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Winners Announced for Norton Sports Health Great Pumpkin 10K

Louisville, Ky. – September 22, 2018 – With nearly 1,300 registered participants, the Norton Sports Health Great Pumpkin 10K went off this morning under cool and cloudy conditions. The Great Pumpkin 10K was held in The Parklands of Floyds Fork; it is the second race in the Louisville Sports Commission’s three-race Fall Runathon Series.

Adam Togami of New Albany, Ind., won the men’s division in a time of 34:54.57, ahead of second-place finisher Brandon Page of Louisville, Ky., who clocked a time 38:37.72. Brittany Busse of Tell City, Ind., won the women’s division in 39:09.02 beating Sarah Schuster of Louisville, Ky., who finished in 41:05.94.

The top finishers in the 2018 Norton Sports Health Great Pumpkin 10K:

MEN’S DIVISION

  • First Place: Adam Togami of New Albany, Ind., with a time of 34:54.57
  • Second Place: Brandon Page of Louisville, Ky., with a time of 38:37.72
  • Third Place: John Alegnani of Louisville, Ky., with a time of 39:42.72

WOMEN’S DIVISION

  • First Place: Brittany Busse of Tell City, Ind., with a time of 39:09.02
  • Second Place: Sarah Schuster of Louisville, Ky., with a time of 41:05.94
  • Third Place: Jaime Alegnani of Louisville, Ky., with a time of 43:41.47

Complete race results can be found by clicking HERE.

Contributing sponsors of the 2018 Norton Sports Health Great Pumpkin 10K are: Norton Sports Health, Louisville Water Company, Academy Sports + Outdoors, Bandy Carroll Hellige, Dean’s Milk, Outfront Media, Sternberg Truck & Van Rental, USA Image, vitaminewater active and WDRB Media

Race support was provided by Norton Sports Health and Louisville Water Company.

The Norton Sports Health Great Pumpkin 10K is the second race of the Louisville Sports Commission Fall Runathon, a series of three fall running races that provides unique courses and quality experiences for runners and walkers. The series began with the Louisville pure tap® 5K on Sept. 8 and concludes with the Urban Bourbon Half Marathon on Oct. 20, which starts and ends in downtown Louisville, and winds through the fall foliage of Cherokee Park, one of Louisville’s most scenic parks.