The HBO 10K Committee are proud to present…
The 2021 virtual three-race series!
To show our appreciation for our exceptional key workers, all money raised will be split between our beloved NHS and the local primary school.
With distances to choose from for each event, runners of all abilities and ages can join in. Run, walk, stroll, saunter or gallop your distance to win a uniquely designed medal and T-Shirt. Whether you’re going for a personal best or catching up with a friend while you walk, this is the event for you.
You have 2 months to complete 1, 2 or 3 virtual events. Each event has the choice of 10K, 5K and a 2K fun run for all the family.
Just register for each race, run your chosen distance and submit your results before the end of August.
To Register, do the following for each event
Registration includes a uniquely designed medal featuring one of the scenes of our historic village. These large, heavy medals are specifically made to order and come with a beautiful rainbow ribbon sporting the distance you ran.
When you register you also have the option of adding the event technical T-Shirt to compliment your medal. The bespoke design will make these custom T-Shirts really stand out!
You can sign up for any combination you like, for example:
Register for all 3 races and T-Shirts.
Register for 1 race with a T-Shirt.
Register for 3 races with only the medals.
Register for 2 races and 1 T-Shirt.
And any other combination you can think of. The choice is yours!
Child T-Shirt sizes are also available so anyone can enjoy and support our NHS and local primary school with these races.
Making a Difference
We would like to say a big thank you to all the runners, marshals, sponsors and spectators for making the 2019 race such a great success.
Well done to the 2019 winners Chris Burgoyne and Rachel Sweatt
What an amazing day we all had– 2019 results can be found here
Now in its 35th year, the HBO 10K has grown to be one of the largest and most popular road races in the South East, attracting 1500 runners nationwide. Held in the medieval village of Hatfield Broad Oak near Bishop’s Stortford and organised by the local school PTA the race is held on country roads which are fully closed to traffic which gives the race a very special atmosphere as residents and spectators gather to cheer you on as you loop through the village in a figure of eight eventually finishing on the beautiful village green in the heart of the village.