Derby 10k

Derby 10k
Derby 10k
Date 1 April 2012
Location Derby , United Kingdom
Event type road
Distance 10k
Established 2002
Official site http:/

The Derby 10k is an annual 10 kilometre road running event held in Derby, UK in April.

The race is organised by Derbyshire charity Sporting Futures and has been sponsored by the Derbyshire Building Society since 2003.

Over 3,000 runners take part in the race, which starts outside Pride Park, the home of Derby County F.C.

The course then heads into Derby City Centre via the Station Approach flyover and the Cock Pitt Island. It continues along Morledge, East St, Victoria St, Bold Lane, Iron Gate, Sadler Gate and The Strand, before crossing the Market Place and returning via the River Gardens, Bass's Rec and the River Derwent riverside path to the finish inside Pride Park Stadium.

The event also features a Corporate Team Challenge aimed at local businesses and a three-kilometre family fun run which like the main 10k race, finishes inside Pride Park.


Key:       Course record

Year Men's winner Time (m:s) Women's winner Time (m:s)
2002 Kevin Farrow (Derby) 31:41 Liz Lilley (Mansfield) 36:27
2003 Kevin Farrow (Derby) 30:49 Lisa Palmer (Derby) 37:17
2004 Andrew Morgan-Lee (Salford) 30:44 Claire Woolis (Sutton-in-Ashfield) 35:06
2005 Richard Kay (Notts AC) 30:43 Lisa Palmer (Derby) 36.33
2006 Andrew Norman (Altrincham) 30:41 Jennifer MacLean (Edinburgh) 36:17
2007 Alex Pilcher (Derby) 31:00 Andrea Woodvine (Aldershot) 35:23
2008 Martin Whitehouse (Notts AC) 31:27 Beth Eburne (Hinckley) 36:09
2009 Neil Renault (Long Eaton) 31:08 Jennifer MacLean (Edinburgh) 35:25
2010 Alex Pilcher (Derby) 30:39 Sarah Harris (Long Eaton) 35:18
2011 Alex Pilcher (Derby) 30:36 Sarah Harris (Long Eaton) 35:45

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