Please note that EA membership numbers will need to be include in the on-line entry. Without this number you are uninsured to race which is why a £2 levy is added to race entries.
Please speak to one of your club committee members for more information on this
On-Line entries Close 7 days before each race
Postal entries Close 7 days before each race
|1 Race||£13:00||1 Race||£15:00|
|2 Races||£24:00||2 Races||£28:00|
|Race Series||£33:00||Race Series||£39:00|
+Booking fee when booking on-line
FREE ENTRY TO ANYONE AGE 15 OR 65 AND OVER ON RACE DAY. Email Race directory for discoiunt code for Free entry
Please be aware that new guidelines for race organisers have been issued from Run Britain asking race organisers to spot check athletes to check their England Athletics membership numbers are genuine and up to date. Please can you make sure that you have registered and paid your England Athletics Fees for 2016.
Any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
10k Online Entries
IMPORTANT INFO ON NUMBER EXCHANGES
We understand that some of you will not be able to run and, given the restriction on numbers of entrants each year, may wish to pass your number on to someone else who is able to run.
If you have entered more than one race, you can pass on a number and still run as yourself in the other race(s) if you wish.
We are happy to accommodate this prior to the race. Please download the Number Exchange form (PDF format) and hand it in before the race. If you can't download it, they'll be at the info desk on the night.
PLEASE COME EARLY TO DO THIS - DON'T LEAVE IT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE.
This is important for 2 reasons
1. If you are injured, or worse, during the race, we do not know who you are and who your emergency contact is. This means we cant get hold of people you know and we will ring the original Emergency contact saying you have been taken ill etc, etc.
2. If someone runs in your number it can cause issues with results - If you are a senior male running in a number allocated to a 74-year-old woman and it suddenly looks like a world record has been set.
Yateley road races is a non profit making race. All money earned from the race is given to charity or used to pay for commodities needed for the race. In light of this IF the race had to be cancelled for any reason we would not be able to give a refund. The committee will always do everything they can to ensure that races do go ahead as scheduled as it would only be under extreme circumstances that the race would be cancelled
Yateley 10k VR
Click the Logo above to get details of Yatley 10k Virtual Race which will run from Monday 1st June to Sunday 7th June 2020
Due to COVID-19 and the UK Gov Announcement on Social distancing we have had to make the very difficult decision to cancel race 1 (June) and 2 (July).
We will defer all June/July entries to next year (2021). If you do not wish to run in 2021 you will be able to transfer your entry to another person when the race series for 2021 opens.
We are at present holding out some hope that we might be able to run Race 3 and will update you in due course. Therfore Race 3 race is closed at the moment but If August is able to take place we will reopen it with plenty of time.
We hope that you understand that this has been a very difficult decision but a necessary one.
Age 15 and over 65 dicount is automatically applied on the entry portal
2020 Confirmed Dates
Race 1 - 3rd June 2020 - Cancelled
Race 2 - 1st July 2020 - Cancelled
Race 3 - 5th August 2020 - On Hold
New for 2020
We are trying to improve our carbon footprint. Consequently we will be using recyclable plastic cups out on the course and their will be NO water provided at the finish. There will however be tables numbers to correspond with your race number for you to put your filled drinks bottle so that you can collect it at the end of the race
|1 Race||£14:00||1 Race||£16:00|
|2 Races||£27:00||2 Races||£31:00|
|Race Series||£39:00||Race Series||£45:00|
+Booking fee when booking on-line
2018 10k and Fun Run Results
2018 Series Pictures
Yateley 10k Series raises £15,000 - £17,000 every year , which is given to local charities