Race Details & Entry Forms

The 35th Penicuik 10km Road Race will be on
Saturday 12th May 2018 • Start Time ~ 11am

Registration, toilets and changing facilities are located at Penicuik High School, Carlops Road, Penicuik

Declarations and entries open at 9am and close at 10.30am

  • Pre-entry fee £9 (affiliated) or £11 (non-affiliated)
  • Entry on the day £12 (affiliated) or £14 (non-affiliated)
  • Prizes to major category winners: Local/Junior/Senior/40+/50+/60+
  • Teams: First 3 seniors to finish per club
  • Under UK Athletics rules
  • Scottish Athletics Permit event
  • Medal for first 220 runners
Category Age Range Age Requirements
  • Junior
  • Senior
  • Master
  • 17 – 19
  • 20 – 39
  • 40+
  • on 31/08/2017
  • 20 or older on 01/09/2017
  • 40+ on Race Day

Please Note:

  • No headphone/earphones/ipods etc permitted during race
  • Race time limit – 1hr 30mins
  • Sorry, our race is not suitable for novelty fancy dress or those wishing to shake a charity bucket
  • Post Race Refreshments, home baking & prize-giving held in the High School
    We are supporting SiMBA Charity, Simpsons Memory Box Appeal through your donations for Post Race refreshments

For pre-entry simply fill in our online form via EntryCentral – and pay online too, no posting required!  We can also accept postal entries – please download, print & complete this form and return it together with the entry fee by Thursday 10th May 2018

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4 comments on Race Details & Entry Forms

  1. Alex Findlay says:

    I have completed 50 races in two years 4 months, some were 31 miles in Perth in March this year, but I found this one to be the hardest. But I will be back next year and at the age of 62 I will be slow. The race could be raised to 1 hour 45 mins.

    • Susie says:

      Gosh, out of 50 races ours was the hardest? Have you not done the Lasswade 10, I found that really hard!
      Susie 🙂

  2. Jim Macgregor says:

    I can’t think of a better organised race than this – I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve done it – it’s always one of the highlights of the running year.
    Well done to all concerned.

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