Take-two for the eagerly anticipated Asda Foundation City of Lincoln 10K

The popular Asda Foundation City of Lincoln 10K returns for 2018 on Sunday 1st July.

 

Runners are eagerly anticipating the Asda Foundation City of Lincoln 10K as the popular charity road runs returns for 2018 on Sunday 1st July.

The run had previously been organised to take place in March, however, due to extreme weather conditions it was forced to be postponed with the runners’ safety in mind. Now taking place on Sunday 1st July, the runners are set to enjoy much brighter and lighter conditions.

This year will be the 22nd running of the Asda Foundation City of Lincoln 10K which has grown in popularity year on year.

 

As one of the highlights in the region’s sporting calendar, the 10K boasts a sold-out field consisting of over 5000 runners. The 10K is also likely to attract large supportive crowds who will gather to watch the runners from various hotspots throughout the city.

Tristan Batley-Kyle, Head of Events at Run For All, the organisers of the City of Lincoln 10K, said: “The City of Lincoln 10K is a lovely flat route and always enjoys an excellent atmosphere. We look forward to seeing everyone on the start line.”

Many good causes across Lincolnshire expected to benefit from the popular charity road run as part of the Asda Foundation 10K Series.

The Asda Foundation 10K Series is now well underway after enjoying successful races in King’s Lynn and Hull. Races in Leeds, Burnley, York, Nottingham, Leicester, Bury and Sheffield are still to feature in 2018.

Mandy Rivett, Co-ordinator of the Asda Foundation, said: “The Asda Foundation City of Lincoln 10K always generates a fantastic atmosphere and is sure to be a highlight in the 2018 Asda Foundation 10K Series.

“The efforts of all those taking part will help support the work of some excellent charities.”

The 10K’s partner charities are Jane Tomlinson Appeal, St Barnabas Hospice, Macmillan Cancer Support, Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance, Brainstrust, Lincoln and Kesteven Age UK, homelessness charity Leap and the chosen charities of the Mayor of Lincoln, Chris Burke -  Lincoln Foodbank and Lincoln Community Larder.

The event is sponsored by Asda Foundation, City of Lincoln Council, BBC Radio Lincolnshire, Lincolnshire Echo, Lincoln Castle, Arla Protein, Aftershokz, Runderwear and bananakick. 

 

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