The countdown is on for the Broad Street Run 10-Miler on May 3, 2020!

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Results and Awards

Your race results are typically available shortly after you cross the finish line on May 5, 2019.

You can also check philly.com for official results the Monday after the race.

You may view your results from 1981 through last year in our searchable database to verify if you are considered a tenured runner.

Awards

The Blue Cross Broad Street Run awards over $27,000 in prize money every year. The awards ceremony begins at approximately 9:30 a.m. in the Navy Yard. All prize money winners must report to the stage area to complete verification forms before acceptance.

Open division prizes

  • 1st Place Male and Female: $3,000 and award
  • 2nd Place Male and Female: $1,500 and award
  • 3rd Place Male and Female: $1,000 and award
  • 4th Place Male and Female: $750 and award
  • 5th Place Male and Female: $500 and award

All Open division awards are given on race day.

American prizes (for U.S. citizens)

  • 1st Place Male and Female $500 and award
  • 2nd Place Male and Female $400 and award
  • 3rd Place Male and Female $300 and award
  • 4th Place Male and Female $200 and award
  • 5th Place Male and Female $100 and award

You must provide proof of citizenship. First place winners will receive their award during the ceremony. Second through fifth place winners will receive their awards in the mail.

Masters division prizes

  • 1st Place Male and Female $500 and award
  • 2nd Place Male and Female $400 and award
  • 3rd Place Male and Female $300 and award
  • 4th Place Male and Female $200 and award
  • 5th Place Male and Female $100 and award

First place winners will receive their award during the ceremony. Second through fifth place winners will receive their awards in the mail.

Open and Masters Wheelchair Division

  • 1st Place Male and Female $500 and award
  • 2nd Place Male and Female $400 and award
  • 3rd Place Male and Female $300 and award
  • 4th Place Male and Female $200 and award
  • 5th Place Male and Female $100 and award

All winners will receive their award during the ceremony.

Rules for qualifying for an award

In accordance with USATF rules, the official time for awarding prize money will be the gun time (official start), not the net time (when you cross the starting line) for each runner. Prize winners will need to provide their current USATF membership numbers within 30 days after the race to receive their prize money. Checks will be issued to prize winners within 30 days after the verification forms have been submitted. A USATF number is not required for wheelchair participants*.

Independence Cup

The Independence Cup is a trophy, engraved with the names of the winners from the past 38 years. It will be presented to the top male, female, and wheelchair division winners. The cup is on permanent display inside the lobby of the G. Fred DiBona, Jr. Building at Independence Blue Cross headquarters at 1901 Market Street in Philadelphia, PA.

Age Group Awards

(Age group awards will be mailed in 2019)

The first five men and the first five women in the following age divisions receive awards:

  • 16 and under
  • 17 to 20
  • 21 to 24
  • 25 to 29
  • 30 to 34
  • 35 to 39
  • 40 to 44
  • 45 to 49
  • 50 to 54
  • 55 to 59
  • 60 to 64
  • 65 to 69
  • 70 to 74
  • 75 to 79
  • 80 and over

Age group awards are not presented on race day and will be mailed all winners.

Richard Lagocki Memorial Awards

The Richard Lagocki Memorial Awards are presented to the first Philadelphia residents+ in the Open Male, Open Female, Open Male Wheelchair, and Open Female Wheelchair Divisions. Prize money in the amount of $250 is awarded to each winner.

Past winners

Year      
2000   Rick McGarry Andrea Niggemeier
2001   Rick McGarry Andrea Niggemeier
2002   Bob Schwelm Abby Dean
2003   Matt DiPretore Abby Dean
2004   Matt Byrne Andrea Niggemeier
2005   Tom Haxton Veena Reddy
2006   Tom Haxton Emily Kroshus
2007   Macharia Yuot Renee Gunning
2008   Tom Haxton Abby Dean
2009   Tom Haxton Sheila Klick
2010   Gregory Bielecki Emily McGregor
2011   Gregory Bielecki Claire Hewitt
2012   Gregory Bielecki Abby Dean
2013   Paul Matuszak Lauren Kelly
2014   Geraint Davies Catherine Campbell
2015   Stephen Schelander Claire Hewitt
2016   Justin Garrard Jessica Fragola
2017   Patrick Richie Margaret Vido
2018   Duriel Hardy Margaret Vido

Course records

A $1,000 bonus will be paid to any male or female runner who betters an existing course record.

Division Year Name Time
Men 2007 Patrick Cheruiyot 45:14ǂ
Women 1999 Catherine Ndereba 53:07
Master Men 2002 Andrey Kuznetsov 50:13
Master Women 1992 Sandra Mewett 57:56
Wheelchair Open Men 2007 Tony Nogueira 32:05
Wheelchair Open Women 2001 Jessica Galli 39:59
Wheelchair Master Men 2008 Tony Nogueira 33:52
Wheelchair Master Women 2008 Jacqui Kapinowski 49:19

*Push-rim wheelchair competitors only. Participants using hand-crank bicycles are not permitted in this event or eligible for prizes.

+Proof of residency is required.

ǂBest 10-mile time ever recorded in the United States.