The world’s fastest 10k on the roads was run this morning in New York City, Phonex Kipruto clocked 27:08
Kenya’s Phonex Kipruto, just 18 clocked the fastest 10K on the roads in the world over the last 12 months and runs the fastest time ever on US soil. He ran 27:08 in New York City this morning at the UAE Healthy Kidney 10K. This is an annual race organized by the New York Road Runners, with support from the UAE Embassy in Washington, DC, to benefit the National Kidney Foundation. Phonex hit the 5K mark in 13:38, 8K at 21:43. His second 5k was run eight seconds faster than his first. Mathew Kimeli placed second in 27:19. Buze Diriba (ETH) out sprinted Aselefech Mergia (ETH) to win the women's race by one second. Her time was 32:04.
posted Sunday April 29th