ASDA Foundation Leeds 10K

2018 Entries are now open - Click here to sign up! 

Launched over 10 years ago and now one of the highlights on the region's running calendar, Jane Tomlinson's original legacy run is famed for its fun, friendliness and fantastic atmosphere.

And if it's a PB you're after, this is the run for you thanks to its flat, fast course and enthusiastic spectators who will spur you on to the spectacular Town Hall finish.

Race Guide

For a glimpse of the 2017 Leeds 10K Race Guide click here. 

For a flavour of Leeds 10K, watch the short video, below:

 Video by Simon Dewhurst

 

Results and Photographs

 

For the 2017 full results, click here.

2017 wheelchair results can be found here

To view the official photographs from the Asda Foundation Leeds 10K, click here

 

 

My Journey...
Michelle Hardwick

Emmerdale star Michelle Hardwick made her 10K debut  in 2015 when she lined up alongside thousands of other runners for the Asda Foundation Leeds 10K.

It was the first major race tackled by Michelle - Vanessa Woodfield in the popular ITV soap – who only started running three months before. The 39-year-old actress, who lives in Leeds, said: “I wanted to set myself a challenge. My brother and sister-in-law do the Leeds 10K every year and they suggested I should have a go. I loved it!”

Michelle ran in aid of the MS Society. She said: “It’s a cause that’s very close to my heart. My auntie has lived multiple sclerosis for over 30 years and it’s a terrible illness. The society does a tremendous amount of good work and the run is a great opportunity to raise funds to support that work.

My Journey...
Liz Leeson

Twenty-four-year-old Liz Leeson tipped the scales at 16st 8lbs when she decided she needed to turn her life around. Fearing for her health, Liz changed her eating habits and started to exercise – just a few steps at a time. Within 10 months she had lost 6 and a half stone and become a committed runner. She took taking part in her first organised 10K in Leeds in 2015 and supported Macmillan Cancer Support. Liz said: “Running is the cheapest and easiest way to get into exercise because you can just put your trainers on and go – you don’t have to pay a gym membership.”