LIVE ONLINE RESULTS: Run Fasta, Eat Pasta 5K

Saturday, April 27, 2019
11 a.m.
Manhattan, Kan.


(Note: Live Results are active as runners begin finishing on race morning)

Recent Race Results

BRIDGE 2 BRIDGE 5K (Topeka, Kan; April 13)
PDF: Male Overall | Female Overall | Age Groups

5K: Overall | Male Overall | Female Overall | Age Groups
Half Marathon: Overall | Male Overall | Female Overall | Age Groups
Marathon: Overall | Male Overall | Female Overall | Age Groups
Wheelchair Marathon: Overall

We're all about Runners! provides information on area running events, race results, and services for the running community. It is managed by the Manhattan Cross Country Club, which promotes age-appropriate distance running to encourage lifetime fitness and health.  The Club is supported by private donations, grants, and fundraising.



The Manhattan Cross Country Club was formed in Fall, 2004 to encourage age-appropriate distance running for youth as a means to lifetime fitness and health. Read more...

ALSO SEE: 2018 Practice Schedule | Info for Parents | 2018 Membership Application | Online Signup

Past Race Results (2018)

Saturday, October 20
KSHSAA Class 6A Manhattan Regional Cross Country
Race-by-Race Results


Topeka City Championships (Oct. 6)
Hosted by Seaman High School, North Shawnee Community Park
Race-by-Race results


Kansas State University Homecoming 5K
Sunday, October 7
Live Results
Also see: Male Students | Female Students | Male Non-Students | Female Non-Students | Results by Pairing


Centennial League Middle School X-C Championships (Sept. 28)
Hosted by Junction City Middle School at Lake Milford
Race-by-Race Results


Seaman High School X-C Invitational (Sept. 29)
Topeka, Kan.
Race-by-Race Results


Junction City High School X-C Invitational (Sept. 29)
Lake Milford
Race-by-Race Results


Shawnee County Suicide Prevention 5K Run/Walk (Sept. 15, 2018, Topeka, Kan.)
Overall Results | Age Groups


More race results

Body First School Fitness Challenge

The 2018 Body First School Fitness Challenge was cancelled due to heavy rains in the Manhattan area on October 6. However, more than $10,000 has been awarded to participating schools based on the students registered for the event. This year's awards bring the 10-year total of funds to area schools to $90,000, made possible by generous support of the title sponsor, Body First Health and Wellness, and many more local sponsors.

Below is a summary of awards sent to each eligible school. For a breakdown of how the funds were awarded to each school, click on this file.

Amanda Arnold Elementary -- $1,265
Bergman Elementary -- $815
Bluemont Elementary -- $665
Flint Hills Christian -- $1265
Lee Elementary -- $1015
Manhattan Catholic -- $785
Marlatt Elementary -- $1015
Northview Elementary -- $665
St. George Elementary -- $765
Theodore Roosevelt Elementary -- $765
Wamego West Elementary -- $385
Woodrow Wilson Elementary -- $615

The mission of the Body First School Fitness Challenge is to provide support and money to K-8 schools in Manhattan and the surrounding area to assist with fitness-related activities or equipment.  Children register through their school in the fall and choose which distance they would like to run. Schools are awarded money based on total number of students participating, and the percentage of students participating.

Information on the 2019 Body First School Fitness Challenge will be announced on this website when it becomes available.