Race Experiences

Andi Szilagyi Published: Sunday 25 March 2018
Title: Lovely and fast race, brill organisation
Fantastic race, fast route (I ran a PB, yay), lovely and friendly people, amazing volunteers, well organised race. Highly recommended. Extra thanks to the marshals who were constantly supporting on the road, despite the chilly morning. :)
Richard Hooley Published: Sunday 25 March 2018
Title: Greatly improved course running clockwise
Great experience with efficient friendly marshals providing motivation and encouragement all the way around. Seasons PB on new course which seems improved mainly as the running on camber just after the track is eliminated. Definitely try to complete the whole series
Gary Forde Published: Sunday 25 March 2018
Title: a vote of thanks
Very well organised and friendly race. A really good atmosphere. Some great runners taking part with a nice sprinkle of other calibre runners - me included! Good value too and within the lovely Battersea Park. 
The new configuration of the race route is better in my view, resulting in a PB for this race although sad,y not quite a PB for 10k. I plan to run others and the 5k summer series.  So, a big thank you to Sri Chimnoy for organising and Running. Keep it up. 
SHARAD SHARMA Published: Sunday 18 February 2018
Title: Feb2018
Well organised event. Thanks a lot.

-Sharad
Ben Jones Published: Monday 27 November 2017
Title: Best 10k time since 2011
My first Sri Chinmoy event. great race, really well organised and really friendly folk both volunteers and fellow competitors. 

Cant wait for it to start again next year. 

Thank you. 
Kristina Randrup Published: Monday 27 November 2017
Title: a long awaited PB
The last time I raced a 10k, over a year ago, I came close to running sub-40, crossing the finish line at 40:13. For over a year, those last 13 seconds have frustratingly loomed over me, with no opportunity to redeem myself. I have an unusual approach to racing: I run every day, with a pretty consistent weekly mileage and pace and only throw in minimal speed work when I have race coming up. Because I don't train specifically for races, I never quite know how prepared I am for the race when I'm standing on the start line. Yesterday, I managed to sneak across the finish line in 39:28, almost a minute PB and over two minuted before the next woman. It was a good feeling to say the least and makes me even more excited for my next races and running capabilities.
Shankara Smith Published: Tuesday 11 July 2017
Title: Race Photos
Hi, you can see photos from the race here http://ukgallery.srichinmoyraces.org/London/2017/10km-RACE-4-March

Event Details

Organiser Details

Organiser
Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team
Website
Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team website
Contact Details
: races@runandbecome.com
: 07734298024