This year’s event takes place on Sunday 14th November 2021.
Future Derby 10 Mile events will take place on the following dates:
- Sunday 20th November 2022
- Sunday 19th November 2023
- Sunday 17th November 2024
Please refer to the race terms and conditions.
As part of our Covid-19 safety measures, all race numbers will be posted out in advance of race day. If you have an issue with your race number such as it being damaged or lost, you must contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the cut-off time of 8pm on Saturday 13th November. We will not be dealing with reissuing damaged or lost race packs on race day.
Running numbers must be worn for the race and pinned to the front of your running top. It is also a race requirement that you write on the back of your running number your name, address, emergency contact details and any medical conditions. If you have recorded any medical conditions, please mark the front of your running number with a red ‘X’.
Running numbers are non-refundable and non-deferrable. Any athlete found to be running with any number other than that issued to them will be disqualified and reported to UK Athletics.
In accordance with UK Athletics Rules, no one under the age of 17 years on race day will be permitted to participate in the 10 mile race.
Chip Timing (attached to your Race Number)
The race will be using a chip timing system to ensure the runners’ results are as accurate as possible. The official results are based on chip times so runners based at the back of the field will not be at a disadvantage according to their result.
The timing chip will be attached to your Race Number – please do not bend or remove it otherwise you will not receive a result. Race Numbers and the attached timing chip do not need to be returned.
Getting to Derby Arena
The Derby 10 Mile race takes place at Derby Arena, DE24 8JB, which is located in Derby not far from the M1 motorway and easily accessible from the A52, A50, M42 and A38. Please follow event signs and marshals, not your Sat Nav.
Event Car Parks
Recommended arrival times for entering the event car parks will be provided in due course. Parking spaces are on a first come, first served basis and it is advised that you aim for the Pride Park & Ride car park accessible from Island 2. Car sharing is recommended. Should you wish to cycle to Derby Arena, you will be able to lock your bike outside the Arena (subject to availability). We recommend that you aim to arrive 90 minutes before the start of the race (9.30am). Derby Arena’s car park will be closed between 10.30am (or earlier if full) to 11.15am.
Please follow the marshals’ instructions at all times when entering and exiting the car parks. Please be patient at peak times.
A car park map for 2021 will appear here in due course.
There will be plenty of toilets available. All runners and spectators will be directed to use these on race day.
Runners are politely asked not urinate in any other location around Derby Arena or public locations along the race route.
Further details about the start plans will appear here in due course.
After crossing the finish line, runners will be directed into the Race Village to collect water, a medal and a technical t-shirt. Please show your race number when collecting your t-shirt. Whilst we have ordered t-shirts in requested sizes we cannot guarantee your preferred size.
Race Photography & Results
Photos will be taken during the event and will be on the Derby 10 Mile website following the event. The results will be compiled by FR Systems and these are expected to be online shortly after the race.
From 1 April 2016 a new rule regarding the wearing of headphones in road races was introduced into the 2016-2018 edition of the UKA Rules of Competition: “The wearing of headphones, or similar devices, (other than those medically prescribed), is not permitted in races on any single carriageway road that is not wholly closed to traffic.” As the Derby 10 Mile is a UKA licensed event, the above rule applies. However, since the publication of this new rule, a further supplementary rule in September 2016 states that headphones that work by conducting sound through bones and do not sit in the ears are acceptable. Runners must be alert at all times to directions given by marshals in the case of an emergency situation.
Runners wishing to wear bone conduction headphones on race day must complete this form.
Race Licence Number: