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Hehir Breaks Course Record and Ngige Improves Time to Take the Titles at 2018 EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler

Martin Hehir, 25, of Philadelphia, PA broke the event record with a time of 46 minutes, 48 seconds in the men’s race. Monicah Ngige, 24, of Kenya improved upon her 2017 performance, clocking 52:06, to easily win the 2018 women’s division. Read more

2018 EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler Attracts Top Athletes from Around the World

The EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler will return to the streets of the Steel City on Sunday, Nov. 4. A deep field of top American and international professional athletes will compete for a $26,200 guaranteed prize purse, including a $4,000 prize for each race champion. Read more

Road Racing Star Stephen Sambu and Top U.S. Marathoner Kellyn Taylor Headline Deep Fields at 2018 EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler

Kenya’s Stephen Sambu and top U.S. marathoner Kellyn Taylor will headline the professional athlete fields at the sixth annual EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler. Scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 4, the race offers a $26,200 prize purse, including $4,000 for each race champion. Read more

New Course Announced for 2018 EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler

Pittsburgh Three Rivers Marathon (P3R) announced a new course for the 2018 EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler, scheduled for Sunday, Nov. 4. For the first time, race participants will run past Pittsburgh’s iconic sports stadiums, including Heinz Field and PNC Park, during the 10-mile road race. Read more

Diriba Defends Title with Three-Peat and Mkungo Comes Up Big in Debut at 2017 EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler

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Panuel Mkungo, 23, of Kenya continued his streak of podium finishes in 2017 by breaking the tape in 47 minutes, 3 seconds in a thrilling men’s race. Buze Diriba, 23, of Ethiopia won the women’s division, clocking 52:11 to become the first three-peat event winner. Read more

P3R Announces Road Closures for the 2017 EQT Pittsburgh 10 Miler

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The race will start on West Carson Street near Station Square. The course continues through the West End, North Side, Strip District, and Downtown before finishing in front of EQT Plaza on Liberty Avenue. Road closures will take place from 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 5. Read more