The 9th annual Henri Lloyd Abersoch 10K has increased its entries year on year and now has 1,000 runners taking part in this beautiful part of the country. Boasting an exciting exhilarating course the race takes place in the very popular and picturesque surf village of Abersoch, North Wales, with its narrow streets of bustling café’s, pubs and trendy surf shops. The Henri Lloyd Abersoch 10K race kicks off by running through a street packed with spectators and takes in some sensational scenery as it winds its way over tracks and roads and up on to a spectacular viewpoint over Cardigan Bay, Bardsey Island and the dramatic Snowdonia mountain range. To ensure a spectacular end to this challenging race, worthy of its stunning backdrop, the 10K finishes on Abersoch’s main beach where runners have to negotiate the groynes, battle both hard and soft sand before being welcomed by hoards of cheering spectators at the picturesque finish line. A professionally run race with a £1,000 prize fund and some nice product prizes as well as some superb bespoke zinc allow race medals. It includes bibtag timing technology, good marshaling, clear kilometer markers as well as prominent start & finish lines, drink station at 5km & the finish, and a fantastic atmosphere at the finish.