Soldiers, Families and civilians took to the streets Saturday morning for the 20th annual Fort Bragg 10-Miler race, presented by the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation.

More than 1,100 runners participated in this year’s event, which included 10 male and female age divisions as well as male, female and co-ed team divisions.

This year’s overall male finisher was Peter Koskey, from Fayetteville, with a time of 52 minutes, 18 seconds. The overall female finisher was Mary Tramazzo, from Fayetteville with a time of 1:02:08.

Kimberly Tompkins, Fort Bragg 10-Miler Race director, said all finishers received a coin, T-shirt and hat. Medals were awarded to the top finishers of each age group division.

Tompkins said the race doesn’t change much but this year it was held on a Saturday to accommodate more Families.

“We were hoping to get more Soldiers’ Families. In the past a lot of Soldiers came out and we were really trying to incorporate the Families and surrounding communities, to really enforce the recreation and morale and everything we are here for,” Tompkins said.

She said the event was a way to bring people in community together for a fun, friendly competition.

Race results are available by clicking on “2016 Fort Bragg 10-Miler Results” at