We’re taking over London’s most spectacular Royal Park on June 4 to give up to 10,000 runners the opportunity to take on the unique 10 mile distance on fully closed roads. Yep, that’s no cars, no cyclists, just runners, supporters and a few deer!

The 10 mile distance is hugely popular in the USA and we think it’s about time it became a ‘must do’ distance here in the UK too! It bridges the gap perfectly between the 10k and half marathon, providing a fantastic challenge for runners of all abilities. Whether you’re a parkrunner looking for a step-up in distance, a charity runner looking to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital or a speedster on a mission to break the magical 70 minute mark, the Timothy James & Partners London 10 Mile offers something for everyone (not least a new PB for most participants!).



We’re going above and beyond to provide all runners with a truly memorable event experience. Check out what’s included in your entry fee:

photographs Personal event photographs: we know you’re fed up of being charged a fortune for your event photos, so we’re giving them to you absolutely free.
medal A medal worth keeping: the Timothy James & Partners London 10 Mile medal is big and chunky and we think it’s the least you deserve after a 10 mile run!
training Bespoke training plan: forget prehistoric training pdfs, we’ve teamed up with Mbition – the adaptive training platform everyone’s talking about – to offer all participants a free 3 month trial. Trust us, it’ll get you to the start line in the shape of your life.
goodbag Awesome goody bags: forget pesky flyers and shampoo sachets, our goody bags are packed full of cool surprises and tasty treats that you won’t want to throw away.
parkrun A run that gives back: through our Official Partnership with parkrun, we’re donating a % of our entry revenue to them so they can continue the brilliant work they’re doing for grassroots running.
Picnic Icon Fantastic atmosphere: celebrate your achievements with your friends, family and thousands of other runners at our post-event ‘Picnic in the Park’.