Scenes from the 2023 OneAmerica Mini-Marathon



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Anna Roher was the top female finisher. The Carmel resident finished with a race time of 1:11:31.
“I’m incredibly grateful. I’ve had a lot of ups and downs in the past six years, and this is a good steppingstone in the right direction,” Rohrer said. (Photo by Edward Redd)


Carmel resident Anna Roher emerged as the top female finisher of the 2023 OneAmerica Indianapolis Mini-Marathon, completing the annual half-marathon with a race time of 1:11:31. Panuel Mkungo secured first place with a time of 1:01:44, followed by Curtis Eckstein in second place with a time of 1:04:14, and Stan Linton in third place with a time of 1:04:50. The event featured a course through downtown Indianapolis and received great support from the community, volunteers, and vendors. Overall, the event marked another successful and highly anticipated edition of the annual marathon.

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OneAmerica Mini-Marathon’s top three finishers are, from left, third place, Stan Linton, with a time of 1:04:50; first place, Panuel Mkungo, with a time of 1:01:44; and second place, Curtis Eckstein, with a time of 1:04:14. (Photo by Edward Redd)
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Second-place finisher Curtis Eckstein, an Indianapolis resident, was ranked No. 1 in Indiana.
“I wasn’t expecting it to go that way. I thought I was going to be fifth or sixth,” Eckstein said. “I got out there, raced and competed and started right off with second and third place, then ran miles ahead. I felt good enough to make a move and went for it.” (Photo by Edward Redd)
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Race Director Glenn Amos with his wife and children. From left, Griffin Amos, Glenn Amos, Graham Amos, and Jeanne Amos
“The event has gone amazingly well,” Glenn Amos said. “We had beautiful weather, great support from the community, volunteers and vendors. It’s been a good community gathering of individuals to make everything happen for the 20,000 plus people that were participating.” (Photo by Edward Redd)
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From left, Devin Courtney with OneAmerica Mini-Marathon’s first female announcer Carissa Galloway and Michael James.
“This is a fantastic race,” Galloway said. “It’s so great to see the city come out and support them. Twenty thousand athletes is a big number. It’s amazing to see that many people out there pushing themselves, striving to be a healthier and fitter version of themselves.” (Photo by Edward Redd)