GIVEAWAY! Leeds Christmas 10k race entry

Exciting blog post klaxon!! I have an early Christmas present for one lucky reader – free entry to the Leeds Christmas 10k.

You may remember that last year I marshalled this event and had a grand old time cheering on the runners on a very cold November morning. Well to say thank you the organisers have given me a free entry for this year’s race, but I’m passing on the Christmas spirit and giving it away to one of my lovely readers!

I ran the inaugural Leeds Christmas 10k in 2012 and it was a tough course, but a very enjoyable event. The organisation was splendid, and we got a t-shirt and a mince pie at the end. Last year the conditions were a bit nicer than the ice we had that first year, but it was still chilly and hilly! It’s a really fun race with plenty of support, and definitely not just for serious runners – fancy dress is very much encouraged!

You can find out more at the Leeds Christmas 10k website.

Entering the competition is really easy – just click the link through to Rafflecopter below. Of course, it will help if you live in or can get to Leeds easily as there is no transport or accommodation offered (well, you could possibly sleep on my sofa!). The winner will be announced as soon as possible after the closing date of October 5th.

Good luck and I’ll see you on the course somewhere (I’ll be the crazy marshal making all the noise).

Leeds Christmas 10k giveaway

1 comment
  1. I’ve entered as the race day is on my birthday and as we all know there’s no better way of celebrating than running a race and then getting drunk šŸ™‚

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