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Citywire 10k: the top 10 revealed

We reveal the 10 readers who would have given Mo Farah plenty to think about had he entered our annual fundraiser at Regent's Park.

1. John Daly, Investec

Time: 34.18

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2. Steve Wooley, Investec

Time: 35.39

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3. Sam Blanshard, Carmignac

Time: 35.51

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4. David Lewis, Jupiter

Time: 36.28

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5. Ian Visser, Investec

Time: 37.08

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6. James Ashcroft, Seven Investment Management

Time: 37.57

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7. Stewart McAndie, Ashmore Group

Time: 38.17

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8. Nick Wood, Quilter Cheviot

Time: 38.34

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9. Tom Lawson, Chase de Vere

Time: 38.47

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10. Mark Griffiths, Investec

Time: 39.24

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