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Leeds Abbey Dash in Tweets

In the region of 12,000 runners braved the wet and chilly weather to take part in the 10km Abbey Dash today.

The race, which raised around £300,000 for Age UK, started on Wellington Street to Kirkstall Abbey and back to Leeds Town Hall.

Dan Studley, of Bristol, won the men’s race in 29 minutes 43 seconds, while Charlotte Arter, from Cumbria, won the women’s in 33:02. Full results on the Age UK website on Monday.

The race hashtag #abbeydash trended at number five nationally on Twitter this morning. Here are some of your Tweets:



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