Thanks to everyone who made the Hustle a huge success!
We’d deeply grateful for the support of our wonderful sponsors who provided funding, prizes, volunteers and more. Their support helped make the Hustle one of the year’s best community events in the South Bronx.
The 6th Annual Hunts Point Hustle was generously sponsored by: Coca-Cola, Waste Management, Sims Metal Management, Action Environmental, Apex Engineering
Race and raffle prizes provided by: JetBlue, Patagonia, ABC Kitchen, Ceetay, Bruckner Bar & Grill, Bronx Zoo
Food provided by: Reyes Produce, New York Produce, PowerBar
Food prepared by: Wildcat Academy
Media sponsors were: News 12 The Bronx and The Bronx Free Press.
And the winners of the Hunts Point Hustle are . . .
Top male finisher Jonah Blumstin (16:49)
Top female finisher Denise Mazzeo (16:57)
Winners by age category
Age 0 – 5: Male, Zenchi Sun, 49:05; Female, Bethania Griffen, 59:04.
Age 6 – 9: Male, Sun Zenchang, 40:38; Female, Jailyn Flores, 43:28.
Age 10 – 13: Jacob Whitfeld, 48:17.
Age 14 – 19: Male, Victor Duran, 20:40; Female, Brenda Doctor, 25:36.
Age 30 – 39: Male, Chris Solanz, 17:36; Female, Mandy Deroche, 25:09.27.
Age 40 – 49: Male, Angelo Domenech, 19:26; Female, Nicole Sin Quee, 19:27.
Age 50 – 59: Male, Hipolito Almonte, 20:23; Female, Sandra Villegas, 37:54
60-plus: Male, Angel Martinez, 24:11; Female, Patricia Perlo, 32:09.13
Most Senior Runner: Herbert Persky, 51:43 (age 80)
For a complete list of finishers and times, click here.
The Hunts Point Hustle 5K started at 10 am at Hunts Point Riverside Park and ended at Barretto Point Park, where 264 runners crossed the finish line. After the race, participants, family, friends and members of the community gathered for a beautiful, sun-filled day of food, fitness and fun. Guest of Honor State Assemblyman Marcos Crespo announced the race and raffle winners. People joined in for a free Zumba class led by Xavier Marzan, yoga by Amy Moran of South Bronx Yoga and a mini boot camp by Blink Fitness. Kids painted pumpkins, made butterflies with Bronx Children’s Museum and played outdoor games provided by NYC Parks. The solar-powered band Solar Punch did music demos. The day closed with Bobby Sanabria and his Quarteto Ache playing, with the sun sinking into the Bronx River behind the stage.