Oxford Town and Gown

Registrations for Oxford Town and Gown 10k are now open!

Oxford Town and Gown is the oldest run in the series. It started in 1982 as a fun run. It now attracts up to 5,000 runners every year – including serious athletes, fun runners and club runners. The 10k takes you along a City Centre closed-road route that finishes in the University Parks.

This route is unique and scenic, which makes it perfect for all runners. You’ll find beginners taking on their first 10k race, and more experienced runners, hoping to beat their personal bests.

If you’re wanting to run your first, your fastest or your most orange 10k yet – this is the race for you.

 

 Oxford Town and Gown

Date: Sunday 12 May 2019.

Location: Oxford University Parks: OX1 3RF

Registration fee:
10k - Unaffiliated runner: £23 | Affiliated runner: £21 (16 years+)
3k - £10 (9 - 15 years old)

Timings:
9.15am - The Junior 3k starts
10am - The 10k starts

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 Oxford Town and Gown

Date: Sunday 12 May 2019.

Location: Oxford University Parks: OX1 3RF

Registration fee:
10k - Unaffiliated runner: £23 | Affiliated runner: £21 (16 years+)
3k - £10 (9 - 15 years old)

Timings:
9.15am - The Junior 3k starts
10am - The 10k starts

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Additional Information

Oxford Town and Gown route

The 2019 event route is likely to be the same as in 2018 pending confirmation.

The start will be on South Parks Road, which is a five-minute walk from the Event Village. There will be signage from the Event Village as well as announcements on the PA.

The finish is in University Parks, going into the Event Village where runners will be cheered by crowds and the event compere.

The route takes you on to Oxford High Street and round the back roads of many of Oxford’s historic colleges. As you loop around the closed roads and soak up the atmosphere of the crowds, you’ll enter University Parks for the final 3km of the route. After running along the River Cherwell, you’ll finish your race in front of the Event Village and Cricket Pavilion.

Fun fact about the route:

Some of the historic colleges you run past date back to the 13th century!

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2018 Results

2018 results are still available on the following links

Results from 2017

You can compare your times with last year using the following links