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Calendar of 10K Races in Connecticut

Running a 10K race is a challenge that requires some preparation. The 10K is a distance that a runner can enjoy the full range of demands that road racing has to offer. It is a test of endurance and speed. The 10K distance combines both the speed of the 5K along with the endurance of the longer races. Improving your 10K performance helps improve your performance of races such as half marathon or marathons.

Here you will find a listing of the 10K races registered with JogRunRace for Connecticut.

Upcoming 10K races in Connecticut

Sun, Aug 24Old Wethersfield 10k and 5k...Wethersfield, CT
Mon, Sep 1Give a Child a JumpStart 5K/10K Run/Walk Family Fun DayStamford, CT
Sun, Sep 14Darien Road Race 2014Darien, CT
Sat, Sep 20Mari's Miles of Smiles 10K, 2x5K relay & kids runCheshire, CT
Sat, Sep 27Bound For The Sound 10K, 5K and 1 Mile Fun RunOld Lyme, CT
Sat, Oct 42nd Annual Big Red 5K and 10KLebanon, CT
Sun, Oct 26Trail 2 Trail Series: Chatfield Hollow State ParkKillingworth, CT
Tue, Dec 30Girls on the Run of Fairfield County- SoleMatesNew Canaan, CT
Mon, May 25Woodstock CT Memorial Day 10K Road RaceWoodstock, CT

Recent 10K races in Connecticut

Sat, Aug 2The 2014 Top Gun Run: Second Flight (Hartford)Hartford, CT

New/Updated 10K races in Connecticut

Sat, Oct 42nd Annual Big Red 5K and 10KLebanon, CT
Sun, Oct 26Trail 2 Trail Series: Chatfield Hollow State ParkKillingworth, CT
Mon, May 25Woodstock CT Memorial Day 10K Road RaceWoodstock, CT
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