By Lindsey Emery on
In the space between a 5K and the half marathon lies the 10K, a distance that caters to recreational runners and serious competitors alike. Do one to build speed, strength and endurance – and to enjoy a fun change of pace.
It’s no surprise that the 10K is the UK’s most popular race distance. Look through a typical 10K field and you’ll find some runners who’ve moved up from 5K, others using it to build speed endurance while training for a longer race, and speedsters making it the focus of their ...