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Tuesday, June 21, 2022

波士頓體育會 10K 賽訂6/26舉行 6000多人將參賽

Race Week Reminder: 2022 B.A.A. 10K presented by Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Sunday, June 26, 2022 | 8:00 a.m. | Starting & Finishing at Boston Common

U.S. National Record Holder Keira D’Amato Added to B.A.A. 10K Professional Field

BOSTON – For the first time in three years, the Boston Athletic Association (B.A.A.) looks forward to welcoming thousands of runners back to the 2022 B.A.A. 10K, presented by Brigham and Women’s Hospital this Sunday, June 26! More than 6,000 participants are expected to run through Boston’s Back Bay alongside Boston Marathon champions, Olympians, and national record holders. The race starts at 8:00 a.m. EST.

Included below is information on this year’s event. Media members interested in covering the B.A.A. 10K, presented by Brigham and Women’s Hospital, may apply for credentials here. Credential pick-up will occur at the Media tent on Boston Common on Sunday, June 26 from 6:00 a.m.-7:30 a.m.

ABOUT THE RACE: 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.

Nearly 6,000 entrants are registered for the B.A.A. 10K, including citizens of 81 countries and residents of 45 states. Registration remains open at www.baa.org and will continue on-site for anyone interested in registering on race morning.

WORLD CLASS PROFESSIONAL FIELD: A star-studded field will line up for the 2022 B.A.A. 10K, featuring Boston Marathon champions and Olympians. 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.

Recent additions to the professional field include American marathon and 10-mile national record holder Keira D’Amato, Canadian 10K champion and two-time Falmouth Road Race winner Ben Flanagan, 2021 USA Marathon champion Sara Vaughn, and Kenya’s Sheila Chepkirui, who owns a 29:46 lifetime best.

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

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. Jake Robertson, an Olympian from New Zealand, will also race, as well as recent Iowa State graduate and NCAA champion Wesley Kiptoo. American contenders beyond True 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.

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.

A full field list is included below, while athlete biographies and information is available here.

PARA ATHLETICS DIVISION: 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 and Liz Willis, each of whom won Para Division titles at April’s 126th Boston Marathon. Local Para athlete Adrianne Haslet is also entered.

B.A.A. 10K FEST & FIELD DAY: 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 are available here.

10K Fest Panels will be moderated by Ali Feller, host of the Ali On The Run podcast, and will include professionals such as Des Linden, Emily Sisson, Evans Chebet, Leonard Korir, and more. Following each panel the professional athletes will be available for autographs and photos.

COURSE: The B.A.A. 10K is one of the fastest 10Ks in the world, and is home to the American women’s 10K record of 30:52 set by Shalane Flanagan in 2016. Starting and finishing on Charles Street adjacent to Boston Common, the race route runs down Commonwealth Avenue and by Boston University before turning around just prior to the halfway point at Babcock Street. Returning on Commonwealth Avenue, past Kenmore Square, and around Boston Common, runners will reach the finish line on Charles Street. A detailed course map can be found here.

B.A.A. RACING APP: Participants and spectators are encouraged to download the free B.A.A. Racing App prior to race day. The racing app is home to live runner tracking, leaderboards, selfie booths, and more! The B.A.A. Racing App is available via iOS and Android.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION: 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.

TEAM BRIGHAM: 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.

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

2022 B.A.A. 10K WOMEN’S FIELD

NAME

COUNTRY

ROAD 10K PB

Sheila Chepkirui

Kenya

29:46

Joan Chelimo Melly

Romania

30:14^

Sharon Lokedi

Kenya

30:52

Keira D’Amato

USA

31:03

Edna Kiplagat

Kenya

31:06*

Mary Munanu

Kenya

31:20

Biruktayit Degefa

Ethiopia

31:23

Emily Sisson

USA

31:29

Emily Durgin

USA

31:43

Vibian Chepkirui

Kenya

31:49

Nell Rojas

USA

31:52

Erika Kemp

USA

32:18

Laura Thweatt

USA

32:20

Des Linden

USA

33:06*

Maggie Montoya

USA

33:11

Daniela Torres

Mexico

33:12

Marielle Hall

USA

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

Laura Labuschaigne

South Africa

33:57

Sara Vaughn

USA

35:14a

Allie Hackett

USA

35:17

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

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

Paul Hogan

USA

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

Ben Flanagan

Canada

28:40

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

Josphat Tanui

Kenya

30:08

Jonas Hampton

USA

30:15

Timothy Gill

USA

30:30

Abdelkarim Ben Zahra

Morocco

N/A (13:49.27 5,000m)

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)

Brian Reynolds

USA

T62 (Lower Limb Impairment)

Liz Willis

USA*

T64 (Lower Limb Impairment)

Adrianne Haslet

USA

T64 (Lower Limb Impairment)

* = Previous Boston Marathon Para Athletics Division Champion

 

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