20, well clear of Thomas Sargeant (Boston Tri Club, 36:08) and William Watkins (unattached, 36:32).
The leading female athlete was among the 11 runners to finish within 40 minutes on the multi-terrain course. W40 Marie French (Ryston Runners) ran 39:33 to top the podium from W45 Alexandra Smith (Wymondham AC, 41:42) and Kyla Love (unattached, 42:49).
If you'd like to know more, visit the Run Sandringham website.
Image: Run Sandringham/Good Running Events