Hundreds of runners from across Fort Bragg and surrounding communities took part in this year’s Army Ten Miler.

Several local teams finished on the podium of the annual event, which draws tens of thousands of competitors to Washington.

This year’s race, which was Oct. 7, was the 34th annual event and included 35,000 registered runners from across the United States and foreign nations.

The Fort Bragg Women’s Team — comprised of Jamie Henry, Claudia McNally, Allison Corbo and Jeannie Huh — finished first in their division, with a total time of 4:29:25.

A team of chief warrant officer 5s from U.S. Army Special Operations Command also topped their division, with a time of 5:53:44. The team included Jeffery Burmeister, David Holton, Stephen Dayspring and Dennis Castellanos.

Other local teams also finished in the top three for their divisions.

The Fort Bragg Men’s Team finished second, with a total time of 3:49:08. The team included Jarrod Riley, John Phillips, Nathan Swaim and Trestin January.

A team of USASOC sergeant majors placed third in their division. The team included Lionel Strong, Curt Donaldson, Chad Peters and Billy Webb.