The Wesham 10k is one of the North West’s oldest continually running 10k road races. Held every November, the race is slightly undulating, running around the lanes of Salwick and Lea Town.
The first Wesham 10k race in 1986 was completed by 154 runners. Since then the event has grown continually and regularly attracts a good quality, large field of runners.
In 2016, 463 runners completed the 10k race. This was the first time since 2009 that the race had sold out and we were only 3 runners away from recording our highest number of finishers.
Over 100 runners scored new PBs and a further 57 ran their best time of the year in spite of the icy conditions.
Rob Danson of Wesham Road Runners was the race winner and the first lady home was Laura Hesketh of Clayton le Moors Harriers.
Road race around the lanes of Salwick and Lea for approximately 550 runners
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**NOTE: Prices shown below include booking fees. Nothing extra will be added at the checkout.**
You should collect your race pack/number at the venue on the day at the event. Please arrive in good time.
Name: Peter Cooke
Link to events website: http://www.weshamroadrunners.co.uk
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