Hull 10K runners are in for a change of scene as the city celebrates its UK City of Culture status

Hull 10K

 

When: 10 June 2018

Where: Hull

About: The Asda Foundation Hull 10K, now in its ninth year, showcases the very best this East Riding city has to offer.

A flat course great for participants just starting their running journey or more seasoned athletes, which saw a record of over 5,000 entries last year. 

This is a waterfront 10K taking in the best this maritime city has to offer, as runners will pass the stunning marina and go through the ancient old town.

Running through the heart of the historic city centre, you will set off from Alfred Gelder Street, along to Citadel Way, South Bridge Road and skirting Victoria Park.
From there it is past Hull's famous The Deep museum and a full lap of the pretty-as-a-picture marina, then back to Whitefriargate, past the City Hall and back to the grand finish outside the Guildhall!

Registration fee: £22
Minimum Sponsorship: £100
 

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