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Tuesday, May 31, 2022

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MAYOR WU ANNOUNCES STABILIZATION GRANTS FOR ALL FAMILY CHILD CARE PROVIDERS IN BOSTON

All registered family child care providers will receive $3,260 in flexible spending
BOSTON - Tuesday, May 31, 2022 - Mayor Michelle Wu today announced the City of Boston Childcare Stabilization Grant, providing all family-based child care providers a one-time flexible spending grant of $3,260 to be used for their businesses. This funding will provide additional support to early childcare educators and providers in an effort to stabilize childcare providers in Boston as they continue to recover from the economic impacts of the pandemic. All 459 licensed family child care providers in Boston registered with the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care will receive the grant, which is funded through the American Rescue Plan Act and was approved by the City Council in 2021. 

“Empowering early childhood and childcare providers is critical to ensuring an equitable recovery for Boston’s young children and working families,” said Mayor Michelle Wu. “As we work to ramp up access to accessible, high-quality childcare, these investments will immediately support our early childcare providers in their critical work to set up all of our children and families for success.” 

Boston had 489 family child care providers in March 2020, of which 400 are still open today. Today 459 family child care programs have an active EEC license. Boston has lost 89 family child care providers since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and gained 59 new ones. These grants will help family child care providers sustain or grow their business to give more Boston families access to high-quality early education. The grant can be used to offset a variety of costs including hiring or retention bonuses for child care staff or to support new and existing learning activities.

Massachusetts is the second most expensive state for childcare in the U.S., with center-based infant care costing an average of $20,913 per year. Family child care providers tend to be more affordable than center-based childcare, making them a critical service for low- and moderate-income families. Family child care providers can also offer families more flexible hours, as well as multilingual or mixed-age settings. 

The childcare industry is primarily composed of women. In Boston, 92% of the childcare workforce is made up of women, 62% are people of color, and 39% are immigrants across centers and family-based settings. The Childcare Stabilization Grant will assist in closing economic gaps for providers and ensuring they can continue to provide access for working families who need childcare options.

“Supporting family child care providers in the City of Boston is essential to our economic recovery,” said Alexandra Valdez, Executive Director of the Mayor’s Office of Women’s Advancement. “This funding is an important investment in giving childcare and early education providers the resources they need to create successful, sustainable businesses in our city. These funds will empower a profession that is largely represented by women, specifically women of color, and our immigrant community. As a first-time mom, I know that it’s essential to ensure that childcare providers continue to have the resources needed in order to succeed.”

“High-quality, accessible early childhood education and care is a public good, and we must treat it that way – especially as we recover from the pandemic,” said Kristin McSwain, Director of the Office of Early Childhood. “I’m excited that the City of Boston is able to leverage our federal recovery funding to support these providers that are a lifeline for so many families in Boston.”

In March, Mayor Wu announced that Kristin McSwain will lead the newly formed Office of Early Childhood as Director and serve as Senior Advisor to the Mayor. The Office of Early Childhood was created to advance the administration’s commitment to universal, affordable, high-quality early education and care for infants, toddlers, and all children under five. The office seeks to expand access to early education and childcare programs, invest in Boston’s early education and care workforce, and build a central point-of-entry for residents looking for information on early education and childcare programming and wraparound services for young children and their families.

The Mayor’s Office of Women’s Advancement (MOWA) has prioritized childcare as a critical issue for Boston’s families, leading several landmark initiatives. Boston launched a first-in-the-nation citywide childcare survey in 2019. MOWA, in conjunction with the Election Department, is collecting submissions for this year’s survey online which was included with this year’s Annual CensusIn 2021, MOWA and the City of Boston’s Economic Mobility Lab developed the Childcare Entrepreneur Fund, a grant program to empower family-based childcare providers through business training and technical assistance. Throughout the pandemic, the program expanded significantly to provide additional aid, with programming in English, Spanish, and Cantonese. In 2020, MOWA released a report about the state of childcare during COVID-19. The City of Boston will continue to enhance high-quality and accessible childcare through the new Office of Early Childhood

For more information about the grant, including eligibility and status, contact bostonwomen@boston.gov.

New Bystander Intervention Animated Videos Show Methods

 New Bystander Intervention Animated Videos Show Methods

Everyday People Can Do to Fight Rise in Hate Incidents

Research shows 75% of people reported intervening after receiving bystander intervention training


May 31, 2022 (New York, NY) — AARP, Right To Be (formerly Hollaback!), and Asian Americans Advancing Justice – AAJC joined forces this Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month to produce a series of animated videos to introduce bystander intervention methods (how to recognize harassment and safely intervene) to wider audiences. New data shows that 75% of people that witnessed harassment after attending Right To Be’s training, reported then being able to actually intervene.

In the last two years Asian Americans have been the victim of horrific attacks and verbal assaults. Unfortunately, the need for bystander intervention training has only grown more acute. The FBI reported a 76% increase in hate crime incidents motivated by anti-Asian bias in 2020, compared to 2019. The animated videos introduce Right To Be’s “5Ds of Bystander Intervention,” which provide people with actionable steps to address different forms of harassment. 

“When Asian Americans Advancing Justice – AAJC (Advancing Justice – AAJC) began to see the increased hate and harassment directed at Asian Americans at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we were able to partner with Right To Be to adapt their bystander intervention training to address anti-Asian hate and harassment,” said Marita Etcubañez, Advancing Justice – AAJC’s Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives. “Since launching our training series in April 2020, Right To Be and Advancing Justice – AAJC have reached and trained over 100,000 people.”

Right To Be’s methodology involves five methods of bystander intervention. Each animation describes one of the five methods, which have been developed and tested over the past decade by Right To Be, through its training sessions that have helped hundreds of thousands of Americans learn how to answer the question, “what should I do?’ 

“We can witness harassment in various forms, from covert racial micro-aggressions in everyday life to overt gender discrimination in the workplace. Oftentimes, we want to diffuse the situation but don’t know how,” says Emily May, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Right To Be.  “The animated series illustrates how to best navigate instances of harassment as a bystander. Our goal is to transform bystanders into allies!”

As is the case for many people of color, Asian Americans are feeling unsafe and living in fear. The partners have found it heartening to see the outpouring of support as over one hundred thousand people have signed up for bystander intervention training sessions, but now with these new videos the partner organizations are eager to reach even more people through this medium.

“In my reporting on anti-Asian hate and attacks against Black, Latina/o/x, and LGBTQIA+ communities over the past ten years, I’ve seen how bystanders want to help but aren’t sure how,” said Richard Lui, an NBC News/MSNBC anchor who volunteered to direct the series on behalf of the Asian American Journalists Association. “The need to equip folks to safely intervene and deescalate a situation is greater than ever.”

The five videos are based on the 5D strategies of bystander intervention developed by Right To Be: 

  • Distract: Creating a distraction to de-escalate the situation;

  • Delegate: Finding someone else to help;

  • Document: Creating documentation of the incident and then giving it to the person who was harassed;

  • Delay: Checking in on the person who experienced harassment;

  • Direct: Setting a boundary with the person doing the harassing, and then turning your attention to the person being harassed.

“With these animated videos, we aimed to show both diverse people and places, so that viewers could see themselves in the bystanders seen intervening,” says Alex Lo, who produced the series.

The team is actively in discussions to show the animated videos in AMC theaters across the country during movie pre-rolls and on Comcast NBCUniversal platforms as public service announcements. 

Industry veteran animator Davy Liu (Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Mulan, and more) led a team of three animators and award-winning composer Zev Burrows wrote the original score for the five-part series. The characters represent every major ethnic group (Asian, Black, Latinx, Native, and white Americans) and region of the country (North, South, East, West, and Pacific Islands). The videos are provided in Mandarin, Cantonese, Thai, Hindi, Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog as well as English and Spanish.

“Providing in-language training materials for this critical bystander intervention training will help especially our vulnerable elders and limited English speakers,” added Daphne Kwok, VP, Diversity Equity & Inclusion at AARP.

Earlier last year, a brief description of the 5D’s appeared in a public service announcement produced in partnership with Advancing Justice - LA, narrated by actor Ken Jeong, and animated by award-winning illustrator James Yang. These new videos plus the PSA are a core part of the increased partnership that Right To Be and the Asian Americans Advancing Justice affiliation have nationwide to expand the reach of the bystander intervention training.

For more information, including how to register for free public sessions of the bystander intervention training, led by Right To Be and Advancing Justice – AAJC, see https://righttobe.org/trainings/bystander-intervention-to-addess-antiasian-harassment/ 

亞裔社區基金 6/2 反仇恨亞裔騷擾旁觀者干預培訓 有普通話翻譯

              (Boston Orange) 波士頓基金麾下的亞裔社區基金 (The Asian Community Fund) 將於526日,62日及9日,一連舉辦3場旁觀者干預訓練,以制止反亞裔及排外騷擾。
  
          62日下午5點到615分,英文,現場有普通語及廣東話翻譯。

           亞裔社區基金指出,鑑於近來在美國各地的反亞裔種族歧視及暴力事件高升,波士頓基金的亞裔社區基金和麻州眾議會亞裔核心小組,以及麻州亞美局合作,舉辦一系列3場培訓,以對抗反亞裔騷擾及排外行為。

              亞裔促進正義會 (AAJC) 協辦的這3場培訓將在網上舉行,參加者可學到作為旁觀者,可以如何在不損及自身安全情況下,有效干預眼前看到的反亞裔騷擾事件。這一培訓主要是為麻州各地的亞裔社區,以及所有的支持者所舉辦。

              培訓課程共75分鐘,互動式培訓將教導 5D 的旁觀者干預方法。先用我們稱為「不尊重的範圍」這工具,講述亞裔及亞裔美人目前面對從微攻擊到暴力相向的各種不尊重型式。上課的人將學到要注意什麼,以及旁觀者干預對個人及社區會有的正面影響。

              課程會講5種干預策略,包括分散注意力,委託,記錄,拖延和直接,以及如何在干預時首先注意自身安全。訓練結束時安排有練習環節,幫助上課者在下次在網路上或親眼看到反亞裔行為時,更有信心去干預。

              培訓日期及時間分別為:

              526日下午1點到215分,英文,有現場越南話翻譯。

              62日下午5點到615分,英文,現場有普通語及廣東話翻譯。

              69日下午2點到315分,英文,現場有印度語翻譯。

              每場培訓的內容都一樣,參加者只需報名只需要挑最適合自己的日期及語言,參加一場。

              報名網址為https://tinyurl.com/bystander-training

              查詢詳情可洽danielle.kim@tbf.org



華林功夫太極學校昆士市新址開張大慶 (圖片)




余翠梅的兒子

喬遷之喜,舞獅表演。

麻州眾議員黃子安 (右三)等人頒發表揚狀給余翠梅 (左三)等華林派師傅們。

各方親友來賀華林功夫太極學校遷新址。

華林派師傅Bob Rosen 70大壽。

陳耀祥武館創辦人陳耀祥 (左)。

超武館胡炳超師傅的大弟子Timothy J LaVallee  (左)。

南派武館共同創辦人黃雅亭。 (周菊子攝)



中華民俗藝術工作坊「再見傳奇」又一次精采紛陳

 

中華民俗藝術工作坊學員,老師和團長張昆(左二)和嘉賓,波士頓僑教中心主任潘昭榮(左四),紐英崙中華公所主席雷國輝夫婦 (左一及三)謝幕。
(周菊子攝)

中華民俗藝術工作坊團長張昆 (中) 感謝波士頓僑教中心主任潘昭榮(右)、紐英崙
中華公所主席雷國輝出席。 (周菊子攝)
 ) 中華民俗藝術工作坊529日在衛斯頓鎮 (Weston) 瑞吉斯 (Regis)學院禮堂,讓「傳奇再現」,不但現場觀眾踴躍,落幕後劇院大廳更是鮮花處處,祝賀聲不絕於耳。

              2名去年畢業學員,今年回來協助當司儀的張永翔和孫苡蓁在報幕時,除了說明工作坊曾經一年演出廿、三十場,深入新英格蘭各州主流社區,還代表工作坊感謝畢業學員回來支持演出,感謝葉超,吳子平等叔叔、阿姨贊助,承接幕後場務工作,並週到感謝駐波士頓經文處,僑委會的支持,恭喜僑委會光輝90,生日快樂。

鄭永志 (左)、石明軒 (右)的小孩都才加入工作坊僅約一年半載,都是新家長,也是
服務團隊的生力軍。 (周菊子攝)
              明年將慶祝成立20週年的中華民俗藝術工作坊,受新冠病毒疫情持續衝擊2年半多後,今年的演出,其實面對著大班學員銳減,小班還太青澀的挑戰,一整天下午2點,晚上7點的2場表演,主要靠僅約10餘名的大班及中班學員支撐,但是在團長張昆、黃美琴夫婦與蕭靖穎,李明子等老師,以及家長們的同心協力下,還是為大波士頓社區再次帶來一場精采紛陳的藝術饗宴。

蕭惠菁 (中) 等家長在接待台前招呼入場觀眾。 (周菊子攝)
              駐波士頓台北經濟文化辦事處處長孫儉元出席了下午2點這場演出,紐英崙中華公所主席雷國輝夫婦和波士頓僑教中心主任潘昭榮出席了晚上7點這場演出。

龍騰九霄的霓虹龍是中華民俗藝術工作坊的獨家絕活。 (周菊子攝)
              今年的12支舞蹈,從「齊鼓震天」,「絲路花雨」,「龍騰九霄」,「醉舞春風」,「師弟出馬」,「雄獅少年」,「刀光劍影」,「紅燈籠」,「月下柔情」,「舞動精鈴」,「春雨初妝」到「涅盤重生」,也無論是服裝,道具或燈光,處處呈現著好還要更好的團隊要求。

              兒子已加入工作坊幾年的蕭惠菁夫婦,小孩才10歲,11歲,加入工作坊才只一年半載的鄭永志夫婦及石明軒夫婦,這天和工作坊的許多家長們分別承擔外場統籌,入場接待,道具搬運等工作,在幕後撐持這場演出。劇場外擺了一圈的精美照片,則是紐英崙藝術學會攝影組梅芬芳等攝影高手的作品。

紅燈籠。
              今年比較特別的現象是觀眾群中,除了李台醫師夫婦,吳榮章醫師,林莉莉醫師,音樂協會林瑩玉,在社區中十分活躍的蔡高進等許多長期支持者之外,還出現許多洋面孔,有些是工作坊學員的同學,有些則是支持家長們邀來的本地朋友,演出結束後的劇場大廳,洋溢著中西融合的歡樂氣息。

              查詢中華民俗藝術工作坊詳情,可上網 www.cafwboston.org。 (更新版)


月下柔情。
春雨初妝。
涅槃重生。

演出結束後,觀眾和演員們在大堂歡聚。

張永翔和孫苡蓁已畢業,特地回來當司儀,協助工作坊演出。 (周菊子攝)

Boston Marathon Champions & National Record Holders Headline Professional Field for 2022 B.A.A. 10K

Boston Marathon Champions & National Record Holders Headline Professional Field for 2022 B.A.A. 10K

Reigning Boston Marathon Winner Evans Chebet, American Record Holders Emily Sisson & Ben True Lead Fields for June 26 Race

 

BOSTON – The Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) has announced a star-studded field for the 2022 B.A.A. 10K, presented by Brigham and Women’s Hospital, to be held on Sunday, June 26. Evans Chebet, the 2022 Boston Marathon men’s open division champion, will return to Boston, while recently crowned American half marathon record holder Emily Sisson will lead the women’s field on the roads of Back Bay. Four-time B.A.A. 5K champion and American 5K record holder Ben True will also make his B.A.A. 10K debut.

 

The B.A.A. 10K starts and finishes on Charles Street adjacent to Boston Common and Boston Public Garden, and is widely regarded as one of the fastest 10K races in the world. Registration remains open at www.baa.org, while athletes interested in supporting Brigham and Women's Hospital, the B.A.A. 10K’s presenting sponsor and exclusive fundraising partner, are encouraged to visit www.runbwh.org/10k.

 

“We’re excited to continue to showcase the world’s most accomplished runners at our B.A.A. events,” said Mary Kate Shea, the B.A.A.’s Director of Professional Athletes and Technical Support. “We’re looking forward to cheering on all participants as they race towards the finish.”

 

The B.A.A. 10K women’s race brings together Boston Marathon champions Des Linden (2018) and Edna Kiplagat (2017), American record holder Sisson, 2017 B.A.A. 10K winner Joan Chelimo Melly, 2022 Boston Marathon top American Nell Rojas, 2016 USA Olympian Marielle Hall, and USA 15K runner-up Emily Durgin.

 

Sisson, a Providence College graduate and 2021 Olympian, ran 1:07:11 on May 7 to win the USATF Half Marathon Championships in a new national record. She’s also the defending USA 15K champion.

 

“Breaking the American record in the half marathon was very exciting and I'm now looking forward to switching things up and racing different distances,” said Sisson. “The 10K is a fun and different challenge and I always love racing in Boston.”

 

Additional international entrants include Biruktayit Degefa of Ethiopia, who has won a quartet of American road races this spring, and Kenya’s Sharon Lokedi, who placed third at the 2022 B.A.A. 5K in April. From the B.A.A. High Performance team are Erika Kemp and Abbey Wheeler; Kemp is a two-time national champion.

 

In the men’s race, Chebet looks to become only the second Boston Marathon champion to win the B.A.A. 10K, joining the likes of 2011 winner and course record holder Geoffrey Mutai. Chebet stormed to his first Boston Marathon victory in 2:06:51 on April 18.

 

“After winning the 2022 Boston Marathon, I’m excited to return to the city to run the B.A.A. 10K with a world class field,” said Chebet. “Boston feels like a second home to me now.”

 

Challenging Chebet from Kenya are David Bett, the reigning 2019 B.A.A. 10K winner; Kennedy Kimutai, the fastest man in the field with a 27:09 lifetime best; Bravin Kiptoo, the 2019 African junior 10,000m champion; and Nicholas Kosimbei, winner of this year’s Cherry Blossom 10 Miler in Washington, D.C. Brothers Jake and Zane Robertson, a dynamic pair from New Zealand who have lived and trained in Kenya, will also race. Recent Iowa State graduate and NCAA champion Wesley Kiptoo will make his Boston road racing debut.

 

Maine-native Ben True will return to familiar territory, having won the B.A.A. 5K four times, including a national-record setting run of 13:20 in 2017.  Fellow American contenders include Olympians Leonard Korir and Shadrack Kipchirchir, Princeton, Mass.-native Colin Bennie, and a quartet of B.A.A. High Performance Team members in Jerrell Mock, Matt McDonald, Jonas Hampton, and Paul Hogan. Korir enters the B.A.A. 10K hot off a pair of national title wins at the USATF Half Marathon and USATF 25K Championships in May.

 

In the wheelchair division, Jenna Fesemyer, the 2022 B.A.A. 5K women’s winner, Susannah Scaroni, the 2022 Boston Marathon runner-up, and 2020 Paralympian Yen Hoang are entered. Scaroni earned a gold medal on the track at the 2021 Paralympic Games in the 5000m, and is the fastest women’s wheelchair marathoner in U.S. history. James Senbeta and Hermin Garic are the top men’s wheelchair entrants.

 

For the first time in race history, Para Athletics Divisions will be offered for athletes with upper-limb, lower-limb, and visual impairments. Among the entrants confirmed include Marko Cheseto Lemtukei, Chaz Davis, and Liz Willis, each of whom won Para Division titles at April’s 126th Boston Marathon. Jacky Hunt-Broersma, who ran 104 marathons in 104 consecutive days for a Guinness World Record, and local Para athlete Adrianne Haslet are also entered.

 

Media members interested in covering the B.A.A. 10K, presented by Brigham and Women’s Hospital, may apply for credentials here.

 

In addition to racing, top professional athletes will participate in the first-ever B.A.A. 10K Fest & Field Day on Saturday, June 25, one day prior to the race. From 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Boston Common, 10K Fest & Field Day will feature youth fitness activities, games, appearances by professional athletes, running clinics, and more. Participants will also be able to pick-up their participant shirts and bib numbers at 10K Fest. Additional details will be available on baa.org in the coming weeks.

 

Registration for the 2022 B.A.A. 10K, presented by Brigham and Women’s Hospital, is currently open through the B.A.A.’s online platform Athletes’ Village. All participants who enter will receive an adidas participant shirt, unique bib number, and finisher medal. Additional participant information can be found on baa.org. The race will start at 8:00 a.m. ET on Sunday, June 26 on Charles Street adjacent to Boston Common and Boston Public Garden.

 

Brigham and Women's Hospital, the B.A.A. 10K’s presenting sponsor and exclusive fundraising partner, will again field a team of fundraising runners. Since 2016, more than 2,100 runners and 180 teams have raised $1.2 million to fuel life-giving breakthroughs at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Learn more and register at www.runbwh.org/10k.

 

On June 1, the B.A.A. will celebrate Global Running Day with a special pop-up location at the Boston Marathon Finish Line between 3:00-6:00 p.m. Runners can take a picture with the Boston Marathon trophy, receive giveaways, refreshments, and more! RSVP for the free event on our Facebook page, and log miles throughout the day as part of the Abbott World Marathon Majors Global Running Day Challenge. Visit https://bstnmar.org/GRD22 to sign up for free, track your miles, and print a bib to wear as you join a global community of athletes around the world logging miles.

 

2022 B.A.A. 10K MEN’S & WOMEN’S PROFESSIONAL FIELD

 

2022 B.A.A. 10K WOMEN’S FIELD

NAME

COUNTRY

ROAD 10K PB

Joan Chelimo Melly

Romania

30:14^

Edna Kiplagat

Kenya

31:06*

Sharon Lokedi

Kenya

31:06

Mary Munanu

Kenya

31:20

Biruktayit Degefa

Ethiopia

31:23

Emily Sisson

USA

31:47

Emily Durgin

USA

31:49

Diane Nukuri

USA

31:49

Lanni Marchant

Canada

31:49

Vibian Chepkirui

Kenya

31:49

Nell Rojas

USA

31:52

Erika Kemp

USA

32:18

Laura Thweatt

USA

32:20

Elaina Tabb

USA

32:40

Rachel Schneider Smith

USA

32:47

Abbey Wheeler

USA

DB (32:53.50 10,000m)

Grayson Murphy

USA

32:55

Fiona O’Keeffe

USA

32:57

Katie Kellner

USA

33:05

Des Linden

USA

33:06*

Taylor Werner

USA

33:35

Marielle Hall

USA

33:36 (31:05.71 10,000m)

Allie Hackett

USA

35:17

Jesca Chelangat

Kenya

DB (15:16 5K)

Courtney Hawkins

USA

DB (37:59.99 10,000m)

^ = Previous B.A.A. 10K Champion

* = Previous Boston Marathon Champion

 

2022 B.A.A. 10K MEN’S FIELD

NAME

COUNTRY

ROAD 10K PB

Kennedy Kimutai

Kenya

27:09

Bravin Kiptoo

Kenya

27:12

Philemon Kiplimo

Kenya

27:23

Zane Robertson

New Zealand

27:28

Jake Robertson

New Zealand

27:28

Wesley Kiptoo

Kenya

N/A (27:37.29 10,000m)

Ben True

USA

27:51

Nicholas Kosimbei

Kenya

27:52

John Dressel

USA

N/A (27:57.51 10,000m)

David Bett

Kenya

28:08^

Dominic Korir

Kenya

28:08

Leonard Korir

USA

28:09

Shadrack Kipchirchir

USA

28:12

David Nilsson

Sweden

28:13

Tsegay Tuemay

Eritrea

28:13

Bethwell Yegon

Kenya

28:24

Reuben Mosip

Kenya

28:28

Paul Hogan

USA

N/A (28:49.55 10,000m)

Johannes Motschmann

Germany

28:51

Alex Masai

Kenya

28:53

Colin Bennie

USA

28:55

Futsum Zienasellassie

USA

29:03

Matt McClintock

USA

29:02

Jacob Thomson

USA

29:07

John Raneri

USA

29:19

Evans Chebet

Kenya

29:30*

Jerrell Mock

USA

29:36

Aaron Dinzeo

USA

29:37

Matt McDonald

USA

29:38

Diego Estrada

USA

29:41

Fabiano Sulle

Tanzania

29:53

Jonas Hampton

USA

30:15

Tim McGowan

USA

30:17

Connor McMillan

USA

30:20

Josh Kalapos

USA

N/A (14:33.88 5,000m)

^ = Previous B.A.A. 10K Champion

* = Previous Boston Marathon Champion

 

2022 B.A.A. 10K WOMEN’S WHEELCHAIR FIELD

NAME

COUNTRY

Susannah Scaroni

USA

Jenna Fesemyer

USA

Yen Hoang

USA

 

2022 B.A.A. 10K MEN’S WHEELCHAIR FIELD

NAME

COUNTRY

James Senbeta

USA

Hermin Garic

USA

 

2022 B.A.A. 10K PARA ATHLETICS DIVISIONS FIELD

NAME

COUNTRY

CLASSIFICATION

Marko Cheseto Lemtukei

USA*

T62 (Lower Limb Impairment)

Chaz Davis

USA*

T12 (Vision Impairment)

Brian Reynolds

USA

T62 (Lower Limb Impairment)

Liz Willis

USA*

T64 (Lower Limb Impairment)

Jacky Hunt-Broersma

Netherlands

T64 (Lower Limb Impairment)

Adrianne Haslet

USA

T64 (Lower Limb Impairment)

* = Previous Boston Marathon Para Athletics Division Champion