HUNDREDS of people hit the streets to ensure the second Rotherham 10K was a runaway success.
Around 530 runners tackled the town centre run on Sunday and dozens of supporters filled Clifton Park to cheer them on across the finish line.
Marathon man and event organiser Ray Matthews said it was a “superb day”.
“It went with a massive bang, everything went spot on and we had great comments about the marshals on the course,” he said.
Nearly 200 runners also enjoyed the one-mile fun run which incorporated the Schools’ Challenge Trophy, which five schools competed for.
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