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After several setbacks and postponements in line with government restrictions, Derby County Community Trust are thrilled to announce that 2021’s Derby 10K will take place on Sunday 17th October, from 9am.

All 2020 entrants will be contacted regarding their entry depending on which option they chose following last year’s cancellation. Entries will go on sale from Monday 26th for those who took part in last year’s virtual event, with general sale starting on Tuesday 27th at 10am. All other entries including Business Team Challenge, Jog Derbyshire and Derby 3K Fun Run entries will be on sale from then too.

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Race Day

The Derby 10K is the biggest race in Derby's calendar. Organised by us at the Derby County Community Trust, it raises thousands of pounds for our own projects and other local charities every year.

The long-established route starts and finishes at the home of the Rams, Pride Park Stadium, looping through the city centre and its landmarks including Derby Cathedral, Guildhall and right past our headline sponsors' doorstep (hi HUUB!)

Every year around 5,000 runners join us to don their running trainers and tread the Sunday morning streets of Derby. Since its inception in 2002 the race has cemented a firm place in runners' hearts and we welcome runners of all abilities.

Our current course record holders are Ben Connor who completed the race in 28:59 in 2016, and Kate Avery who set the new feamle record of 34:38 in 2018.

We also welcome wheelchair entrants and have a current course record set by Paralympic athlete Phil Hogg of 27:33. To enter as a wheelchair athlete, please contact us directly.

The race wouldn't be possible without the support of sponsors and local partners too. We'd like to extend a huge thank you to all of those who make the event possible, and in turn support the generation of funds for some of our most needed projects.

The long-established route starts and finishes at the home of the Rams, Pride Park Stadium, looping through the city centre and its landmarks including Derby Cathedral, Guildhall and right past our headline sponsors' doorstep (hi HUUB!)

Every year around 5,000 runners join us to don their running trainers and tread the Sunday morning streets of Derby. Since its inception in 2002 the race has cemented a firm place in runners' hearts and we welcome runners of all abilities.

Our current course record holders are Ben Connor who completed the race in 28:59 in 2016, and Kate Avery who set the new feamle record of 34:38 in 2018.

We also welcome wheelchair entrants and have a current course record set by Paralympic athlete Phil Hogg of 27:33. To enter as a wheelchair athlete, please contact us directly.

The race wouldn't be possible without the support of sponsors and local partners too. We'd like to extend a huge thank you to all of those who make the event possible, and in turn support the generation of funds for some of our most needed projects.

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We are still adjusting plans and responding to changing guidelines regarding the 2021 event and the most recent updates will be published to this page. If you have any further questions please contact us using this form.

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