Carlisle Resolution 5K & 10K

Sunday January 19th 2025

Carlisle Racecourse, Durdar Road,

Durdar, Carlisle CA2 4TS

Carlisle Resolution 5K & 10K Results 2024 – HERE

Carlisle Resolution 10K Prize Winners 2024 – HERE

Carlisle Resolution 5K Prize Winners2024 – HERE

This is a Fully Chip timed event This is an officially measured course certificate

Course Records

Male 10K – 30.53, Jacob Adkins, Keswick AC, 2021.

Female 10K – 35.41, Hannah Russell, Helm Hill Runners, 2024.

Male 5K – 16.38, Kieran Reynolds, 2021.

Female 5K – 18.41, Nadia Shaw, Cumberland AC, 2020.

Race Information

Date/Time – Sunday January 19th 2025

Start Times – 10K 10:00, 5K 10:15

Race Licence – 5K & 10K (2024-45635)

Course Measurement – 5K (16/453) & 10K (10/011)

Location – Carlisle Racecourse, Durdar Road, Durdar, Carlisle CA2 4TS


Facilities – Toilets for both male/female are available. Ample parking on the hard stand inside the race course or in the field opposite, baggage lay down area. Refreshments available.

Registration – 08:30 – 09:45 please don’t leave it to the last minute this will only delay the start.

Race Numbers – Race numbers and timing chips etc. will be issued at race registration.

Race Safety Briefing – The race briefing for both 5K & 10K runs will take place at approx. 09:50am.

Race day information – Will be emailed to all competitors after online entries have closed. Any updates are required to the race information they will appear on this page and social media. Important updates will also appear on the Sport in Action home page.

Safety – Please keep to the left at all times please bear in mind there will traffic on both sides of the road that will be trying to pass. For your safety give them as much room as possible. Caution should be taken at all turns the 5K as 2 right turns both will have a minimum of 2 marshals, the 10K as 3 right turns the final one will take you back onto the main Dalston to Durdar road this will have a minimum of 3 marshals 2 with red flags to warn traffic of any danger please take extra care at this turn. Marshals are there to assist you they are not there to make decisions for you, so please make sure the road is clear before crossing.

This is a UKA licensed event only bone conductor headphones are allowed.

Course – The routes are 5K & 10K and use a mixture of quiet country roads which are generally flat or gently undulating. The road surfaces are generally okay.  The runs will finish directly in front of the racecourse grandstand. Athletes are requested to follow the race director’s instructions and be aware of the dangers of cars and cyclist.

See links for map of routes: Map Route 5km Here & Map Route 10km Here 

Risk Assessment – A full course risk assessment will be on display at the event HQ on race day together with maps of the route, the race permit and the measurement certificate in accordance with UKA rules (Permit No TBA).

Results – The results will be available live online approx. 20mins after the start go to:

Prize presentation – The prizes for the 5K will occur as soon as possible after the last competitor has finished. The 10K Prizes for the 1st 2nd & 3rd Male & Female finishers will take place approximately 60mins after the start. the remaining prizes will be presented as soon as all age group winners have been confirmed.

Prizes – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Male & Female. Age Groups – These prizes will be awarded as follows Male or Female age groups with 1 to 17 competitors 1st Place only, Male or Female age groups with 18 to 27 competitors 1st & 2nd place and Male or Female age groups with 28 or competitors 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizes will be awarded.

Any age grouper that finishes in an overall prize position (1st, 2nd or 3rd Male or Female) will receive the overall prize. That age group prize will then roll down to the next person in that age category. The third place prize will not be less than the age group winner.

Any queries