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Winners Announced for the Norton Sports Health 4-Miler

Louisville, Ky. – Oct. 3, 2023 – With 550 registered participants, the sold-out Norton Sports Health 4-Miler went off Monday evening under clear conditions. The race was held in Iroquois Park with a course that took race participants through the Jack O’Lantern Spectacular trail to the finish line.

Seth Snider-Hayes of Louisville, Ky., won the men’s division in a time of 24:46.45, ahead of second-place finisher Eric Engelbrecht of Louisville, Ky., who clocked a time 25:49.67. Kat Percy of Louisville, Ky., won the women’s division in 27:52.00 beating Laura Berklite of Cincinnati, Ohio, who finished in 31:12.63. Ken Schuck won the non-binary division with a time of 38:37.05.

The top finishers in the 2023 Norton Sports Health 4-Miler:

First Place: Seth Snider-Hayes, Louisville, Ky., with a time of 24:46.45
Second Place: Eric Engelbrecht, Louisville, Ky., with a time of 25:49.67
Third Place: Jaxon Blaine, Frankfort, Ky., with a time of 26:37.15

First Place: Kat Percy, Louisville, Ky., with a time of 27:52.00
Second Place: Lata Berklite, Cincinnati, Ohio, with a time of 31:12.63
Third Place: Erica Heishman, Greenville, Ind., with a time of 31:53.86

Complete race results can be found by clicking HERE

Contributing sponsors of the 2023 Norton Sports Health 4-Miler are: Norton Sports Health, Louisville Water Company, Alpha Media / B96 WZGB, Body Armor and Fleet Feet Louisville.

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

The Norton Sports Health 4-Miler is the second race of the Louisville Sports Commission’s three fall running races that provide unique courses and quality experiences for runners and walkers, while promoting healthy lifestyles for people of all ages and fitness levels. The series began with the Louisville Pure Tap® 5K on Sept. 9 at Shawnee Park, and concludes with the Urban Bourbon Half Marathon on Oct. 14, which starts and finishes in downtown Louisville.