30 photographs from Race for Life 2019 at Temple Newsam

The Leeds Race for Life took place this weekend at Temple Newsam.

By Rebecca Marano
Sunday, 2nd June 2019, 4:03 pm
A young boy after ringing the celebration bell.
A young boy after ringing the celebration bell.

Thousands turned out for the race to run either the 5k or 10k courses held by Cancer Research UK on Sunday, June 2.

Smiles all round for runners taking part in Race for life at Temple Newsam on Sunday, June 2.
Rene Fuller with her group Renees Rebels

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Hula-hooping at Race for Life 2019.
A young runner in his Leeds United kit reaching for the celebration bell.
Two runners holding hands as they take part in the charity race.
Runners having fun at Race for Life 2019.
The Queen of Hearts takes part in the run.
Hugs from proud spectators.
Victorious smiles from these Race for Life runners.
A successful race for this runner.
This runner is running for her niece Francesca.
Smiles all round for these two race finishes.
Another happy race runner.
This runner is running in memory of her mum.
Runners taking part in Race for life at Temple Newsam on Sunday, June 2.
Thousands of people took part.
This was the first time men were allowed to take part in the race.
Runners make it past the finish line.
Rene Fuller with her group Renees Rebels
The finish line in Temple Newsam.
Hula-hooping time.
The race was at Temple Newsam.
Happy faces at the race.
A huge thumbs up from one of the runners.
Some runners were a bit emotional but still ran to raise money.
A man dressed into a tutu getting into the race spirit.
Warm up exercises for the race.
Runners have a well deserved sit down.
The man in the tutu certainly made people laugh with his fun, pink outfit.