Biwot & Hinds Win Bermuda International 10k

January 15, 2011

[Updated] Kenya’s Shadrack Biwot successfully defended his Bermuda International 10K title when he ran away from the field this morning [Jan 15], while Korene Hinds of Jamaica won the Female race. We will update with full results as able.

This weekend more than 620 people are participating in Invitational Mile, the Bermuda 10K and 10K Walk, the 2011 Bermuda Half Marathon, and the Bermuda Triangle Challenge. You can view coverage of last night’s Front Street Mile here.

Biwot crossed the line in a time of 30:28, while Phillip Lagat finished second in 30:58 and Kemsa Magersa was third in 30:59. Chris Estwanik was fourth overall clocking 31:08, while Sean Trott was fifth in 33:39.

Hinds finished 6th overall in a time of 33:56, while Kenia Sinclair was the second female finisher in 8th place with a time of 34:27 and Rolanda Bell was 16th overall and the third female finisher.

Full results below, click ‘Full Screen’ for greater clarity:


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  1. WERE THE NUMBERS DOWN FROM LAST YEAR PLEASE LET US NOW OFF ISLAND THANKS CS

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    • RME says:

      Per Bernews article from January 13th:
      "According to race organizers, this year’s event has recorded the second highest number of overseas entrants since 2004."

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  2. Terry says:

    Irony is Bernews, that not a soul has commented on all the Sports and other subjects you have put up. Sad in many ways. You keep us up to date on so many things but the bitcher and moaners grab a piece when they can.

    Thanks for all your hard work.

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  3. RME says:

    Chris Estwanik was not listed on the attached roster in 4th place as reported. (I know that has nothing to do with you guys) but do you have any idea why his name was omitted? Oversight? Or did he run unofficially without a number? Just curious.

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    • bernews says:

      Thanks, we actually had not picked that up until you said so. Checking into it with our mates at Islandstats.com, it appears there was some issue with Mr Estwanik's 'chip' for the electronic timing, and his name was omitted from the final list.

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  4. BermyGuy says:

    Thx for the great coverage so far Bernews.

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  5. WELL DUNE BERMUDA TO ALL THE STAFF MEMBERS AND HELPERS GREAT JOB!!!!!!

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