The Plusnet Leeds Half Marathon is one of the highlights of Leeds' sporting calendar and as Yorkshire's biggest hospice run has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for local and national charities.
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First across the finish line was Mohammad Aburezeq in a time of 1hr 07mins 12secs. Yared Hargos took second place in 1hr 07mins 27secs with Joseph Wade third in 1hr 12mins 03secs.
Hannah Oldroyd was the first woman home in 1hr 23mins 07secs followed by Bethany Garland, who clocked 1hr 25mins 38secs for second spot and Bethany Pudifoot who took third in 1hr 25mins 51secs.
The winning wheelchair athlete was Bret Crossley who finished in 1hr 01mins 37secs.
For the 2016 full results, click here.
For a glimpse of the 2016 Leeds Half Marathon race guide click here.
Whether you're a beginner to half marathon running or have lots of runs under your belt, we want to help you every step of the way with some key training tips.
Your exclusive 14-week Leeds Half Marathon training plan
We've teamed up with Marathon Talk's Martin Yelling - a former national duathlon champ and coach - to come up with three 14-week training plans aimed at all abilities.
Click here to download the Beginners training plan
Click here to download the Improvers training plan
Click here to download the Advanced training plan
Aftershokz is the official headphone provider of Run For All. Aftershokz sits comfortably in front of the ear and use bone conduction to deliver sound through the cheekbones to your inner ear. This means you can enjoy your music and still hear everything around you, including marshal instructions, emergency vehicles and fellow competitors. Run For All participants can benefit from a special discount – prior to your chosen event you will be sent an email containing the code to obtain this special offer. Click here for more details.
2015 Leeds Half Marathon results can be found here.