Rob Halladay leads the field in the 1997 race
Since 1993 runners have been taking on South Yorkshire’s most popular run with the goal of not only finishing but getting a Christmas pudding at the end.
For 27 years people have been stepping out and putting their best foot forward around Loxley and taking in the views over Damflask Reservoir.
Percy Pud founders Richard Dunk and Alan Barnett with the Christmas pudidngs for all competitors in 2013 A CHristmas elf taking on the race in 2018 The start of the 1997 race RUnners in the 2018 Percy Pud Thumbs up from last year's runner with a festive hat Pounding the tarmac in 2017 Eilish McColgan (2nd place) and Andy Heyes (first place) in 2016 Competitors round Dam Flask Reservoir in 1999 The start of the 25th Percy Pud race First home in 2000 left Hussain Bashiv, Stockport; and second Mohammed El Sadiki of City of Sheffield. Sheffield running club Steel City Striders' Percy Pud 10 km race along the Loxley Valley, Sheffield to Low Bradfield and back in 2000 All smiles for runners in 2016 The Sheffield Newspaper Team taking on the Percy Pud challenge in 1997 Clive Kelty looking festive in 2016