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june, 2024

2024sun23jun9:00 amRanelagh Harriers Richmond 10k (Race 4, Surrey Road League)9:00 am Kew and Ham Sports Association, Riverside Drive, Ham TW10 7QAAge:Minimum 15 years on race dayTerrain:MixedCLICK FOR QUICK ENTRY >

Event Details

Start and finish: The start and finish are on the grass area at the junction of Riverside Drive and Ham Street, approximately 100 metres from the Race HQ.

Race numbers and timing chips: A full entry management is available for this event.

Getting there by public transport: Bus routes 65 and 371 both stop within a 10 minute walk of the race HQ. Please see the Transport for London website for routes and information.

Parking: There is limited parking at race HQ, but there is plenty of free parking around Ham Common and the surrounding roads a short walk from the start and finish. Please be considerate of local residents when parking. Parking is not available at the Ranelagh Harriers clubhouse.

Facilities: Changing facilities, toilets and showers are available at race HQ. Bags may be left in the changing rooms, this is at your own risk as the changing rooms won’t be locked.

Refreshments: Teas, coffees and ice-cream will be available to buy at race HQ.




This is a fast 10k in a great location near Richmond Upon Thames, with scenic views of the river and trees around Teddington Lock and Ham House. The flat two-lap course is run partly on roads and the Thames Towpath, providing a great opportunity for a new PB!


From the grassy start, runners head along Riverside Drive towards Kingston, before turning right onto the service road leading down to Teddington Lock, and then left before the lock onto the higher riverside towpath. The course then runs along the towpath before turning left onto Lower Ham Road and continuing onto Richmond Road, Dukes Avenue, Dysart Avenue, Burnell Avenue, Beaufort Road and before turning left back onto Riverside Drive.


The second lap begins with a left hand turn towards Teddington Lock and round again. After completing the second lap, runners will continue along Riverside Drive towards the finish.


Each kilometre will be marked out and marshals will be at all turns on the route. There is one water station on the course and runners will pass this twice, at approximately 2.4km and 6.5km. Water will also be available at the finish.



  • Please always be aware of other road users, runners, cyclists, and spectators.
  • Roads will not be closed to traffic. While running you must keep to the left-hand side of the road, run on the pavement where possible, and observe the Highway Code.
  • Unfortunately, the course is not suitable for wheelchairs or pushchairs.
  • Blind or partially sighted runners may be accompanied; other runners must not be accompanied or followed by others on bicycles.
  • Dogs and headphones are not permitted in the race.



2024: click here for full results >


Previous winners

YearMen’s raceWomen’s race
2024Sam Friend32:14Georgie Bruinvels (Aldershot Farnham & District AC)35:50
2023Gary Laybourne (South London)32:17Ruby Woolfe (Thames H&H)36:07
2022Ollie Garrod (South London) 31:26Kate Brown (St. Mary's Richmond)37:09
2021James Bartram (Thames Hare and Hounds) 33:00Lisa Bailey (Stragglers) 37:38
2019Ollie Garrod (South London)32.24Liz Davies (Springfield Striders)35.03
2018Ollie Garrod (South London)31.55Stephanie Davis (Clapham)35.43
2017Phil Wicks (Belgrave)31.25Hannah Irwin (Guildford & Godalming)35.45
2016Phil Wicks (Belgrave)30.3Georgie Bruinvels (Aldershot F&D)34.54
2015Gus Upton (Belgrave)32.21Hayley Munn (Clapham)36.07
2014James Connor (Kent)31.14Tish Jones (Belgrave)34.3
2013Phil Wicks (Belgrave)30.45Tish Jones (Belgrave)34.45
2012John Gilbert (Kent)31.03Sandra Wilson (Serpentine)35.54
2011Nick Torry (Serpentine)31.02Lucy Macalister (Thames H&H)35.08
2010Paul Martelletti (Victoria Park)30.33Sam Amend (Belgrave)36.28
2009Stuart Major (South London)32.36Jess Petersson (Stragglers)37.17
2008Stuart Major (South London)32.42Naomi Warner (Thames H&H)35.54
2007Jason Simpson (South London)32.16Ceri Diss (Herne Hill)37.39
2006Stuart Major (South London)32.04Naomi Warner (Thames H&H)34.52
2005Paul Doyle (Ranelagh)31.53Naomi Warner (Thames H&H)35.23
2004Hassan Raidi (Belgrave)32.19Charlotte Dale (Invicta)34
2003Lyndon McKevitt (Herne Hill)32.23Lucy Hasell (Thames H&H)36.28
2002Stuart Major (South London)31.53Berhane Dagne (Belgrave)35.13
2001Craig Kirkwood (New Zealand)31.28Elana Mayer (South Africa)34.08
2000Tim Don (Elmbridge)31.07Una English (Ireland)34.14
1999JP Van Wyk (Hercules Wimbledon)30.58Kim Stephenson (West 4)39.14
1998Stuart Major (South London)31.05Maria Bradley (Overton)34.58
1997Hugh Jones (Ranelagh)31.34Anita Mellodew (Epsom & Ewell)36.36
1996Hugh Jones (Ranelagh)31.26Clare Pauzers (Herne Hill)36.05
1995Wayne Oxborough (Thames H&H)30.18Phyllis Flynn (Stragglers)37.32
1994Mark Goddard (Shaftesbury Barnet)29.49Sandra Edwards (Epsom & Ewell)37.45
1993Dave Clarke (Hercules Wimbledon)29.5Lesley Leggett (Collingwood)37.52
1992Adrian Passey (Bromsgrove & Redditch)30.16Ann Ford (Hounslow)35.02
1991Barny O’Connor (Massey Ferguson)30.15Kate Fitzgibbon (London Olympiades)38.05

Course records:

Current course
Sam Friend 32:14
Georgie Bruinvels (Aldershot Farnham & District AC) 35:50


Course up to 2023
Phil Wicks (Belgrave) 30:30
Tish Jones (Belgrave) 34:30


Course up to 2009
Mark Goddard (Shaftesbury Barnet) 29:49
Charlotte Dale (Invicta) 34:00


Kindly sponsored by Sporting Feet, prizes will be awarded as follows:



  • Open Race Podium: 1st, 2nd & 3rd
  • Open 35 – 44: 1st
  • Open 45 – 54: 1st
  • Open 55 – 64: 1st
  • Open 65+: 1st
  • Women Podium: 1st, 2nd & 3rd
  • Women 35 – 44: 1st
  • Women 45 – 54: 1st
  • Women 55 – 64: 1st
  • Women 65+: 1st


Should an individual be eligible for a Podium and an Age Group prize, the greater value prize will be awarded. The other prize will be offered to the next finisher in either the Podium or Age Group race.



  • Men’s (4 to score): 1st – £80 cash
  • Women’s (4 to score): 1st – £80 cash


Course Record:
£100 cash to the first fastest person to break the Open or Female course record. If not won, prizes roll over to next year.


PB prize draw:
Run a PB (including an age PB) and go into a draw to win £50 cash (subject to post race verification)


Look out for other spot prizes available in the run up and on the day!