Make a note of www.northeastraces.co.uk and go there if you can't get to this website.
Races publishing Covid-19 plans. This web page includes several races planning to take place with Covid-19 restrictions. Where a race publishes plans for abiding by the Covid-19 regulations, the advert on this web page 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. On this website "cancelled" means the event will not take place this year whereas "postponed" means the event organiser plans to hold the event later in the year.
Latest postal/online entry forms for 2021. Ingram Hillforts Trail Race, Haltemprice 10K, Whixley 5K and 10K, Slaley Hall and Forest Half Marathon and 10K Trail Runs, Kirkstall Abbey 7, Sheffield Santa Fun Run and Walk, Denby Dash, Morpeth 10K, Leeds 5K Series - Race 4, Leeds Abbey Dash.
Recent results. Howden Ashes Run, Darlington 10K, York 10K, South Shields 10, Pontefract 10K, Souter Lighthouse 10K, Glendue Fell Trail Race, Leeds 5K Series - Race 3, James Herriot Country Trail Run, Castle Howard Marathon, Half Marathon and 10K
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.
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The map has pushpins that show where races are taking place.
Click on a pushpin to get more details about a race.