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Thousands take to the streets for the UKFast City of Salford 10k

On Sunday 3rd September 2017 more than 3,500 entrants descended upon MediaCityUK Salford for the ever growing UKFast City of Salford 10k.

UK Race Director at Sports Tours International, Graham Jackson commented: “This was our most successful race yet with superb support from the people of Salford and beyond. The UKFast City of Salford 10k attracts every type of person – from elite runners to charity fun runners and local businesses too. It’s that eclectic mix that creates such a unique atmosphere and it such a special race.”

The UKFast City of Salford 10k route takes in some of Salford’s most iconic sights, including MediaCityUK, The Imperial War Museum, Coronation Street Studios and the Old Trafford football stadium.

Supporters turned out in force around the route to cheer on each and every one of the participants – many of whom were out to set a personal best, raise money for charity or simply to enjoy the atmosphere. Altrincham & District AC’s Mohammad Aburezeq took the title as this year’s male winner, completing the 10k course in a blistering 30 minutes and 29 seconds, pipping Iraitz Arrospide from City of Sheffield & Dearne into second place in a time of 30 minutes 32 seconds.

Adile Hlebo representing Trafford AC rounded off the top three with a time of 31minutes and 33 seconds. In the women’s race, Trafford AC’s Jacqueline Fairchild ran a superb race coming home to take the win in a time of 35 minutes and 2 seconds. Kirsty Longley finished second representing Liverpool Pembroke & Sefton Harriers AC with Welsh athlete Bronwen Jenkinson coming third in 37 minutes and 19 seconds.

Sale Harriers Manchester took both the Male and Female Affiliated Club titles on the day, with the University of Salford taking home the title of Business Trophy Winners 2017. Salford’s own Craig Keatley was this year’s wackiest entrant, completing the course twice wearing a pair of flippers, which formed part of his training for a coast-to-coast challenge in aid of The Christie.

The Christie were one of three official charities at this years event, alongside Key 103’s Cash For Kids and The Diane Modahl Sports Foundation.

Full results are available from with more photos on the official Facebook page