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Sound Running’s The TEN 2023 results; record runs by McColgan, Monson

The 2023 Sound Running's The TEN results saw several world-class performances, including national records by Eilish McColgan and Alicia Monson.

Eilish McColgan in action at the Sound Running’s The TEN 2023
Eilish McColgan in action at the Sound Running’s The TEN 2023

The Sound Running’s The TEN, a World Athletics Silver level meeting, took place on Saturday night, March 4, at the San Juan Capistrano High School Track in Southern California, with impressive results. USA’s Woody Kincaid and Scotland’s Eilish McColgan both produced world-leading times, and several national records and personal bests were achieved on the day.

In the men’s International 10,000m race, Kincaid took the top spot with a new lifetime best of 27:06.37, achieving the 2023 World Athletics Championships qualifying standard. Second place Joe Klecker clocked in at 27:07.57 for a personal best as well as a time which is also faster than the world standard. – Read more: Report: Tokyo Marathon 2023 titles won by Wanjiru, Gelmisa

Meanwhile, in the women’s International 10,000m race at the 2023 Sound Running’s The TEN, European star Eilish McColgan took first place, clocking a new British record of 30:00.86, and also achieved the 2023 World Athletics Championships qualifying standard.

Alicia Monson recorded a new American record of 30:03.82 and set a personal best in second place, also going under the world qualifying standard.

The 2023 Sound Running’s The TEN featured results include the men’s and women’s International 10,000m races, with national records achieved by the top two women.

Sound Running’s The TEN Results

Men’s 10,000m World Race

  1. Woody Kincaid – USA – 27:06.37 – WL PB
  2. Joe Klecker – USA – 27:07.57 – PB
  3. Athanas Kioko – KEN – 27:23.84 – PB
  4. Conner Mantz – USA – 27:25.30 – SB
  5. Jonas Raess – SUI – 27:26.40 – PB
  6. Ren Tazawa – JPN – 27:28.04 – SB
  7. Nils Voigt – GER – 27:30.01 – PB
  8. Samuel Chelanga – USA – 27:38.02 – SB
  9. Luis Grijalva – GUA – 27:42.56 – NR PB
  10. Alex Masai – KEN – 27:42.80 – PB
  11. Wesley Kiptoo – KEN – 27:45.81 – SB
  12. Ben Flanagan – CAN – 27:49.67 – SB
  13. Kanta Shimizu – JPN – 27:51.23 – SB
  14. Benjamin Eidenschink – USA – 27:51.74 – PB
  15. Tatsuhiko Ito – JPN – 27:54.64 – SB
  16. Davor Aaron Bienenfeld – GER – 27:55.96 – PB
  17. Ahmed Muhumed – USA – 27:56.99 – PB
  18. Frank Lara – USA – 28:00.75 – SB
  19. Emmanuel Bor – USA – 28:01.09 – SB
  20. Alberto Gonzalez Mindez – GUA – 28:30.63 – SB
  21. Zachery Panning – USA – 28:35.52 – SB
  22. Ehab El-Sandali – CAN – DNF
  23. Amon Kemboi – KEN – DNF
  24. Olli H o are – AUS – DNF
  25. Sam Atkin – GBR – DNF

Women’s 10,000m World Race

  1. Eilish McColgan – SCOT – 30:00.86 – NR WL PB
  2. Alicia Monson – USA – 30:03.82 – NR PB
  3. Elly Henes – USA – 30:48.26 – PB
  4. Natosha Rogers – USA – 30:48.69 – PB
  5. Fiona O’Keeffe – USA – 30:55.05 – PB 6
  6. Laura Galván – MEX – 31:04.08 – NR PB
  7. Dominique Scott Efurd – RSA – 31:14.00 – SB
  8. Carrie Verdon – USA – 31:52.94 – SB
  9. Susanna Sullivan – USA – 31:55.80 – PB
  10. Amy Davis – USA – 32:10.59 – SB
  11. Katie Izzo – USA – 32:22.47 – PB
  12. Jeralyn Poe – USA – 32:39.10 – SB
  13. Josette Andrews – USA – DNF
  14. He Wuga – CHN – DNF
  15. Danielle Shanahan – USA – DNF
  16. Vanessa Fraser – USA – DNF
  17. Sarah Inglis – GBR – DNF
  18. Eleanor Fulton – USA – DNF

Men – 1500m

  1. Casey Comber – USA – 3:39.50 – SB
  2. Leo Young – USA – 3:40.86 – PB
  3. Ryuma Aoki – JPN – 3:41.47 – SB
  4. Hamza Driouch – QAT – 3:41.81 – SB
  5. Peter Herold – USA – 3:41.92 – PB
  6. Fernando Daniel Martinez – MEX – 3:42.90 – SB
  7. Yamato Yoshii – JPN – 3:43.61 – PB
  8. Josef Tessema – USA – 3:44.36 – SB
  9. Keisuke Morita – JPN – 3:49.57 – SB
  10. Kazuto Iizawa – JPN – 3:54.59 – SB
  11. Christian Harrison – USA – DNF

High School – Men – 800m

  1. Aaron Sahlman – USA – 1:50.25 – SB
  2. Ambodai Ligons – USA – 1:53.38 – PB
  3. Gabriel Rodriguez – USA – 1:54.19 – SB
  4. Harrison Lavery – USA – 1:54.40 – PB
  5. Shane Auci – USA – 1:54.67 – PB
  6. Mateo Allen-Aguirre – USA – 1:54.78 – PB

High School – Women – 800m

  1. Georgia Jeanneret – USA – 2:11.91 – SB
  2. Anastasia Snodgrass – USA – 2:14.74 – SB
  3. Nicole Samson – USA – 2:15.55 – PB

National Events 10,000m Men

  1. Takato Suzuki – JPN – 28:08.04 – PB
  2. Thomas George – GBR – 28:14.41 – PB
  3. Ryan Ford – USA – 28:16.05 – PB
  4. Andrew Alexander – CAN – 28:17.24 – PB
  5. Aidan Reed – USA – 28:27.40 – PB
  6. Chen Tianyu – CHN – 28:34.12 – PB
  7. Jackson Mestler – USA – 28:35.05 – PB
  8. Alec Sandusky – USA – 28:37.27 – SB
  9. Shunsuke Yoshii – JPN – 28:37.93 – SB
  10. Geoffrey Kipchumba – USA – 28:49.49 – SB
  11. Jacob Klemz – USA – 28:51.39 – SB
  12. Thomas Fafard – CAN – 28:58.41 – PB
  13. Allen Sumrall – USA – 29:02.72 – SB
  14. Chase Weaverling – USA – 29:04.15 – PB
  15. Joey Berriatua – USA – 29:12.43 – PB
  16. Christopher Alfond – USA – 29:19.01 – SB
  • Bryan Guijarro – USA – DNF
  • John Reniewicki – USA – DNF
  • Austin Miller – USA – DNF
  • Peter Herold – USA – DNF

10,000m Women

  1. Lauren Ryan – AUS – 32:09.82 – PB
  2. Michaela Reinhart – USA – 33:08.46 – PB
  3. Grace Moore – USA – 33:09.44 – PB
  4. Maddie Offstein – USA – 33:36.68 – SB
  5. Amelia Keyser-Gibson – USA – 33:37.42 – SB
  6. Stephanie Sherman – USA – 33:46.55 – SB
  7. Rose Harvey – GBR – 33:57.40 – PB
  8. Marybeth Chelanga – KEN – 33:59.23 – PB
  9. Lindsey Adams – USA – 34:37.56 – PB
  10. Melissa Lodge – USA – DNF
  11. Lynsie Gram – USA – DNF

Mixed 10,000m Run Community

  1. Anna Pasternak – USA – 35:07.29
  2. Erin Fredrickson – USA – 35:54.66
  3. Chloe Gustafson – USA – 35:57.52
  4. Kelsie Pearson – USA – 36:11.78
  5. Phoebe Clowser – USA – 36:46.19
  6. Lily Seynaeve – USA – DNF

Note: SB stands for season’s best, PB stands for personal best, NR stands for national record, and WL stands for world lead.

Glen Andrews is one of World-Track main writers for long distance and marathon running. Andrews, who competed in cross country during his High School and college years finds passion covering these events. He's also run a few marathons in his time, and still hopes to qualify for Boston.

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