Wesham10k 2017. Saturday 25th November 2017 10.00am
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.
The entries for the 2017 10k have now opened. You can enter the Wesham 10k online now. Enter now
“An absolute brilliant club race event that would rival professional companies for organization, marshal enthusiasm, value for money and awesome medal and bag. A great HQ with a pub landlord that really embraced the event with his friendly staff and excellent food and tea offers.
Well done Wesham Road Runners on a fab event.”
“What a fantastic race today! I really enjoyed it and got a PB! Thanks for the organisers and Marshalls for keeping us safe 🙂 looking forward to next years already.”
“Fabulous race today. Only my second ever 10K and thoroughly enjoyed it – well organised and very friendly and cheery marshalls! Will be back next year.”
“A huge thank you to everyone involved in the organisation – my first 10K and I really enjoyed it.”
“A brilliantly organised race thank you!”
“My first ever 10k I would like to say a big thank you to all the organisers & Marshalls. Clearly lots of effort and organisation has gone into the event. Well done to all involved.”
“Fab run, well done to the marshalls for toughin’ out the icey temps, already looking forward to next years haha”
“Really enjoyed the race this morning, loved the course and a massive well done to all the Marshalls for standing about in the less than tropical weather”