K-Swiss City of Manchester 10k 2010
Posted: mercredi mars 24, 2010
Thanks to everyone taking part in the K-Swiss City of Manchester 10k. It was a fantastic race with over 2,000 people taking part and hundreds of enthusiastic supporters to cheer everyone along, with the legendary Ron Hill MBE and the Lord Mayor of Manchester setting the runners off at the start.
The men’s race was won by Jean Ndayisenga in a time of 29.22, with the women’s race being won by Salford Harrier Tessa Walker in a time of 35.03. We also saw great performances in all the other categories. You can check your own result by clicking on the link at the foot of the page.
It was super seeing all the young runners take to the track for the Toddler Trot. We hope this becomes even bigger next year!
We hope you all had the chance to visit the K-Swiss stand and try on their latest range of running shoes. If not, then don’t despair, visit your local running shop or visit their website at www.kswiss.co.uk for more information. Thanks to K-Swiss’s support in making the City of Manchester 10k such a great event this year and we look forward to working with them in the next couple of years. Thanks to Shock Absorber for supporting their challenge this year.
Thanks also to all the volunteers and marshalls who turned up to help, and everyone at Sportcity and Manchester City Council for their kind assistance, and also to Sweatshop Hyde, Sweatshop Manchester Arndale, Powerade and Take to the Streets for all the help they provided over the event. Plus, thanks to the charities for their help and encouragement of runners.
You can view pictures below on www.mybibnumber.com for some more great photographs and see if you can spot yourself!
We look forward to seeing you next year at the 2011 K-Swiss City of Manchester 10k. Further details will be available later in the year, but you can sign up for our regular email by clicking here.
We would welcome your comments about the 2010 K-Swiss City of Manchester 10k. Please send these to Brendan@sportstoursinternational.co.ukThank you.
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