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2024 BolderBOULDER 10-K Results: Conner Mantz repeats

The top 2024 BolderBOULDER 10-K Results on Monday (27) are USA's Conner Mantz repeated as champion on the men's side and pocketed $12,500.

Conner Mantz wins the 2022 USATF 20 Km Championships
Conner Mantz wins the 2022 USATF 20-K Championships in New Haven, Conn., in 59:08 (photo by Jane Monti for Race Results Weekly)

The following are the results from the 2024 BolderBOULDER 10-K – World Athletics Label Road Race – held in Boulder, Colorado, on Memorial Day, Monday, 27 May. Conner Mantz repeated as champion in the men’s race, while defending women’s champion Emily Durgin had to settle for fourth this time.

After a closely contested race on the men’s side, Paris 2024 Olympic bound Mantz of USA pulled away from Yemane Haileselassie of Eritrea to successfully defend his title, posting 29:13. Haileselassie crossed the line at 29:15 with another American, Sam Chelanga, taking third with 29:22.

Read more: USA’s Emily Durgin finishes fifth at TCS Toronto Waterfront Marathon; Top results

The women’s race was won by Grace Loibach Nawowuna of Kenya who clocked 32:46 to beat Siranesh Yirga (33:20) of Ethiopia, Anahi Alvarez (33:26) of Mexico and defending champion Emily Durgin (33:35).

Information from Race Results Weekly used in this article.

2024 BolderBOULDER 10-K Results

BolderBOULDER 10-K Elite Women’s Race

1. Grace Loibach Nawowuna, KEN, 32:46
2. Siranesh Yirga, ETH, 33:20
3. Anahi Alvarez, MEX, 33:26
4. Emily Durgin, USA, 33:35 ($3500)
5. Birhan Mulugojam, ETH, 33:49 ($1500)
6. Makena Morley, USA, 33:50 ($2000)
7. Sarah Naibei, KEN, 33:54 ($850)
8. Carrie Verdon, USA, 33:55 ($1200)
9. Daisy Kimeli, KEN, 34:31 ($600)
10. Sara Hall (40+), USA, 34:36 ($500)
11. Nell Rojas, USA, 35:03 ($400)
12. Yumi Yoshikawa, JPN, 35:44 ($500)
13. Asnakesh Awoke, ETH, 35:49 ($400)
14. Miku Hirashima, JPN, 36:08 ($300)
15. Sara Vaughn, USA, 36:33 ($300)

BolderBOULDER 10-K Elite Men’s Race

1. Conner Mantz, USA, 29:13
2. Yemane Haileselassie, ERI, 29:15
3. Sam Chelanga, USA, 29:22
4. Reuben Mosip, KEN, 29:31
5. Biya Simbassa, USA, 29:38
6. Milkesa Mengesha, ETH, 29:39
7. Clayton Young, USA, 29:39
8. Reed Fischer, USA, 29:42
9. Raymond Magut, KEN, 30:04
10. Josphat Too, KEN, 30:16
11. Tsegay Tuemay, ERI, 30:19
12. Abraham Herdandez, MEX, 30:40
13. Alene Belay, ETH, 30:48
14. Jared Ward, USA, 32:06
15. Tesfu Tewelde, ERI, 32:30

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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