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On your marks for the 11th High Legh 10k


ENTRIES open on Monday, October 9 for next year’s High Legh Robert Moffat Memorial 10k race.
The race – it will be the llth annual competition – will take place on Sunday, March 4, starting at 11am.
This year’s 10th race was a huge success, as despite a deluge before the start, the race was won in a record time of just 32.35 by James Wignall. The beauty of the race is that while it regularly attracts elite athletes, many use it to set a personal best or to beat the one hour mark, to raise sponsorship or simply to make it their first ever event. There is plenty of time to get into shape before next March and in the New Year, Lymm Runners will be running their beginners course which is always popular.
More detailed information and an opportunity to enter is available at the website www.highlegh10k.org.uk
Last year the race filled up in a record time of seven weeks!
The course is the same, starting and finishing at High Legh Primary School and mostly on quiet, flat country lanes.
A spokesperson for the race said: “We are also keeping the improvements of the recent years including chip timing, the start/finish on the road outside the school, the fabulous finisher’s technical running T-shirt in the goody bag, along with lots of other stuff provided by our sponsors together with a medal for all finishers. We are proud that this is so much better value than many other races and we have even held our entry fees once again.”
There will be 14 prizes for the various categories as well as the trophies for the overall male and female winners and the team trophy.
Various training events will be arranged in the lead up to the race including “Run the Route” sessions.


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