Hi ,
It looks like you're using an ad blocker.



The revenue generated from the adverts on the site is a critical part of our funding - and it's because of these ads that I can offer the site for free. But using the site for free AND blocking the ads doesn't feel like a great thing to do, which is why this box is so large and inconvenient. Some sites will completely block your access, but I'm not doing that - I'm appealing to your good nature instead. Did you know that you can allow ads for specific sites, whilst still blocking them on others?

Thanks,
Ian Williams aka Fetch

Welcome To Fetcheveryone

Our awesome training log doesn't hide its best features behind a paywall. Search thousands of events, get advice, play games, measure routes, and more! Join our friendly community of runners, cyclists, and swimmers.
Click here to get started
Already a Fetchie? Sign in here

Brighton 10k

Listed by Mikuro
, Brighton BN2 UK
63 Entrants Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
AdrianR Unaffiliated 48:33 49:15 49:15 60.39
Alopex UKnetrunner 42:48 42:48 44:30 42:48 65.40
anne23 Unaffiliated 45:14 49:06 49:52 49:06 60.93
atrain247 FERC 44:50 46:50 46:50 58.57
benno Unaffiliated 46:23 50:06 50:06 55.09
Biggsy Wiggsy runbritain.com 1:26:03 1:26:03 1:50:00 1:26:03 34.92
BobParr Unaffiliated 49:14 57:58 57:58 49.38
brighton_lee Unaffiliated 41:42 46:48 46:48 57.37
brookso Unaffiliated 40:00 46:00 46:00 58.83
Bul Clapham Chasers 33:14 34:51 34:30 34:51 77.94
Buster_Girth Unaffiliated 42:50 55:02 55:00 55:02 49.17
carlbob London FrontRunners 40:53 44:22 44:22 60.52
Chevy Unaffiliated 42:14 50:30 50:30 53.79
Cookie Ranelagh Harriers 39:10 41:23 43:18 65.61
Coxy Apple Hercules Wimbledon AC 47:16 47:16 44:59
Damo666 Striders of Croydon AC 36:44 38:09 38:09 72.84
Deliboy Bromley Veterans AC, Sydenham Wheelers CC 39:09 39:09 39:09 68.91
Dips Brighton & Hove Women's Running Club, UKnetrunner 50:56 52:45 53:21 62.36
Enka Unaffiliated 58:00 58:00
forest plodder Totton Running Club 53:39 56:03 58:00 56:03 63.35
funkin Ranelagh Harriers, The Stragglers RC 38:55 38:57 39:59 39:32 69.02
GavinT Unaffiliated 39:43 41:57 41:57
Ghengis Redhill Distict Royal Mail AC, Striders of Croydon AC 41:35 47:03 1:01:06 46.50
Ginger N Beckenham RC 36:05 42:57 45:00 42:57 62.67
Hark the Heleg-Advent Angels Sing Bedford Harriers AC, FERC 1:06:58 1:11:56 1:15:00 1:11:56 48.05
Hollywoof! Unaffiliated 41:45 41:52 41:52 65.52
Icedancer Striders of Croydon AC 52:28 52:28 52:52 63.08
JeyChick Unaffiliated 43:13 43:13 43:13 70.19
John66 Barnes Runners 58:44 1:00:42 1:05:00 1:00:42 47.16
johnny-the-eagle Crowborough Runners 44:31 45:25 48:00 45:25 63.98
JoPamSam Runnymede Runners 50:11 50:11 49:59
Kaz D Unaffiliated 56:30 57:12 59:00 57:12 52.30
kink bunny No running club 52:48 52:56 54:00 52:56 56.53
Kirsty Ranelagh Harriers 46:52 46:52 47:13 63.65
Lady Sol Anstey Amblers and Runners 58:20 58:20 58:20 51.29
Leeston Reading Roadrunners 49:58 57:40
less bounce Unaffiliated 1:07:42 1:07:42 1:07:42 47.59
Lottie140 Dulwich Park Runners 58:00 58:00 1:10:00 58:00 51.28
LTW Northbrook AC 56:55 56:55 56:55 56.36
mackfly Unaffiliated 37:45 39:02 40:45 39:59 69.02
mildmanneredjanitor Unaffiliated 54:03 54:03 1:00:00 54:03 51.06
ninjaman Striders of Croydon AC 37:30 40:21 40:00 40:21 72.57
PlodderK Wadhurst Runners 39:03 45:17 45:00 46:26 72.53
Ploddington Bear FERC 56:44 59:00 56:00 59:00 51.63
Puffing Bertie Unaffiliated 53:43 53:46 53:46 57.24
RatRace Unaffiliated 39:18 41:51 41:51 64.66
Runningmachine Wadhurst Runners 41:20 42:12 42:45 74.20
shineyheadmike Brighton & Hove City AC, Portslade HedgeHoppers 44:08 46:07 46:07 64.99
SleighbellsDippily FERC 58:00 58:00 58:00 53.45
slow downs Unaffiliated 41:52 45:35 45:35 58.90
Snapstinget FERC 48:54 48:54 48:00 48:54 64.33
SooWoo Wee County Harriers 45:29 49:23 49:23 62.84
Spiggot Unaffiliated 45:04 55:37 55:37 53.79
SteveX Striders of Croydon AC 42:30 42:30 43:21 69.69
streatham stroller Herne Hill Harriers, Road Runners Club 43:19 43:45 44:59 43:45 66.42
The great dollop Unaffiliated
tinx Heathfield RRC 51:43
touche turtle Hailsham Harriers 44:42 48:08 48:08 64.48
Tpod Unaffiliated 51:30 51:30 55:00 51:30 52.14
Trophywife Watford Joggers 40:08 46:06 46:06 65.82
Vin Rouge Striders of Croydon AC 38:40 41:38 41:38 68.24
WineRunner52 Road Runners Club 43:16 47:12 48:30 49:22 64.79
wizlyn Serpentine RC 38:01 38:14 38:14 78.27

This event is listed on these dates:

streatham stroller
Excellent very pleased with my run . . .
kink bunny
i cant believe i did so well with that wind wahoooo.
maybe i should race without my garmin more often, but i don't think i should start in the 35 minute section again woops!! it was too late when i realised why the woman had 35 written on a bit of cardboard box.i tried to keep over to one side so i wasn't in the way, naughty me not paying attention.
John66
It's going to be close to a PB although not done much training. 50/50 chance I reckon.

1:00:42 - woo hoo - 5 mins quicker than Reading

Woo hoo!
Buster_Girth
Considering conditions and minor injury, delighted with time, although curse missing out on my predicted time by one second (hoping chip time might rectify this, but doubtful). Went through halfway 20 seconds behind pace so managed to claw this back in a strong headwind.
EDIT. chip time rounded up to 55.02. Damn
JoPamSam
4th time of running this race and really want to get under 50mins for the first time.
Hark the Heleg-Advent Angels Sing
Aimed to be 5 minutes quicker than the Herts 10k. Achieved 8 minutes faster, so well pleased. The headwind was hard work.
Ginger N
Bimey loads of my PB, I'm not sure it counts tho as I used the strong wind coming from behind to fly to the 6.5k mark then held on during the return leg and went for broke in the last 2k. It was cold and very windy but very satisfying to finish sub 43!
funkin
Anything sub-40 would be great considering recent injuries and training.
AdrianR
It was a bitterly cold morning but the forecast rain held off. I was very pleased to beat my PB by exactly 3 minutes. Very pleased with the pacing and the stamina held up despite not having trained as much as I would have liked in the past couple of months.
Alopex
Chuffed! And may have gone sub 42 had it not been for the conditions
Tpod
Shiny new PB!
mackfly
going for PB. Should be OK if the weather is not either chucking it down or windy.

Great race, the head wind at the turn made for a tough last 3.5k but just held on for my first sub 40min .
anne23
The watch said less than 53 minutes for the first 10k of CP10, so 51 seems reasonable to aim for now. UPDATE: forget that, if I can do 5km in less than 23 then I should at least try to go under 50 for this.
Puffing Bertie
Well i did better than i thought i would..........but the wind in the last 2 miles was evil. At least the rain held off for the race, not so when we wanted to go shopping !

HEY i just realised ...........I got a PB :-) whoopie :-) ;-) :-)
Coxy Apple
Would like to get PB here.
Snapstinget
The wind got me. But still faster than Croydon. Oh, and maybe the 5 k the day before? We will never know. Went thru 5k in 23:21 (same time as I did yesterday) but heading back into the wind from the 6.5 k mark was just too much. I just hope betting is done on pbs and not predictions! My time may be a second or so out by the way. I'll put in the official time when the results go up.
SteveX
Windy and cold but my last race before Luton marathon. Left calf felt a bit tight so went carefully in the latter stages.
Bul
Pretty confident for a pb as long as there isn't a lot of seaside wind ** UPDATE: Bloody Wind!
wizlyn
Not the sub-38min I was hoping for, but then *that* wind put paid to that: boy(!) did that turn @ 6.5k take it out of me!! Happy though with the time and the effort, which, while not exactly comfortable, felt pretty controlled :-)
mildmanneredjanitor
Freezing cold, very windy, geat atmosphere and a PB. Nuff said!
johnny-the-eagle
Went out a little too fast but managed to keep it going through the stong, cold headwind in the last 3.5km.
Over the moon with the time (PB) - could struggle to beat it in the future but would hope there's a sub 45 minute 10K somewhere deep inside!
ninjaman
Got to try and break the 40 minute mark. Well i almost did it. Running into the wind for the last 3.5km did for me. Still i felt pretty good and almost caught Simon on the line.
Kirsty
What a lovely day out at the seaside. What is potentially a very dull course goes by in a flash, I think mainly because of the aspect of being able to see faster and slower people along the way and cheer on friends. Also I like looking at the sea. Missed my pb due to the 'slightly windy' weather, but am happy with time. In fact I had loads of energy towards the end, it was just hard battling the wind! Lots of fun afterwards, eating chish and fips and playing on the pier. Thank you rain for waiting til the afternoon.
forest plodder
Very windy and cold - into a headwind for most of the second half. Luckily had 2 friends to help pace me, so got a PB!
RatRace
Despite the wind I blew my 10k demons away.

Felt good, prob means I should've gone quicker.
Happy anyway... but I still despise this distance...
Biggsy Wiggsy
Bloody hell this was cold and really really Windy!! Bet my MP so very happy would have been quicker but struggled with breathing
Cookie
Fantastic run, especially as I raced hard yesterday. 4 mins slower than last year but my fastest run since injury and inside 7 min/mile. Things are coming together.
Hollywoof!
First me and the race history... <br/>
<br/>
- we always go there.<br/>
- we always get PBs.<br/>
- the sun always shines...<br/>
<br/>
Now the excuses... <br/>
<br/>
- The weather forecast was awful - the rain held off but the sea showed how windy it was... <br/>
- It is only a week since that marathon PB and my legs are a tad tired...<br/>
- Have I mentioned that it was cold?<br/>
<br/>
Now the race report...<br/>
<br/>
- Sat in the car feeling cold<br/>
- Knew my PB was somewhere near 41:50 so set my Garmin up to monitor 4:10<br/>
- Strangely they let us join the race start from the start - so I ended up near the front (normally I'm way back)<br/>
- Then we're off...<br/>

- 4:01 - into the gale - surprise myself<br/>

- 4:01 - turn around - wind on our backs - this is nice<br/>

- 3:59 - almost tripped up by someone who's cutting their way through the pack - give them a good shove out the way.<br/>

- 4:07 - up the only hill on the course<br/>

- 4:04 - make it to the official 5km mark in 20:03 - a new PB :-)<br/>

- 4:07 - the odd wind gust coming in from the side - but I'm still cruising<br/>

- 4:14 - at 6.5km we turn around and yowzers - there's the wind and it's strong<br/>

- 4:32 - I love this wind...<br/>

- 4:43 - actually it's not fair to blame this just on the wind... my legs were also complaining... and my mind wandered off a little - spent far too long waving and shouting to racers coming the other way...<br/>

- 4:00 - that's more like it - down the only hill on the course and also putting some effort in<br/>
<br/>
End result... 00:41:52... And then fish and chips and a beer :-)... And then the rain really arrives!<br/>
<br/>
Some post mortem... I've just discovered my PB was 41:45 - really I could easily have beaten that today despite the marathon legs - but at least I got a new 5km PB and it felt quite easy really (maybe because it was mainly wind assisted?)... if anything, the only lesson I learnt was that I shouldn't take these shorter races quite so unseriously... (but then, that wouldn't be fun?)
shineyheadmike
very windy!! glad the rain held off though as we might have all ended up with exposure. PB but was hoping to beat 45, oh well there always another day!!
JeyChick
Don't know how but managed a PB by 10 seconds. Only 10 seconds!, but felt good to acheive that with that bonkers wind.
Ploddington Bear
slower than expected... I put it down to the horrible head wind on the way back from Hove (nothing to do with not having trained hard enough, oh no!)
PlodderK
Very windy and bitter cold with blustery off shore wind
Lottie140
Very hard
Back To Top

Close