Spc. Hilllary Bor, 26, of Fort Carson, Colorado, and Spc. Emmanuel Bor, 28, of Fort Bliss, Texas, led the men in the Armed Forces race. 2nd Lt. Trevor Lafontaine (34:09) of Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri placed fourth, Spc. Julius Bor, 29, of Fort Carson, finished fifth in 34:18, and eighth-place finisher Jose Campos (35:02) of Fort Bliss, Texas, completed the All-Army men's scoring.

Those five Soldiers compiled 20 points for the All-Army men, who were followed by All-Navy (52), All-Marine Corps (76) and All-Air Force (90) in the Armed Forces race. The Soldiers also won the men's national team championship in the open division. The All-Navy men finished second.

Navy Lt. Gina Slaby (38:47) of Fleet Logistics Center Puget Sound in Bremerton, Washington, won the Armed Forces women's race with a time of 38:47. Sgt. Caroline Jepleting of Kaiserslautern, Germany, finished second in 39:03.

Pfc. Susan Tanui (fourth in 40:10) of Fort Riley, Kansas; Capt. Meghan Curran (fifth in 40:29) of Fort Devens, Massachusetts; and Spc. Caroline Karunde (ninth in 41:45) of Grafenwoehr, Germany, completed the scoring for the All-Army women. They won the Armed Forces division with 20 points, followed by All-Air Force (33), All-Navy (38) and All-Marine Corps (56).

The All-Army Sports Program is open to active duty, National Guard and Reserve Soldiers of high military bearing who have completed Basic Combat Training and Individual Entry Training or Officer Candidates School.

"It is a great organization that enables Soldier-athletes to participate in events beyond their home duty station," Tanui said. "It does a really good job of letting individuals realize their capabilities and what they can contribute."

Athlete applications are accepted 90 days prior to each sport season. Coaching applications are accepted 60 days prior to each sport season. More details and applications are available at www.allarmysports.armymwr.com.