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Celebrate the Champions: Boilermaker 15K and 5K Race results

UTICA, NY - Official 2015 Boilermaker Road Race results are in! 15K: The Boilermaker 2015 15K men's champ is Eliud Ngetich of Kenya with an un-official time of 43:30. Watch his interview here. The

Posted: May 23, 2016 1:05 PM
Updated: Oct 24, 2017 4:01 PM

UTICA, NY - Official 2015 Boilermaker Road Race results are in!


15K:


The Boilermaker 2015 15K men's champ is Eliud Ngetich of Kenya with an un-official time of 43:30. Watch his interview here.


The women's 15K champ is Mary Wacera, a previous winner, with a time of 48:49.


Full official race results here.




WHEELCHAIR:


The men's winner of the Boilermaker 2015 Wheelchair Race is Josh Cassidy of Canada with an un-official time of 32:51. He is a professional wheelchair racer with multiple wins across the world. This is his second Boilermaker win in three years. Congratulations! Watch his interview here


The women's winner is Amanda McGrory, a four-time winner! Watch her interview here.  Congratulations!


Full official Wheelchair Race results available here


5K:


Huge congrats go out to Kelan McKenna, age 18, of New Hartford, for this third win in a row! Watch his interview here


Jordan Sirtoli, 24, also of New Hartford, comes in second place, and Ryan O'Rourke, 17, of Boonville, comes in third. 


Full official 5K results here




Congratulations to all participants! 


 


Here are the all-time bests throughout past years. 



And here are the past champions!






And what do they all win?



And they win that for going how fast?



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