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DURHAM TRAIL 10M
Trail Outlaws presents the Durham Trail 10 mile race which is also part of the Urban Trail Series of events.
The Durham Trails 10 offers runners a fabulous opportunity to run some beautiful trails in Durham City and the areas surrounding the city. The 10 mile route starts in Durham City before heading down along the rivers Wear Dale Way, through the fabulous local woods of Shincliffe and Croxdale, running along some trails we guarantee you have never ran before. You will then return to the City via some great trails and finishing with the spectacular climb up to the top of Whinney Hill; where you will be gob smacked by the uninterrupted view of Durham Cathedral from one of the highest vantage points within the city itself.
This is an event not to be missed in the Urban Trail Series.
Route and Course Markings
Aid Stations/Check Points
There will be two check points. Sweets and water will be available at the check points. Sweets, water and fizzy drinks will be available at the end of the race.
The race checkpoint has first aid equipment for minor injuries. The start/finish area will also have first aid provision inculding a paramedic and an ambulance. Nearest local hospital:- University Hospital Of North, Durham North Road, Durham, County Durham, DH1 5TW. Tel: 0191 3332333
Shoes suitable for the ground conditions.
All finishers get a bespoke medal and a race t-shirt.
There are also male and female prizes for the categories shown below.
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Race Registration and Parking
The Graham Sports Centre at Maiden Castle,
University of Durham,
DH1 3SEMap for Sports Centre
Durham Trail 10M - 15/05/2022
08:15 - 09:45The Graham Sports CentreOpens for race registration,pick up race numbers and race merchandice.
09:55Start/Finish AreaRace safety briefing
10:00Start/Finish AreaRace start!
12:00Start/Finish AreaAwards Presentation
13:00Start/Finish AreaRace cut off
Durham Trail 10M - Rules
- All competitors must be running under their own names and numbers. No swapping of numbers or running in another’s place will be accepted. If you are found to be running in another’s place you will be disqualified.
- You must log your number with race marshals at each check point. It is your responsibility to make sure the marshal takes your number.
- Any competitor who is deemed unfit to continue by the race directors, marshals or medics will be withdrawn from race. The decision will be FINAL.
- Runners must carry all mandatory equipment at all times during the race unless stated otherwise at Race Briefing by the Race Director. If found to be not carrying the required kit at any time, you will be disqualified.
- If you decide to retire from the race you must notify a marshal. You must surrender your race number and you will not be allowed to continue.
- Unsporting behaviour (cheating) will not be tolerated and result in immediate disqualification. This includes but not limited to, not carrying mandatory kit at all times, taking short cuts, use of PEDs.
- We strongly advise against the using of NSAIDs (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs i.e Ibuprofen) during the events, as they are proven to cause harm during endurance events. Doing so against this advice is strictly at the competitor’s risk.
- All runners take full responsibility for their own navigation during the event.
- You must have your bib number visible at all times or easily accessible to show the Check Point team.
- If you do not leave an aid station before the cut off time you will not be allowed to continue for safety, cut-off times will be strictly enforced. If you get to the finish line after the final cut off you will unfortunately not be listed as an official finisher and will not be eligible for awards.
- Littering will result in immediate disqualification. We must respect the trails at all times. Some of our events take place in SSSI (Sites of Special Scientific Interest), and securing permission to host events in these areas is very difficult. If you litter you not only jeopardise the events future, but more importantly you jeopardise the area.
- Dogs are NOT allowed to take part in the event. They present a trip hazard to other runners and a risk of upsetting livestock of local land owners.
- Headphones are not permitted at the race.
- You do not have a right of way priority over any other users of the course, you must respect other users of the course throughout the duration of the event.
- The race has an ARC permit number and will be held under ARC rules. We recommend that you make yourself familiar with ARC rules specific to Trail running: http://www.runningclubs.org.uk/rules