Thame 10k Road Race


26 June 2022

26 June 2022
Thame Town Centre

Thame 10k Road Race

About Thame 10k Road Race

A fast and friendly 10km race which goes through the centre of Thame out to village of Towersey and back along the traffic free Phoenix Trail.

Thame 10k Road Race is one of Thame’s largest mass participation sports events with over 1000 entrants taking part. CPM have been sponsoring the event since 1994.

The race attracts a wide range of runners from top runners in Oxfordshire competing in the Grand Prix series to many local residents who take part as personal challenge or to raise money for their personal good causes.

Race entries are now open for the 2022 race which will take place on Sunday 26 June 2022.

The Thame 10k Road Race will start at the earlier start time of 9.00am.

On-line entries

Please see important ticketing information below.

Ticketing information

  • Online entries are via the Run Britain website.
  • No entries on the day for the 10km race
  • The Thame 10km has grown exponentially over the past few years so the organisers decided to restrict the race to 1000 entrants based on advice from the Police and Athletics Association officials.

Race information

Your race number bib with embedded timing tag will NOT be posted to you. Instead, please collect by the race HQ (by the start/finish) on the morning of the race. There will be several helpers handing these out to runners. Please fix the race number to the front of your t-shirt or running vest.

In line with many other races across the UK, the use of headphones is not allowed. The main reason is for the safety of runners as those with headphones are unable to hear the instructions of marshals or traffic.

Unfortunately the course is not suitable for runners pushing children in buggies.

Please do not give your race number to someone else unless you have done it officially before the transfer window closes on 21 June and notified the organisers.

Good to know

  • No Dogs on School Playing Fields. As the race is making use of school playing fields, there is a strict policy of no dogs on the fields at the start/finish for runners and spectators.


Unfortunately the course is not suitable for runners pushing children in buggies.

Supporter / spectator access

The organisers are delighted to welcome spectators to come along and cheer on the runners and support their family and friends along the route on the day.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)