2014 TCS New York City Marathon champion Mary Keitany, 2015 Boston Marathon champion Caroline Rotich, and two-time IAAF World Marathon Championships gold medalist Edna Kiplagat to lead international competitors - New York, May 21, 2015—Marathon champions Mary Keitany, Caroline Rotich, and Edna Kiplagat, all from Kenya, will lead a distinguished field of professional women representing 10 countries at the 2015 Oakley New York Mini 10K on Saturday, June 13, in Central Park, it was announced today by Peter Ciaccia, president of events for New York Road Runners. Annie Bersagel, competing in her third Oakley New York Mini 10K, will lead the American women.
“We are excited to welcome such an elite field of women from across the globe to the storied history of the Oakley New York Mini 10K, one of NYRR’s most recognizable heritage events,” said Ciaccia, who also serves as the race director of the TCS New York City Marathon. “Our pro field featuring Mary, Caroline, Edna, and Annie will run with thousands of women of all ages and abilities. This race has always been a celebration of the power of women in sport, and this year's edition might be our best ever.”