Race Calendar

Dream Team 10 Mile

19 Dec 2021

Teesside Industrial Estate, Stockton-on-Tees
Starts: 10:00
Distance: 10 Miles
Entry Fee: £8.00

Race 10 miles in true Dream Team fashion.

The Dream Team 10 Mile is an inclusive competition for all abilities to get involved in. Situated 4 weeks before the Brass Monkey Half Marathon it provides a perfect pre-race build up to greater things this winter or simply an opportunity to race a 10 miler on a flat, fast and energetic course. Participants will compete in true Dream Team fashion within teams of 3. Teams will be seeded and randomised making it fully inclusive and competitive. Results will be recorded on gun to tape time not chip time. Team draw: The teams will be drawn LIVE on our Facebook page on the Wednesday before the event takes place. Entertainment: On each corner of the 2 mile laps we will have music and support from our volunteers. The course: 5 x (1.5 mile lap + 0.5 mile lap). There will be a water/fuel station on each lap of the race. Age limit: 16 Prizes: 1st team - a trophy each 🏆 and a cash prize of £30 each. Presentation: The presentation will take place 20 minutes after the last person crosses the line. Performances will not go on Power of 10. If you have any questions on the event please get in touch. Thanks, Kieran and Ben


North East Project

Quetlaw road,
Wheatley Hill,
Kieran Walker


10 Miles
Entry limit:
Remaining places:
Race licence:
Not suitable for wheelchairs


  • Water stations
  • Distance markers
  • Baggage store
  • No toilets
  • No changing facilities
  • No showers
Race HQ:
Allison Avenue, The Square of Scooter

Entry Fees

The prices below include race fees, card charges and admin; there are no hidden extras.

NEP 10 Mile Entry£8.00
Entry on the day will not be available. ENTER NOW to guarantee your place.

Latest Entries

See all

Look who just entered:

  • Simon Bennett, Hartlepool Burn Road Harriers
  • Steven Taarland, North East Project
  • Harcombe-Moore Gemma, New Marske Harriers AC
  • Helen Hall , North East Project
  • Mark Poole, North East Project

Previous Years