Bay to Breakers 2010 Results, Photos: Lineth Chepkurui and Sammy Kitwara Win 99th Annual

Lineth Chepkurui has a record for Women: 38:07. She’s the Winner of the 99th Annual ING Bay to Breakers footrace. Congratulations!

Here she is, as captured today by Stuart of Caliber SF.

(Note: This post isn’t the place to come for nude photos, or pics of beefcake. BEEFCAKE! Six pack!!! Nor is it about the hot dog vs. spaceman dance-off, no no. Moving on…)

And here’s the runner with the fastest time today – Sammy Kitwara, 34:15. As seen trucking up Fell Street:

First Human Centipede (to GGP), Male, LinkedIn:

First Human Centipede (to GGP), Female, UC Davis Aggies:

First Costumed runner, Tommy the Pink Gorilla:

First Na’vi:

First Naked Guy:

Best Costume, Redcoats (Is there a Jim Gilchrist Minuteman reference in here?):

Congratulations to all the runners, walkers and rollers!

See you next year, the 100th Annual in 2011.

Race Results, after the jump


2010 Women’s Results – Open Field
Place Name Age Hometown Time Bib #
1 Lineth Chepkurui 22 Kenya 38:07 1
2 Emily Chebet 24 Kenya 38:41 2
3 Mamitu Daska 26 Ethiopia 39:34 5
4 Jelliah Tinega 24 Kenya 40:14 6
5 Caroline Rotich 26 Kenya 40:37 8
6 Jane Kibii 25 Kenya 41:05 4
7 Magdalena Lewy-Boulet 36 Oakland, CA 41:39 3
8 Kate O’Neill 29 Palo Alto, CA 41:52 10
9 Annie Bersagel 27 Stanford, CA 41:57 14
10 Clara Horowitz-Peterson 26 San Anselmo, CA 42:16 12
11 Nina Rillstone 35 New Zealand 42:19 7
12 Laura Bennett 35 Boulder, CO 43:37 16
13 Kassi Andersen 26 Provo, UT 43:53 9
14 Brooke Wells 25 San Francisco, CA 44:15 11
15 Emily Potter 31 Southern Pines, NV 44:39 222

2010 Men’s Results – Open Field
Place Name Age Hometown Time Bib #
1 Sammy Kitwara 23 Kenya 34:15 21
2 Peter Kirui 22 Kenya 34:15 24
3 Tilahun Regassa 20 Ethiopia 35:30 23
4 Tesfaye Sendeku 26 Ethiopia 35:59 32
5 Ridouane Harroufi 28 Morocco 35:55 26
6 Scotty Bauhs 24 Mammoth Lakes, CA 35:55 27
7 Simon Ndirangu 24 Kenya 36:14 29
8 Gilbert Okari 31 Kenya 36:14 28
9 James Kipketer 33 Kenya 36:37 30
10 Josh Moen 28 Readlyn, IA 36:47 31
11 Jeff Eggleston 25 Flagstaff, AZ 36:51 34
12 Valentine Orare 27 Kenya 37:10 33
13 Greg Bennett 38 Australia 37:16 36
14 Brad Poore 31 Davis, CA 37:56 37
15 Charlie Serrano 30 San Mateo, CA 37:59 366

Top American Woman
Place Name Age Hometown Time Bib #
1 Magdalena Lewy-Boulet 36 Oakland, CA 41:40 3

Top American Man
Place Name Age Hometown Time Bib #
1 Scotty Bauhs 24 Mammoth Lakes, CA 35:55 27

Top Bay Area Woman
Place Name Age Hometown Time Bib #
1 Magdalena Lewy-Boulet 36 Oakland, CA 41:40 3

Top Bay Area Man
Place Name Age Hometown Time Bib #
1 Charlie Serrano 30 San Mateo, CA 37:59 366

First Woman To Reach Top Of Hayes Street Hill
Place Name Age Hometown Time Bib #
 Lineth Chepkurui 22 Kenya  1

First Man To Reach Top Of Hayes Street Hill
Place Name Age Hometown Time Bib #
 Sammy Kitwara 23 Kenya  21

Men’s “Human Centipede”
Name Time
LinkedIn Centipede 37:58
Asics Aggies Men 38:39
PamaKids Centipede 52:22

Women’s “Human Centipede”
Name Time
Asics Aggies Women 48:44
Impalas 50:16

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7 Responses to “Bay to Breakers 2010 Results, Photos: Lineth Chepkurui and Sammy Kitwara Win 99th Annual”

  1. [...] that someone can go and run naked in the event, then you’re right. More photos can be found here. To receive free updates from Showbiz Gossips, you may enter your e-mail below and confirm your [...]

  2. [...] ING Bay to Breakers 2010 Results 17 May 2010 2 views No Comment About 75,000 people have joined in the 99th ING Bay to Breakers which comprised of runners, walkers and party enthusiasts.  The race covered a distance of 12 kms or seven and a half miles.  The event took place yesterday morning, May 16th, in San Francisco, CA.  It started from the San Francisco Bay to the breakers of the Pacific Ocean.  Participants can be seen baring their skin in different variations. Lineth Chepkurui for women’s category and Sammy Kitwara for men’s category are the winners for 2010.  Chepkurui finished with a time of 38:07 while Kitwara won with a timing of 34:15. See more results here. Sammy Kitwara And here are more photos of the participants: male human centipede female human centipede Tommy the Pink Gorilla Na'vi Congratulations to the winners, runners and walkers! Sources: Bay to Breakers 2010: Sammy Kitwara, Lineth Chepkurui win race, full results ING Bay to Breakers – Race Results Bay to Breakers 2010 Results, Photos: Lineth Chepkurui and Sammy Kitwara Win 99th Annual [...]

  3. How about total results for everyone in the race. They were published last year and were interesting because you could see how you did against others in your age group. I’m 77 years old.

  4. sfcitizen says:

    Congrats.

    You know. I think the Examiner pulishes the top 10,000 finishers but I didn’t see that issue this year.

    http://www.universalsports.com/news/article/newsid=460604.html

    thx.

  5. Hans Schmid says:

    Yes, where are the full results for us ordinary runners???????

  6. [...] Dónde: San Francisco, California Cuándo: Tercer domingo de mayo Qué: Aunque inocentemente fundada en 1906 para mantener el ánimo de la gente después del gigantesco terremoto, la carrera a pie de siete kilómetros ha ido evolucionado hasta convertirse en una carrera de barril de siete millas y fiesta de disfraces. Así que, básicamente, San Francisco se convierte en una gran fiesta por un día. Vía: sfcitizen.com [...]

  7. [...] Dónde: San Francisco, California Cuándo: Tercer domingo de mayo Qué: Aunque inocentemente fundada en 1906 para mantener el ánimo de la gente después del gigantesco terremoto, la carrera a pie de siete kilómetros ha ido evolucionado hasta convertirse en una carrera de barril de siete millas y fiesta de disfraces. Así que, básicamente, San Francisco se convierte en una gran fiesta por un día. Vía: sfcitizen.com [...]