伯羅和辛菲爾德加入了數百人的 "與犀牛賽跑 "活動，該活動致力於支持整個利茲社區的成人和兒童。
The former Rhinos joined the club's team to raise money for the Leeds Rhinos Foundation and the Rob Burrow Centre for MND appeal.
"It's been a while since we have been able to do some sort of running or activity," he said.
"We have been waiting on this [wheelchair] to get delivered, it's our first run with it today and we came 39th.
"Thankfully it stayed in one piece and hopefully he enjoyed it, I know I did."
He added: "A lot of people were clapping, I think Rob has been such a huge inspiration to everybody that people have been really happy that we have been out on the course for it. It's been a really nice day.
Some of the money raised from the Jane Tomlinson Run For All event will also be donated to Burrow's MND fund.
Burrow and Sinfield joined hundreds of others in the Run With the Rhinos campaign, which works to support adults and children throughout the Leeds community.
In 2020, Sinfield famously led a team that ran seven marathons in seven days to raise more than £2.7m for motor neurone disease (MND) research.
Burrow was recognised in the Queen's New Year Honours list in 2021 for services to rugby and motor neurone disease (MND) awareness during Covid-19.
The Jane Tomlinson Run For All Leeds 10k is now in its 15th year, and took a new route this time with runners setting off from outside the University of Leeds Parkinson Building.