Gallery: Hundreds of runners put their best foot forward for Woodbridge 10K
HUNDREDS of runners stepped out to compete in a hugely popular road race.
The Woodbridge 10k was held yesterday and attracted a bumper field.
Spectators lined the streets of the historic riverside town to watch as hundreds of runners put their best feet forward.
The winner was Aaron Scott, who set a new course record, crossing the finish line after a speedy 31mins and 30sec.
Roger Hobson, from race organisers the Woodbridge Shufflers, said 720 people took part in the 10k race, while 190 juniors competed over a one-mile course. He said: “The day went extremely well and as usual we had a very good turnout.
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“We have been over subscribed since February – the field filled up within three hours of going on-line. The popularity of the race is just incredible.
“We are extremely well supported by the local community. It is a fantastic event and shows that community spirit in Woodbridge is alive and well.”
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Mr Hobson also said he would like to say a big “thank-you” to the race sponsors and to all those who helped out on the day to ensure it went according to plan.