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Baker Hughes 10K – 30 years and still running the show


Broc Drury (Aberdeen AAC) took the male trophy in the 30th year of the Baker Hughes 10K, in a time of 31:38. Fiona Brian ran an impressive 36:15 making her the fastest female. Anthony Stott was the fastest in the wheelchair race in a time of 35:15 and the Chevron team took the corporate team title. Hundreds more also took part in the fun run, Active Schools 2K race and 2K wheelchair race.  

All results are now up and can be viewed online at:

Thousands of spectators lined the streets and cheered on the runners.

Commenting on the festival, Sport Aberdeen’s Business Development Director Jill Franks:

“We are over the moon with the positive response to this year’s race, now in its 30th year. In what is a challenging time for Aberdeen it is heart-warming to see the whole city come together yet again and celebrate such a fantastic and long-standing event.

“I would like to thank Baker Hughes as the main sponsors and look forward to continuing to work with them to bring to this community driven event to Aberdeen.

“Well done to every single person who took part on the day and to everyone who volunteered their time to help make this year’s race another resounding success, we can’t wait to see you all again next year!”.