Hendy Eastleigh 10K

Hendy Eastleigh 10k Road Race 

Hendy Eastleigh 10k 2024 – the home of the PB – takes place on Sunday 24 March 2024.

Race Results

The event is renowned as a fast, flat course and as the ‘home of the PB’ is an ideal opportunity to record personal and seasons best times. It takes place 11 weeks after New Year’s Day so is a great New Year challenge.

We, our great sponsors Hendy, Eastleigh Running Club and the many local community groups and organisations who help us stage the event, are delighted to welcome runners back to Eastleigh for the 39th anniversary of the event in Spring 2024.

Hendy Eastleigh dealership is again proudly sponsoring the Eastleigh 10k and Hendy Group Managing Director Paul Hendy said he was delighted to continue to join forces with one of the most well-established running events in the region.

“As a group we are involved in a wide range of events and activities and the Eastleigh 10k, which will now start and finish within sight of our new Leigh Road showrooms fits perfectly in our plans,’’ said Paul.

Race Results

Race day information and details

Be inspired – watch a video of last years race

Event Centre
Places Leisure Eastleigh, Passfield Avenue, Eastleigh SO50 9NL

The race will start at 9am on Sunday 24 March 2024.

The Route
10km road course with the last 700m along a tarmac cycle route in Fleming Park. View a map of the route

Venue facilities include: Refreshments, information, toilets, bag storage, showers, pre /post race massage, t-shirt collection.

The day also includes a Fun Run for 4 to 12 year olds held around Fleming Park (approx 1.2km).

Age Requirement
In accordance with UKA Rules you must be aged 15 on the day of the race.

Entry Closing Date
Entries close on Friday 23 February 2024

Medals and T-shirts
This year there will again be a commemorative medal and technical t-shirt memento for all finishers!! Order your T-shirt size when you enter. Sizes XS, Small, Medium, Large, XL and XXL sizes will be available.

Hendy Achievement Awards
The Hendy Achievement awards are back – anyone could win one!!

All runners who took part in the 2023 race will have the chance of winning race prizes as part of our achievements awards. We know just how hard all runners of all abilities train for the Hendy Eastleigh 10k and we are keen to recognise all your efforts. So in addition to our usual age category prizes we will also be providing prizes for the runners who make the biggest percentage improvement on their 2023 chip time. So, there is a great incentive to have a great run, make a big improvement and get recognised for your efforts at any level of running!!

Transfers will be accepted up until Sunday 17 March 2024. To transfer your entry to someone else, log in to the race entry page, tap Amend Entry and change your details to theirs, including their email address and ICE details.

Race Rules
Your number will include a chip timing strip on the back of the number.

The races will be held under the UK Athletics rules. Race Permit Number: tbc

This year’s race is supporting Wessex Heartbeat and the Mayor of Eastleigh’s Charity Appeal.

Get ready for the race with Mel & Dave top training tips

Watch a runner’s eye view of this flat, fast PB course at the 2018 race

Official Health Partner

Since 2001, goPhysio have treated over 10,000 Hampshire residents. Every week, our team help over 200 people who value and invest in their body and physical health. We go beyond just recovering injuries and pain, by helping to improve physical well being and preventing future injuries or re-occurrences.

We are delighted to be appointed by Running Mania as the Eastleigh 10k official Health Sponsor. Based in Chandlers Ford, our experienced team of specialists are able to help runners of all abilities to manage any pain or injury they may incur when training for the big day. We look forward to helping the local community to achieve their goals and to offer help and advice along the way.

Supported by

Charles Whitton Photography

Supporting good causes
The Hendy Ford Eastleigh 10K and fun run event is proud to support Wessex Heartbeat and the Mayor of Eastleigh’s appeal.

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