Hyde Park is the ultimate iconic London location. In the shadow of Buckingham Palace, Marble Arch, Wellington Arch and Knightsbridge, you'll run alongside the world-famous Park Lane through the lush green space of this jewel of all the Royal Parks. The two-lap course takes you by the famous Serpentine Lake and past historical monuments The Princess Diana Memorial Fountain, Holocaust Memorial Gardens, Achilles Statue, Speakers' Corner, The Old Police House and The Bandstand.
All of our races are for runners of all abilities. With a great atmosphere, instant results printing and goody bags with blinging medals for every finisher, you'll find all you need to bring out your best run.
This Hyde Park 10k is part of the Royal Parks Winter Series - a three-race series across November, December and January - each race in a different Royal Park.
To enter the series for guaranteed entry into all three races, to qualify for series points and prizes, whilst saving money, visit the series entry page.
Race DetailsWhen: Sunday 27 January 2019
Results: Available instantly via print out at the race (subject to on site wifi connection) and posted online within 24 hours of the race with email notification by email to every runner
Medals and Prizes: A medal and goody bag for all finishers with prizes for the first 5 male and female runners in each race
Series GP: Prizes for the top male and female runners across the series and each of the MV40, MV50, MV60+, FV35, FV45 and FV55+ categories
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In order to be considered for the Series Grand Prix, competitors must participate in a minimum of 2 of the 3 scheduled races throughout the series.
It is the responsibility of each competitor to ensure that their First Name, Surname and Date of Birth are accuractly recorded and consistent to ensure Series results accurately reflect their cumulative points score.
Age categories will be determined on the basis of a participant's age as of the first race of the series.