Boston Buildup 10K Gallery

Eric McKnight, center the men's winner, is flanked by Matt Klein, the runner-up, and Geoff Nelson. Photo Credit: Kathryn Stoker
Chris Deming, left, and Stamford's Alejando Pasten hustle toward the finish. Photo Credit: Kathryn Stoker
Runners leave the starting line at Sunday's race. Photo Credit: Kathryn Stoker
Anja Krieger-Redwood of Cos Cob heads to victory in the women's division. Photo Credit: Kathryn Stoker
Allie Glasbane of Darien leads Kevin Barrett in the homestretch of Sunday's race. Photo Credit: Kathryn Stoker
Mary Benson of Wilton happily heads toward the finish line. Photo Credit: Kathryn Stoker
Jeanette Trujillo, right, of Norwalk, Victoria Zacharewicz of Stamford, center, and Catherine Kapustynski of Darien run. Photo Credit: Kathryn Stoker
Heidi Ball, right, and Felipe Gonzalez-Gordon run toward the finish. Photo Credit: Kathryn Stoker
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NORWALK, Conn. – A record number of runners hit the streets of Norwalk in ideal conditions for the opening leg of the Boston Buildup XXXIV Winter Series Sunday morning at Brien McMahon High School.

A total of 418 runners crossed the finish line in the 10-kilometer (6.2-mile) race. The times were fast, too, as Eric McKnight of Newtown won in 31:48, the second-fastest time in the race’s long history. Only Mike Cotton’s time of 31:01, set in 1981, was faster.

The 2011 winner Matt Klein of Trumbull followed him across the finish line in 32:07, while Geoff Nelson of New ...
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