The Dorking Ten Mile Road Race and Cockerel 10k

 

This year the 36th Dorking 10 Mile Road Race and the 3rd Cockerel 10K took place on Sunday 11 July 2021. You can view a summary video of the event (about 7 mins) on YouTube filmed and narrated by Rob McCaffrey.

The Dorking Tens is a true family friendly event, with races for both committed athletes and recreational runners alike.  Normally we would be providing refreshments, entertainment and retail stalls in the Event Village but due to COVID-19 restrictions this will not be possible this year. The HQ will still be at the Dorking Rugby Club hub. As always with DMVAC events, we welcome and actively encourage wheelchair and disabled runners to participate.​ Normally we would have children’s races as well but again COVID-19 restrictions have meant that we have had to drop this for this year.

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Entries are closed for the Dorking Ten Mile race
Entries are closed for the Dorking 10k race

The Race HQ is based outside the Dorking Rugby Football Clubhouse. Car parking and the finish is on the Big Field, Kiln Lane, Brockham, RH3 7LR. A restricted number of toilets will be available at the Rugby Club to comply with Covid 19 regulations.  The race starts on Brockham Green which is a 5 minute walk from Race HQ.  Runners will be invited to move to Brockham Green in small groups in accordance with their Race Numbers.

Please note that the use of Ipods/MP3 players/Headphones (including bone conduction) during the race is banned for safety reasons. Anyone breaking this rule will be disqualified.​

  • Certificate of Course Accuracy 15-249 (10 mile) & 17-382 (10km)

  • UKA road race licence - in application.

  • Commemorative item to all finishers

  • Prizes for winning senior/V40/V50/V60/V70 men/women/veterans/teams and first 3 men and women overall (one individual prize per runner only) in the 10 Mile event.

  • Prizes for first 3 men and women overall in the “10K” plus age group as appropriate

  • Race start at 09:00 for the Ten Mile and at 09:40 for the 10K race. Wheelchair racers will be set off 5 minutes earlier for both races.

  • NO Pace car or this year due to COVID-19 restrictions

  • Mile markers, full support medical service

  • Depending on restrictions current at the time of the race, there MAY not be any drink stations on route due to COVID-19 restrictions so all runners MUST HAVE THEIR OWN WATER SUPPLY CARRIED WITH THEM.  Water will be available at the finish and some emergency water will be provided by marshals towards the end of the course.

  • Single lap course on lanes through scenic Surrey countryside

  • Full race information and results service

  • Runners must be over 17 years of age on race day (16 years for 10K race)

  • Entry fees are £26.00, or if EA affiliated £24.00 (£2 discount);

  • ALL entrants will have their race number posted to them.  The race chip timing device is part of this number so please take care of your race number – download race details (Directions & Map) from the links at top of the page.

 

If you have any queries please email the Race Director

Prizes for the 10 Mile Race

The first three men and first three ladies over the finish line will win cash prizes and a trophy as follows:

1st place – £120
2nd place – £90
3rd place – £60

These winners will not be eligible for the following age group trophies which are awarded separately.

1st three men and ladies U30 (i.e. 17 – 29 years)
1st three men and ladies U40 (i.e. 30 – 39 years)
1st three men and ladies V40 (i.e. 40 – 49 years)
1st three men and ladies V50 (i.e. 50 – 59 years)
1st three men and ladies V60 (i.e. 60 – 69 years)
1st V70 man and 1st V70 lady.

All affiliated runners are eligible for the team prizes – 1st three male and female teams consisting of four runners per team.

Prizes for the Cockerel 10K Race

The first three men and first three ladies over the finish line will win cash prizes and a trophy as follows:

1st place – £60
2nd place – £45
3rd place – £30

Age group medals as for 10 mile race above..

The Surrey 10 Mile Road Race Championships prizes will be dealt with separately. There will be no prize-giving ceremony, all prizes will be sent by post (or via a near-by DMVAC member). 

Surrey Qualification

To be “Surrey Qualified”, i.e. eligible for the Surrey County 10 Mile Championships, you must satisfy the following conditions:

  • born in Surrey

OR

  • have lived in Surrey for the last 9 months

  • In addition, you must NOT have competed for any other county in the last 6 months.

Race Routes

Dorking 10 and 10K Race routes

                   Dorking 10                                                                                    Cockerel 10k

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