LONDONDERRY — The Lundgren 5K, part of Londonderry Old Home Day, is one of the oldest races in the state.
Hundeds of runners turned out to compete in the 33rd race Saturday. The runners took off from the Londonderry Grange Hall on Mammoth Road, then looped through Peabody Row and Buttrick Road before heading back to the place they started.
Kevin Balster, 27, took the men’s title in 15:56. He also took last year’s title.
For the women, Mira Corey-Hatch, 20, of Laconia crossed the finish line first in 19:32.
For a complete listing of the nearly 300 runners and their times, visit lancertiming.com.