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Results World 10K Bengaluru 2024

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Livestream, startlists and results from World 10K Bengaluru which is held on Sunday 28 of April 2024.

Publisert 28. april 2024 i Resultater

World 10K Bengaluru 2024

15th edition

Date

April 28

Place

Bengaluru – India

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Results Overall Elite Women:

  1. Lilian Kasait (Kenya) 30:56
  2. Emmaculate Achol (Kenya) 31:17
  3. Lemlem Hailu (Ethiopia)  31:23
  4. Aberash Minsewo (Ethiopia) 31:24
  5. Faith Chepkoech (Kenya) 31:47
  6. Gladya  Kamboka (Kenya) 31:55
  7. Faith Chepkoech (Kenya) 32:32
  8. Rachael Chebet (Uganda)  32:43
  9. Rose Chelimo (Bahrain) 33:44
  10. Cintia Chepngeno (Kenya) 33:49.

Results  Overall Elite Men:

  1. Peter Mwaniki (Kenya) 28:15
  2. Hillary Chepkwony (Kenya) 28:33
  3. Hagos Eyob (Ethiopia)  28:39
  4. Bravin Kiptoo (Kenya) 28:50
  5. Bravin Kiprop (Kenya) 29:04
  6. Boki Diriba (Ethiopia)  29:13
  7. Jenberu Sisay (Ethiopia) 29:16
  8. Kibet Ndiwa (Kenya) 29:16
  9. Kiran Matre (India)  29:32
  10. John Wele (Tanzania) 29:33

Results  Indian Women:

  1. Sanjivani Jadhav (India) 34:03
  2. Lilli Das (India) 34:13
  3. Preenu Yadav (India) 34:24
  4. Phoolan Pal (India) 34:34
  5. Chavi Yadav (India) 35:01
  6. Jyoti Saroj (India) 35:36
  7. Pooja  Verma (India) 36:03
  8. Bharti Nain (India) 36:22
  9. Tamshi Singh (India) 36:25
  10. Sonam  (India) 36:27

Results  Indian Men:

  1. Kiran Matre (India) 29:32
  2. Ranjeet Kumar Patel (India) 29:35
  3. Dharmendra (India) 29:45
  4. Deepak Bhatt (India) 29:46
  5. Harmanjot Singh (India) 29:57
  6. Puneet Yadav (India) 29:59
  7. Sunil Kumar (India) 30:02
  8. Lovepreet Singh (India) 30:03
  9. Rohit Kumar (India) 30:05
  10. Pankaj Kumar (India) 30:05

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About TCS World 10k Bengaluru

Just as Bengaluru transformed from the Garden City of India to its globally-renowned Silicon Valley, its love for the outdoors was given a fillip in 2008 by the Tata Consultancy Services World 10K Bengaluru.

The annual road running event turned out to be the much-needed panacea for the country’s IT hub, triggering the running culture for a healthy lifestyle in India’s fastest-growing metropolis that was working round-the-clock for clients across the globe.

Perched high on the Deccan Plateau and blessed with incredible weather, it was only a matter of time before the sleepy city began vying for the title of India’s Running Capital along with Delhi and Mumbai largely due to the global success of the #TCSW10K.

It was the third running property of game-changer Procam International following the spectacular success of the Mumbai Marathon in 2004 and the Delhi Half Marathon in 2005 which helped turn running into the fastest-growing sporting activity in the country in less than two decades.

As a distance, the 10K is a perfect synthesis of speed and endurance and is also widely regarded as the first milestone in long-distance running. Accorded the Gold Label by governing body World Athletics, the USD 210,000 prize fund Road Race has attracted a formidable International Elite field since its inception, while enthusiastic amateurs from across India and the world descend on Bengaluru to soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the race.

Three-time world half marathon champion and former world record holder Geoffrey Kamworor (Kenya) and Tokyo Olympic marathon champion Peres Jepchirchir (Kenya) feature among the past winners of the coveted #TCSW10K.

Kenya’s Nicholas Kipkorir Kimeli and Irene Cheptai ran course records of 27:38 and 30:35 respectively at the 14th edition in 2022 as the event returned following a two-year pandemic-forced break.

#TCSW10K has been a phenomenal influence on social change and prides itself as the most prominent sports philanthropy platform in southern India, having raised an impressive INR 49 crore since its inception.

Global sporting icons such as Carl Lewis, Mike Powell, Marie Jose Perec, Maria Mutola, Stephanie Rice, Arantxa Sanchez, and Justin Gatlin have as International Event Ambassadors endorsed the event that has a Majja Run (5K), which takes in the many splendours of the city, the Senior Citizens’ Run, that sees silver rule the road, and the Champions with Disability, which supports inclusivity and provides the opportunity for all to take centre stage, as support races.

Edition Year Men’s winner Time (m:s) Women’s winner Time (m:s)
1st 2008  Zersenay Tadese (ERI) 27:51  Elvan Abeylegesse (TUR)
 Grace Momanyi (KEN)
32:02
2nd 2009  Deriba Merga (ETH) 28:13  Aselefech Mergia (ETH) 32:08
3rd 2010  Titus Mbishei (KEN) 27:54  Wude Ayalew (ETH) 31:58
4th 2011  Philemon Limo (KEN) 28:01  Dire Tune (ETH) 33:19
5th 2012  Geoffrey Kamworor (KEN) 28:00  Helah Kiprop (KEN) 32:22
6th 2013  Alex Korio (KEN) 28:07  Gladys Cherono (KEN) 32:03
7th 2014  Geoffrey Kamworor (KEN) 27:44  Lucy Kabuu (KEN) 31:48
8th 2015  Mosinet Geremew (ETH) 28:16  Mamitu Daska (ETH) 31:57
9th 2016  Mosinet Geremew (ETH) 28:36  Peres Jepchirchir (KEN) 32:15
10th 2017  Alex Korio (KEN) 28:12  Irene Cheptai (KEN) 31:51
11th 2018  Geoffrey Kamworor (KEN) 28:18  Agnes Tirop (KEN) 31:19
12th 2019  Andamlak Belihu (ETH) 27:56  Agnes Tirop (KEN) 33:55
13th 2022  Nicholas Kimeli (KEN) 27:38  Irene Cheptai (KEN) 30:35

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