Thousands were expected to turn out for this morning's Race for the Cure

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More than 24,000 adults and children were expected to participate in today’s 22nd annual Komen Pittsburgh Race for the Cure in Schenley Park, according to organizers.

List of roads closed for race
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The Mother’s Day event closed various streets within the park and in surrounding Squirrel Hill, beginning at 4 a.m.

The race began at 7:30 a.m. with a Kidsʼ Dash for ages 6 and younger, followed by a 5K chip-timed run, a 5K untimed walk/run and a 1-mile fun walk.

Also, a Survivor Parade and Tribute honored the more than 2,500 breast cancer survivors on site and remember those who have lost their battle to breast cancer.


First Published May 10, 2014 11:40 PM

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