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Follow the 2023 Boston 10K For Women: Top field goes to battle

Follow the 2023 Boston 10K For Women results and updates on Saturday with the likes of Molly Huddle, Abbey Cooper, Jenny Simpson and Sara Hall battling for glory.

Molly Huddle in Times Square
Molly Huddle in Times Square on March 16, 2023, three days before the 2023 United Airlines NYC Half (photos by Jane Monti for Race Results Weekly)

The Boston 10K For Women takes place on Saturday morning (7) with an exciting schedule that includes a race for kids, wheelchairs, and an open event starting at 8:50 a.m. ET. A complete result, links and update will be available after the event. Results will be posted here | Instagram updates || Facebook Page || More Results Update || Twitter Video Updates

Saturday morning’s Boston 10K For Women starts at Beacon Street at 9:00 a.m. ET and runners will travel down Charles Street between the Public Gardens and Boston Common to finish the contest. As usual, there are plenty of hydration stops, with six water stations available. Need to know your pace, no worries, runners will be given splits at each mile.

Read more: Women’s start list: Bank of America Chicago Marathon 2023

In addition, there are also start/finish aid stations -Boston EMT bike teams, and ambulances along the course.

A talented field has been assembled for the 2023 Boston 10-K For Women with athletes representing four countries, and numerous training groups across the United States. The start list is led by defending champion Erika Kemp of Rhode Island and five-time race champion Molly Huddle.

The American star runners will battle against a strong and talented field of professionals that also features the likes of Sara Hall, Abbey Cooper, Jenny Simpson, and Lauren Hagans.

2023 Boston 10K For Women Schedule

7:00 AM to 12:00 Noon – Festival & Expo

A morning full of fitness classes, product sampling, and shopping takes over Boston Common. As race-day energy builds throughout the Common, race registration, t-shirt pick-up, and baggage check are in full swing.

8:50 AM – Wheelchair Start


10:30 AM – Inclusive Kids’ Races

Children 12 and under can participate in these free one-kilometer races along the accessible pathways of Boston Common.

11:00 AM – Post-Race Celebration & Awards

  • Elite Program
    • Open
    • Masters
    • Wheelchair
    • Handcycling
  • USATF Teams (Association)
  • Corporate Teams
  • Health Club Teams
  • Running Club Teams
  • Age Division Winners
  • Mother/Daughter Teams
  • Sister/Sister Teams
1Erika Kemp (28, USA)Providence, RI32:15 (Roads, 2021)
2Molly Huddle (39, USA)Providence, RI31:21 (Roads, 2015)
3Lauren Hagans (37, USA)Flagstaff, AZ32:52 (Roads, 2016)
4Mary Munanu (28, KEN)Salem, OR31:20 (Roads, 2017)
5Sara Hall (40, USA)Flagstaff, AZ31:33 (Roads, 2021)
6Mercy Wanjiru (24, KEN)Nakuru, Kenya31:41 (Roads)
7Mahlet Mulugeta (28, ETH)Colorado Springs, CO31:47 (Roads, 2022)
8Makena Morley (26, USA)Bozeman, MT31:25 (Track, 2021)
9Emily Venters (24, USA)Portland, OR31:48 (Track, 2023)
10Tigist Ketema (25, ETH)Asella, Ethiopia29:51 (6 Miles)
11Esther Gitahi (25, KEN)Tuscaloosa, AL32:20 (Roads)
13Amy Davis-Green (31, USA)Wantage, NJ32:53 (Roads, 2022)
14Cleo Boyd (30, CAN)Charlottesville, VA32:55 (Roads, 2023)
15Anne-Marie Blaney (29, USA)Rochester Hills, MI32:57 (Roads, 2023)
16Jenny Simpson (37, USA)Boulder, CO32:59 (Roads, 2023)
17Kassie Parker (24, USA)Rochester Hills, MI32:36 (Track, 2023)
18Bethany Jerde (Hasz) (26, USA)Dorchester, MA32:46.83 (Track, 2023)
19Abbey Wheeler (24, USA)Boston, MADebut (Roads)
21Angie Rafter (23, USA)Norwich, CT33:55 (Roads)
22Abbey Cooper (D’Agostino) (31, USA)Boone, NC33:03 (Track, 2020)
23Megan Sailor (Hasz) (26, USA)Dorchester, MA33:09.57 (Track, 2019)
25Maddy Berkson (27, USA)Providence, RI34:02 (Roads, 2022)
26Kathryn Munks (25, USA)Rochester Hills, MI34:11 (Roads, 2021)
27Kidan Kidane (29, USA)New Haven, CT34:27 (Roads)
28Jessica Teague (32, USA)Suwanee, GA34:46 (Roads, 2023)
29Annie Rodenfels (27, USA)Boston, MADebut (Roads)
30Elena Hayday (23, USA)Washington, DCDebut (Roads)
31Alexis Wilbert (38, USA)Cumberland Center, ME35:18 (Roads, 2016)
32Lizzie Mundell-Perkins (29, USA)New Haven, CT36:33 (Roads, 2022)
33Emily Sloan (Manning) (42, USA)Somerville, MA37:32 (Roads, 2016)
34Mimi Fallon (58, USA)Walpole, MA34:22 (Roads, 2004)
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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