Freihofer's Run for Women results and photos

Freihofers Run for Women 2010

Kenyan Emily Chebet set a new course record in the Freihofer's Run for Women this past weekend in Albany with a time of 15:12 for the 5k (that's an average of a 4:53 mile). Chebet's time smashed the old record by six seconds. She won $10,000 for the top finish.

Race organizers report that 3,927 women participated in this year's race. There are more results after the jump.

Sebastien's posted a photo set from the race -- he captured a lot of great expressions on the faces of the runners.

photo: Sebastien B

Freihofer's Run for Women Results

1. Emily Chebet (KEN) 15:12 (CR) $10,000
2. Edna Kiplagat (KEN) 15:20 $5000
3. Mamitu Daska (ETH) 15:23 $3000
4. Teyba Erkesso (ETH) 15:36 $2000
5. Belainesh Zemedkun (ETH) 15:44 $1000
6. Julliah Tinega (KEN) 15:48 $750
7. Benita Willis (AUS) 15:49 $500
8. Amane Gobena (ETH) 15:50 $300
9. Rebecca Donaghue (USA/PA) 15:50 $250
10. Elizabeth Maloy (USA/NY) 15:53 $200

Masters (Over 40)
1. Anzhelika Averkova (UKR) 16:40 $750
2. Lisa Harvey (CAN) 17:05 $500
3. Paula Wiltse (CAN) 17:28 $350

Over 50
1. Carmen Troncoso (USA/TX) 17:47
2. Joan Samuelson (USA/ME) 17:48

USA 10 km Race Walk Championships Results
1 Allen James, 46, M, Sanborn, NY 46:39 ($500)
2 Dave McGovern, 44, M, Locus Valley, NY, 47:22 ($400)
3 Teresa Vaill, 47, F, Gainesville, FL, 47:24 ($300)
4 Dan Serianni, 19, M, Rochester, NY, 48:48 ($200)
5 Dave Talcott, 50, M, Johnson City, NY, 50:42 ($100)
6 Alejandro Chavez, 17, M, Pharr, TX 51:24
7 John Soucheck, 44, M, Little Silver, NJ, 52:24
8 David Swarts, 45, M, Jackson, MI, 52:51
9 Dan O'Brien, 45, M, Port Huron, MI, 53:14
10 Omar Nash, 36, M, Cincinnati, OH, 53:35

Earlier on AOA: Results and photos from the CDPHP Workforce Team Challenge 2010


Great photos from a great day! It was a privilege to run in such an awesome event.

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