The fourth Ørsted Great Grimsby 10k will take place on Sunday 21st July 2019. This is a really popular race in the calendar and is expected to fill up fast.
You will finish in a spectacular Victorian Park to be welcomed by thousands of spectators.
Flat, fast and friendly race
Catering for all abilities
Super T-shirt and medal for all finishers
Brilliant community event in the park at the finish
Fully closed roads
Professional medical back up
Accurately measured 10k course
On the day entry
Online entry has now closed but you can download a paper form and bring it with you on the day (cash only).
10k entry (age 15+) is £20 or £18 for UKA affiliated runners. (Please note that our online entry partner, Results Base, will add a 1.5% administration fee to your total order)
Please note your UKA affiliation will be checked during entry and the discount applied at that point. (Welsh and Scottish Athletics members have their equivalent discount option).
Entry transfers (see here) will be allowed up until 4pm on June 12th 2019.
PLEASE NOTE: We are using the same registration system that we introduced for 2018 and you will need (if you don't already have one) to create a 'profile' (account) on the Results Base system - you cannot use the login details you used for 2017 or 2016 as that's for a different entry service.
Cash prizes are offered for the first (£250), second (£150) and third (£100) places for both male and female.
Under 20s trophy for first male and female in this category.
Veterans prizes for first male and female in the following categories: M40, M45, M50, M55, M60, M65, M70 and F35, F40, F45, F50, F55, F60, F65, F70.
Corporate Challenge trophy for the top three teams (mixed, first four in each team to count) - you can join or create a team as you enter
Running Club Challenge (first four male and first four female runners to count)
The Ørsted Great Grimsby 10k course is flat and on wide tarmac roads (except the last 100m which is on grass) and it is an inclusive event encouraging entries from all runners irrespective of their ability or disability.
We encourage anyone who has any concerns about the course and whether or not it is suitable for their individual circumstances to contact Nicola by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or telephone 07919 603 800. Any visually impaired athlete is encouraged to run with a guide, who should wear a hi-viz tabard denoting their role.