Eritrean men, Ethiopean women win International Team Challenges; Flanagan and Quigley are first USA finishers - BOULDER, Colo. (May 26, 2014) – BolderBOULDER, America’s All-Time Best 10K, today announced that 52,115 walkers, joggers and runners registered for the 2014 race and 45,828 racers crossed the finish line this Memorial Day. The registration and finisher numbers do not reflect the additional 2,600 service men and women that participated in BolderBOULDER military satellite races around the world.
“We knew going into today that we had registration numbers close to 50,000 and then we registered an additional 1,100 runners on race day, making it the third largest race day registration in the history of the BolderBOULDER,” said race director Cliff Bosley.
Scott Dahlberg, 29, from Fort Collins, Colo. won the men’s citizen’s race with a time of 30 minutes, 50 seconds and Sarah Crouch, 24, from South Lake Tahoe, Calif. won the women’s race with a time of 35:12.
Following the BolderBOULDER road race was the International Team Challenge. The BolderBOULDER established the International Team Challenge in 1998 and it includes professional runners from all over the world that compete on three-person teams in a team by country format, for one of the largest non-marathon prize purse races in the country. This year’s total prize purse is valued at $145,240 before bonuses.