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Calendar of 10K Races in Florida

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 Florida.

Upcoming 10K races in Florida

Sat, Dec 5Phillies Stadium Holiday Run With Frenchy's Tiki Bar Post Race PartyClearwater, FL
Sat, Dec 5Ed Root Memorial 10K and 5K RunNew Smyrna Beach, FL
Sun, Dec 27Boca 5K & 10KBoca Raton, FL
Sat, Jan 23Destin's 6th Bayou, Bay & Beach 5K Run/Walk, 10K & Half MarathonDestin, FL
Sat, Mar 262016 Trail of Payne 10kMicanopy, FL
Mon, Oct 2RW Training ClubWellington, FL

Recent 10K races in Florida

Thu, Nov 262015 10k Turkey Trot & 2 Mile Fun RunGainesville, FL
Sat, Nov 14Columbia St. Augustine Half Marathon Weekend 2015St. Augustine, FL
Sat, Nov 14The Florida Run at Lake Louisa State ParkClermont, FL
Sat, Nov 7Honeymoon Half Marathlon A Race Thru Xanadu On Honeymoon Island 2015Dunedin, FL

New/Updated 10K races in Florida

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