The Asda Foundation Leeds 10K course has something to offer, regardless of age or ability.
Seasoned runners can take advantage of the super-flat and fast route to compete for their personal best, whilst new runners can embrace the incredible atmosphere to achieve their own goal, whether that's just getting round, or supporting a good cause.
With a truly electric city centre start and finish, and great support around the route, there are few events to rival the Leeds 10K.
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0 - 1km - You will head down Vicar Lane and past the iconic Corn Exchange before avoiding the many tipples on Call Lane heading east towards Sovereign Street.
1 - 2km - Heading past Leeds Train Station onto Wellington Street and continuing east to bring you past the old Yorkshire Post building and under the viaducts onto Kirkstall Road.
2 - 3km - Settle into your stride as you continue down the very flat section of Kirkstall Road – laden with encouraging charity cheerleaders to spur you on.
3 - 4km - At 3.8km you’ll find the first Asda Foundation water station located at Cardigan Fields.
4 - 5km - With the Leeds-Liverpool canal to your left, you’ll continue down Kirkstall Road.
5 - 6km - Reaching the turning point at Savins Mill Way, you’ll do an 180 degree turn and return back down the flat Commercial Road and Kirkstall Road.
6 - 7km - Continuing down Kirkstall Road, you’ll find the second Asda Foundation Water Station at 6.7km.
7 - 8km - Continuing along Kirkstall Road, as you push yourself into the latter part of the race, you return under the viaducts near Cardigan Fields and head into the final 2km.
8 - 9km - The final section of Kirkstall Road will sweep you past Leeds’ array of television and radio studios, Kirkstall Fire Station and towards Westgate Point.
9 - 10km - Prepare yourself for the home straight, as you head up Westgate Point and onto The Headrow where you’ll find roaring spectator crowds waiting to cheer you over the finish line.