Thousands Cross Finish Line for Army 10-Miler

Thursday, Oct 13, 2011  |  Updated 1:20 PM EDT
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Runners Combat Road Race in Army 10-Miler

Over 30,000 were registered for the Sunday race.

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Congratulations to the thousands of dedicated runners who completed the Army 10-Miler in Arlington this weekend.

Tesafaye Alemayehu, 27, crossed the line first in 47 minutes and 51 seconds. He was part of a team honoring David Wynne Francis; an Army vet who died last month.

The first woman to finish was Tezata Dengera. Her time was 56 minutes and 35 seconds and 76th overall.

With 30,000 runners registered, the Army 10-miler is considered the third largest 10-miler in the world.
Proceeds from the Army 10-Miler go to MWR, Morale, Welfare and Recreation. The military organization offers leisure services to service members and their families.
 

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