The ten-mile trek down Broad Street draws seasoned runners and first time racers alike. There's just something about being part of this Philadelphia tradition.
Packs of runners making their way down Broad Street. Go go go!!! pic.twitter.com/f0eXM7DFUx— Katherine Scott (@KScott6abc) May 7, 2017
The race began at 8 a.m. at West Fischer in Olney.
From there, the crowds traveled south, passing through neighborhoods, by city landmarks, toward the finish line at the Navy Yard.
From the water stops to the signs and voices, the cheers helped fuel the runners to the finish line.
She may be little, but she's been giving huge high-fives to the runners passing Broad and Washington! pic.twitter.com/5XB7YqkO13— Katherine Scott (@KScott6abc) May 7, 2017
Some were running for a cause, others for themselves.
I love when runners find their families and friends along the route! In this case, the bunny ears helped! pic.twitter.com/LdM4G4Vh4q— Katherine Scott (@KScott6abc) May 7, 2017
Here are your male and female winners:
23-year-old Dominic Korir of White Plains MD, 47:38
30-year-old Askale Merachi, Bronx NY, 53:49
The full results can be found on the Broad Street Run's website.
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