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The Manhattan Beach 10K Celebrates Its 41st Year

Kalley Aman

A graduate of Lewis and Clark Law School, Kalley Aman has served as an attorney at Buchalter in Los Angeles for more than 16 years. An avid runner who has participated in various races, Kalley Aman has competed in the Manhattan Beach 10K (MB10K) since 2011.

First held in 1978, the Manhattan Beach 10K is an annual nonprofit event that raises funds for fitness-related causes and scholarships in Manhattan Beach, California. Each year, thousands of runners take part in the race, which features a scenic course that meanders through Manhattan Beach and along the sandy Pacific coast before ending at the iconic Manhattan Beach Pier.
In 2018, MB10K was held on the morning of October 6. The family-oriented event featured 3,400 runners ranging in age from 6 to 91 years old. Over 2,800 participants finished the 6.2-mile course, including the top Manhattan Beach female and male finishers, 22-year-old Abby Hong and 17-year-old Thomas Velvin. The overall winner was Stewart Hartwell of Redondo Beach.
With the 41st Annual MB10K in the books, event organizers are already looking ahead to the 2019 race, which will take place October 5 beginning at 7:30 am. More information about the event is available at

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