MIPIM Tennis Classic 2018
14 March 2018
The LandAid 10K is the biggest property 10K. On 7 June, hundreds of runners will take part to raise money to end youth homelessness in the UK.
Whether a seasoned runner or just beginning your couch to 5K journey, we’ve got a way for you to do your bit to end youth homelessness.
This year we will have two races:
The 10K race where the property industry once again gets their racing shoes on and gets competitive
A 5K fun run for those of you who are just beginning your running journey
So whether you are aiming for a personal best or taking in the sights and sounds of Clapham Common – the LandAid 10K has something for you this year.
After the success of our first CEO Challenge trophy last year, we will also be introducing an Ambassador Challenge in 2018.
The LandAid 10K will take place on Thursday 7 June 2018 on Clapham Common
10K starts: 5.30pm
5k starts: 5.45pm
You can take part in the LandAid 10K for just £35 and we ask that you raises a minimum sponsorship of £120.
We also have a different payment model available to companies. If you make a minimum donation of £5,000, you can enter up to four teams of four people from your company instead of paying the entry fee and fundraising (please note we will still need you to complete our booking form, please select payment by company invoice option).
Your entry fee includes:
We are working to grow our Event Village so watch this space for exciting updates…..
We are currently seeking six trophy sponsors at £750 +VAT each.
There are also a number of other sponsorship opportunities available. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested or would like further information.
Thank you to our headline sponsor Evans Randall Investors.
The race course follows a scenic route around two laps of Clapham Common (just one for those of you taking on the 5K race). The race starts and finishes on a stretch next to the LandAid Event Village, near to the Bandstand. The course is multi-terrain but fairly flat; you will run on grass, trail and concrete paths. There will also be stewards along the course to help guide you and to keep the general public off the course. There are some sharp turns on the course, although fewer than last year, so please follow the signage throughout! Whilst the course involves no road crossings, Clapham Common is a public space so you will need to look out for members of the public!
Measuring the course
Innovation Sports, our event management company, have extensive experience in measuring and finalising routes for 10K runs. The route has been measured using both a metric wheel and GPS and has been calculated based on the fastest line taken on the course. Please note distances according to personal GPS apps on phones may vary depending on the line taken during the race.
Guidance on footwear
Please ensure you are wearing suitable footwear, which should be running trainers which support your feet correctly and have adequate grip, especially if the ground is wet.