The Leeds 10k as it is also known was taken up by ?? Eccleshill road runners
The Leeds 10K was Jane Tomlinson’s vision. Jane founded the race using funds she raised by completing a series of astonishing endurance challenges, all whilst battling terminal cancer. Jane died in 2007 soon after launching the first 10K. Today, the event has grown to become the highlight of the city’s running calendar; a hugely popular, inclusive and superbly-supported race for participants of all abilities. In many ways, the Leeds 10k captures the can-do, inspirational spirit of its founder. Throughout the route that takes in many of the city’s historic landmarks, crowds come out in force. A fantastic atmosphere and friendly volunteers make the event unforgettable for all.
David Goodyear and Annie Kisluk had a change of distance this weekend and both really lapped up the challenge which was made all the more difficult with the hot sunny conditions.
This chip timed event ensured all finishers picked up a finisher’s goody bag a quality tech T-shirt and an exclusive medal.