The 2023 B.A.A. 10K presented by Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a World Athletics Label Road Race event, and will take place on Sunday, June 25. There is no live stream of the race, but those in the Boston area can watch the live television coverage of the race on WCVB. The BAA Racing App will also be available so you can access live tracking of all participants.
A pair of world-class fields have been assembled for the elite races, and they are scheduled to race through the streets of the Back Bay neighborhood starting at 8:00 a.m. ET. on Sunday.
Leading the way on the elite women’s side is reigning Boston Marathon winner and Olympic silver medalist Hellen Obiri, while 2021 Boston Marathon champion and this year’s third-place finisher Benson Kipruto. – Read more: Senbere Teferi beats Hellen Obiri At 2023 Mastercard Mini 10K with record run
“Many fan favorites and global stars return to Boston for this year’s B.A.A. 10K, including Boston Marathoners, American record holders, Olympians, and Paralympians,” said Mary Kate Shea, director of Professional Athletes for the B.A.A.
Also set to race in the elite contest on Sunday are defending B.A.A. 10K champion and U.S. Olympian Leonard Korir, as well as U.S. marathon and half-marathon national record holder Emily Sisson. Olympic Marathon bronze medalist Molly Seidel is also among the American contingent toeing the start line this Sunday morning.
Boston Marathon winners Edna Kiplagat (2017 and 2021), who is also a two-time world marathon champion, and Caroline Rotich (2015) will also join the star-studded fields, along with Gabriel Geay of Tanzania, who will return after a runner-up finish at April’s Boston Marathon.
He previously won the B.A.A. 10K in 2018. The race also features Kenya’s Geoffrey Koech, the winner of last year’s B.A.A. Half Marathon, and Mary Ngugi, a two-time B.A.A. 10K winner and two-time Boston Marathon podium finisher.
Full updated start lists can be found below, while top contender athlete bios can be found here.