TELL Japan

Charity Runathon: Report

Published on May 30, 2017

Sunny skies greeted participants in the 18th edition of the TELL Charity Walk & Run, this year named the Sound Mind, Sound Body Run & Walk working in partnership with Second Harvest Japan.

Yuki Fukushima won the men’s 10K (again!) in 43:16, and Akiko Oda, last year’s 5k winner, won the women’s 10K in 51:00. The women’s 5K winner was Emily Dow, in 26:54, and the men’s winner was Minoru Onodzuka, in 19:55. For the third year in a row, the event took place at the Tama River (Tamagawa) running course, and all proceeds will support TELL and Second Harvest Japan.

Results and times of the top 20 runners for 5k and 10k can be found here. Photos are on the TELL Facebook page.

We would like to thank all the runners and volunteers for their support and look forward to seeing you again next year.

Our extended thanks go out to the event sponsors Morgan Stanley, Allied Pickfords and Amway, plus our prize sponsors Adidas, AESOP, Andaz Tokyo, Club 360, Elana Jade, Chez Vous and Furla Yoga.

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