Highbridge Jewellers’ Bourton-on-the-Water 10k
Bourton 10k - Sunday 25th February 2024 - 10am
Online entries to the 2024 Bourton 10k will open at 7am on Friday 1st December 2023, via the Race Nation secure portal, and will remain open until we reach our entry limit. Priority enties, for people who completed the 2023 Bourton Mile or Bourton Half, will be able to enter online at 9am on Friday 24th November 2023. If you qualify for a priority entry you will receive an email, with your personal entry access code, and confirming the deadline for its use.
The annual Bourton 10k is supported by Highbridge Jewellers, who have provided financial backing to stage the race for a number of years, and to whom we are very grateful.
We were proud to be supporting Cure Parkinsons (a registered charity in England and Wales (1111816) and Scotland (SCO44368)), as our principal charity partner throughout 2024. Bourton Roadrunners Club will contribute to the charity from the race proceeds; however, if you would like to support it personally in their valuable work you may dononate via Race Nation’s secure webpage . All donations are gratefully received. Additionally, we are also supporting local charities Headspace (registered charity: 1189822) and Kate’s Home Nursing (registered charity 1203159).
2023 Race Results
The race results for the 2023 Bourton 10k are still available via the following links:
Race results posted by LuSH race timing: Race Results
Our road race licence for this event, issued by UK Athletics, is 2024-47296, a copy of which may be downloaded, and will be on display at the Race HQ.
The England Athletics Certificate of Course Accuracy (i.e. course measure certificate) may also be downloaded, and will be available for inspection at the Race HQ.
The results for the 2023 race were again provided by LuSH race timing .
Richard De Camps of Gloucester AC was the race winner in 31:43
Ella Burfitt of Cheltenham & County Harriers was the first lady in 35:48.
Wheelchair racer Les Hampton from Cheltenham & County Harriers provided an inspiring performance finishing in 49:24.
Special thanks go to Neil Teague who led the 2023 competitors around the course on his bicycle. Whilst unknown to the runners and most of the officials, he detected a puncture in his front tyre as the runners were heading to the start area. Unfazed by such calamities, local resident Neil quickly took his bicycle home, effected the repair and was back ready for the off before the pre-race announcements were completed! You are a star Neil.
We are grateful to Highbridge Jewellers for kindly supporting our race again. Also to the Bourton Vale Cricket Club for their generous support with the provision of the race HQ.
Once again our Race Director will be .