The hugely popular race follows a two-lap course, taking in the harbour and the common, before finishing near the town’s Red Lion pub.
Sunday’s event was won by Samuel Stevens (City of Norwich AC) in a time of 33.18.
Second place went to Andrew Heide, and third to Rowan Stringer.
Taking top prize for the ladies, was Jo Andrews (Bungay Black Dog RC) in a time of 40.15.
Second female was Frances Pugh, and third Clea Turvill.
The event plays a significant role in Adnams’ charitable giving every year.
All profit from the run, after costs, goes to the Adnams Charitable Trust, which in turn supports organisations and causes within 25 miles of Southwold.
Andy Wood, CEO of Adnams, said: “The entire Adnams team and myself send huge congratulations to all those who took part in this year’s 10k.
“Yet again, it was a sell-out race, with 900 entrants – many of whom travelled from quite some way to take part, such is the popularity of this unique Southwold event.
“As a company, we’re incredibly proud of the legacy of this wonderful race, not only because it sees so many smiling faces outside, getting active and doing something great for their wellbeing, but because its profits go directly to the Adnams Community Trust, which in turn supports so many fabulous local causes.
“I’m very grateful to the various Adnams staff members who were involved in the organisation of the race, and equally to the Suffolk community, for taking part, or just turning up to cheer others on. Events like this really show the county’s spirit at its best!”.
Adnams 10k has been taking place for 15 years – even being held virtually during Covid – and has helped to raise thousands of pounds for good causes.
Adnams is headquartered in Southwold, Suffolk and has won the Queen’s Award for Enterprise three times.
Picture: 10k Winners-photography by Warren Page of Pagepix.