Make a note of www.northeastraces.co.uk and go there if you can't get to this website.
Some races are planning to take place.
This web page now includes a few races planning to take place with Covid-19 restrictions. Where an organiser has plans for abiding by the Covid-19 regulations, the advert for the race includes some details of those plans. All this may change if the Government alters the Covid-19 regulations. Above there's a button enabling you just to see those races that have announced some Covid-19 plans. If you know of any other road/trail races advertising their Covid-19 plans, then please e-mail me. There are also buttons enabling you to hide all the cancelled/postponed races so that you can easily see what may be taking place.
Although some race organisers say they are "postponing their race to 2021" on this web page that race is identified as "cancelled". And "postponed" is only used for those races which have a new date in 2020 or for those races where the organiser is looking for a new date in 2020. Races that have been converted into virtual runs are marked as "cancelled".
Latest postal/online entry forms for 2020. Tholthorpe 10K, Beamish Hall Social Distance Trail 10K, Autumn Coast Road 3K Time Trail, Slaley Hall Social Distance Trail Races, Brighouse 5K, Saltaire Stampede, Doncaster 10K, Run Durham Hamsterley 10 Miler and 5 Miler, Hull 10K, Hull Half Marathon.
Latest postal/online entry forms for 2021. Round Sheffield Run - Winter, Newmillerdam Quacky Trail Race, Burton Leonard 10K, Ripon 10M, Pudsey 10K, Doncaster Half Marathon, Doncaster Town Centre 5K, Sandall Beat 10K Trail Race, Northallerton 10K, RunForJo.
Keep up-to-date. Follow @northeastraces on twitter as it's sent a tweet whenever there's a new entry form or a new set of results.
This web page displays a map that has pushpins that show where races are taking place. Although prior to June 2018 this web page worked using a map from Google Maps, it didn't work during Summer 2018 because Google wanted my credit card details if I continued to use Google Maps. However, this web page is now working again as in October 2018 I switched to using maps from Ordnance Survey.
If you click on the button to remember the postcode, this web site will use a cookie. Although cookies have been used by web sites for many years, a change to the UK law in May 2011 means that a web site now has to ensure that you agree to a cookie being created. If the cookie has been set and you wish to change your mind, you will be able to remove it by clicking the delete the cookie button.
The map has pushpins that show where races are taking place.
Click on a pushpin to get more details about a race.