#Run161Race 10k: Results

After checking and validating all the race entries, we are happy to present the final results from the #Run161Race 10k.

Article last updated on February 25, 2022

Due to a mishap with our email system, we, unfortunately, didn’t get the race notifications out on time to everyone. The result is that the number of participants decreased quite drastically from our 5k event.

Regardless, it was an impressive turnout. Some of us had a rough go and didn’t get the results we were targeting. Others impressed by digging deep and performing beyond reasonable expectations.

Men’s Results #Run161Race 10k

First nameLast nameAge groupClub/teamCountryTime
StianEriksenM35-39Follo LøpeklubbNorway38:25
LamarHowardM65-69Run161 Strava ClubUSA54:09

Women’s Results #Run161Race 10k

First nameLast nameAge groupClub/teamCountryTime
Charlotte A.VestergaardF-OPENARTCDenmark55:03
AnineJosefsenF-OPENTeam FurumogrendaNorway1:02:40

Everyone who participated is, of course, in with a chance to win one of our incredible prize packages. As we’ve been clear about from the start, it doesn’t matter if you run fast or slow. If you completed the race, your chance of winning is as good as everyone ahead of you in the result list.

Upcoming Races

If you missed out on this race, or you’re just eager to go again, don’t worry. We’re only seven weeks away from the #Run161Race Half Marathon!

Click here to find all the information you need about #Run161Race series, including the full prize list, race weekends, and frequently asked questions.

By Lars-Christian Simonsen

Lars-Christian is the founder of Run161. He characterises himself as a student of the sport who is always looking to learn more.